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      Latin American Art Songs

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      José Cura

      José Cura

      Fiesta explores the world of Latin American art songs on this program.  We will feature vocal music accompanied by strings, piano, guitar and orchestra. Including the voice of Anna Netrebko, José Cura, and Margarita Pruneda.

      Playlist:

      Carlos Guastavino (Argentina, 1912-2000)

      La rosa y el sauce

      Anna Netrebko

      Deutsche Grammopohon 0289 477 7638 3

      2:31

       

      Carlos Guastavino (Lyrics by Rafael Alberti)

      -Anhelo

      -La rosa y el sauce

      -Se equivocó la paloma
      José Cura, tenor

      Conducted & arranged by José Cura.

      Erato 423138

      1:37

      3:04

      2:28

       

      Carlos Guastavino

      -El Sampedrino

      Teresa Berganza

      Juan Antonio Alvarez Parejo, piano

      Claves D8401

      3:42

       

      Carlos Guastavino

      (Lyrics by José María de Quevedo)

      Sonetos de amor y muerte

      José Cura, tenor & conductor

      Erato 423138

      5:49

       

      Claudio Santoro (Brazil, 1919-1989)

      (Lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes)

      -A Mais Dolorosa Das Histórias

      -Ouve o Silêncio

      -Acalanto Da Rosa

      -Alma Perdida

      -Em Algum Lugar

      Intérprete: Aldo Baldin
      Piano: Lilian Barretto

      NM 214298

       

      Mozart Camargo Guarnieri (Brazil, 1907 – 1993)
      -Castigo  (Lyrics by Silvio de Oliveira)
      -Meus Pecados (Lyrics by Celso Brant)
      Lia Salgado, soprano

      Camargo Guarnieri, piano

      RCA Brasil 57830 (78rpm)

       

      Mozart Camargo Guarnieri

      Canção Ingênua
      Intérprete: Sandra Félix
      Piano: Scheilla Glaser

      Paulus 2000

      2:54

       

      Luis Cluzeau Mortet (Uruguay, 1888-1957)

      (Lyrics by Fernán Silva Valdés)

      -En la copa de los montes
      Walter Mendeguía, baritone
      Mercedes Olivera, piano

      Tacuabé A2-77-1

      2:01

       

      Luis Cluzeau Mortet

      (Lyrics by Fernán Silva Valdés)

      -La moza de los ojos pardos

      Mirta Herrera, soprano

      Eduardo gilardoni, piano

      Archive recording

      2:10

       

      Silvestre Revueltas (Mexico, 1899-1940)

      Texts by Federico García Lorca and Antonio de Trueba

      -Cinco canciones para niños y dos profanas

      song cycle for voice and chamber orchestra (1938)
      1. Caballito (Antonio de Trueba)
      2. Las cinco horas
      3. Canción tonta
      4. El lagarto y la lagarta
      5. Canción de cuna
      6. Serenata
      7. Es verdad
      Margarita Pruneda, soprano
      Orquesta Sinfónica de Xalapa
      Luis Herrera de la Fuente

      Musart EMCD 3007

      10:13

      4 Responses to “Latin American Art Songs”

      1. Justin Adair says:

        Hello,

        My fiancee and I really enjoyed tonight’s program. Thank you for such thoughtful musical choices. We both went to school for classical voice. While we had a wonderful education, I feel the traditional American music school doesn’t cover much Latin music, and I had no idea how beautiful it was and how amazing the artists could be. I loved your program and look forward to future ones, as well.

        Best,
        Justin

        • Daniel Goldberg says:

          Justin,

          We are had a lot of fun putting this program together and we are happy you and fiancee enjoyed it. One of the main missions of Fiesta is to expose listeners to the mostly unheard treasures of Latin American music. We hope you share your love of this music with others!

      2. I love your show because of the variety of music you introduce. I was especially happy to hear choral music on March 4, 2017. I am still looking for the “Uipura” that you played a month or so ago. I thought you played two with same title, the first by Villa-Lobos. Who composed the second? I loved the orchestration in it. So many different percussions. Or was their only one “Uipura” by Villa-Lobos?
        The host may want to speak despacio, for those who do not have Spanish ears.

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