Chavez’ Piano Concerto and Revueltas’ “Sensemaya”

May 15, 2013

Join us tonight for The Evening Concert. We'll have back-to-back episodes of “Fiesta! with Elbio Barilari”.  At 7:00 it’s “A Mexican Concert” with music by Rosas, Carlos Chavez, and Ricardo Castroat 8:00 “Latin American Music based on Literary Sources”, like Silvestre Revueltas’ “Sensemaya” and Carlos Rafael Rivera’s “Popul Vuh”.

Fiesta! with Elbio Barilari: A Mexican Concert
Close your eyes and imagine you’re attending a concert at Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City.
Ricardo CASTRO: Intermezzo De Atzimba (Alondra de la Parra/Philharmonic Orch. Of the Americas)
Silvestre REVULETAS: Redes; IV The Fight (Simon Bolivar Sym. Orch. Of Venezuela)
Carlos CHAVEZ: Concierto para Piano: I. Largo non toppo allegro agitato (Orquestra Sinfonica National de Mexico/Enrique Arturo Diemecke, cond.; Jorge Federico Osorio, piano)
HERAS: Suite Sinfonica (Orquestra Sinfonica National, Juan Jarlos Lomonaco)
ROSAS: Sobre Las Olas (Alondra de la Parra/Philharmonic Orch. Of the Americas)
Fiesta! with Elbio Barilari: Latin American Music based on Literary Sources
The rich world of Latin American literature as expressed in music by their composers. Mexican
Silvestre Revueltas’ Sensemaya and a composition by our own Elbio Barilari based on the
Alturas de Machi Piinchu, the second Canto of Pablo Naruda’s Canto General.
Nicolás GUILLEN: Sensemaya (poem)
Silvestre REVUELTAS: Sensemaya (Aguas Calientes Symphony Orchestra)
Antonio Carlos GOMEZ: Son Giunto In Tempo, Il Guarani (Placido Domingo)
Carlos Rafael RIVERA: Popol-Vuh (Four Mayan Scenes for Orchestra), (USC Thornton
Symphony)
Elbio BARILARI: Alturas de Machu Picchu (Orchestra Philharmonica de Montevideo)


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