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Looking South

Mirian Conti

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Of the composers on this fine survey of Argentine piano music, the one who has appeared most frequently on concert programs internationally is Alberto Ginastera. Many listeners, hearing the Bartókian Suite de danzas criollas, Op. 15, offered here, or one of his other bracingly modern compositions, must have wondered why it was that he attempted to (and succeeded in) incorporating Argentine national characteristics into a variety of modern styles. After all, the modernism of the twentieth century generally rejected nationalism as something distastefully tribal. Hearing the music of Ginastera's predecessors and contemporaries sheds light on the matter: nationalism was an unusually strong force in Argentine music, and nationalism as an idea coincided with the growth of European concert music in what had been a frontier society with the cowboy as a national symbol. Pianist Mirian Conti brings together a fascinating variety of music here, but all of it is linked together by the presence of Argentine folk and popular rhythms, including the 6/8 dance called the gato and, later, the tango. The 1938 Sonatina of Luis Gianneo is very much an Argentine counterpart of Stravinsky's neo-Classicism, with the brisk rhythms of folk dances providing the desired dry surface. Juan José Castro's Tangos of 1941 contradict the axiom that Astor Piazzolla was the first to merge the tango with Western classical techniques; they are humorous little tango portraits, written while Piazzolla was still a young man working in popular tango groups. Conti selects treatments of the gato by no fewer than four composers, showing both the variety of the individual treatments and the rootedness of each composer in what were known as criollo (creole, or native) dance rhythms. She is a sympathetic interpreter of this music, with lots of rhythmic verve yet never any tendency to let the rhythms swallow up small details of texture. This is a fine introduction to Argentine keyboard music for anyone curious about the roots of that Latin American nation's major presence on the world musical stage.
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1
Tres Piezas, Op. 6: Cuyana
Mirian Conti
00:03:43

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

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Tres Piezas, Op 6: Nortena
Mirian Conti
00:04:20

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

3
Tres Piezas, Op. 6: Criolla
Mirian Conti
00:04:12

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

4
Gato
Mirian Conti
00:02:35

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Julian Aguirre, Composer - SADAIC Latin Copyrights, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

5
El Ceibo (Cantilena No. 4)
Mirian Conti
00:03:47

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - SADAIC Latin Copyrights, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

6
Gato
Mirian Conti
00:01:25

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - SADAIC Latin Copyrights, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

7
Sonatina: Allegro
Mirian Conti
00:02:29

Luis Gianneo, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - SADAIC Latin Copyrights, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

8
Sonatina: Tempo di Minuetto
Mirian Conti
00:02:36

Luis Gianneo, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - SADAIC Latin Copyrights, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

9
Sonatina: Allegro vivo
Mirian Conti
00:03:41

Luis Gianneo, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - SADAIC Latin Copyrights, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

10
Gato, la mayor
Mirian Conti
00:02:41

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Juan José Ramos, Composer

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

11
Milonga Sureña (No. 5)
Mirian Conti
00:03:56

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Juan José Ramos, Composer

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

12
Tangos a Los Maestros: No. 23 "A Anibal Troiko"
Mirian Conti
00:02:41

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Mario Broeders, Composer

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

13
Tangos: Evocacion-Lloron
Mirian Conti
00:04:29

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Juan José Castro, Composer - Southern Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

14
Tangos: Compadron
Mirian Conti
00:01:56

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Juan José Castro, Composer - Southern Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

15
Tangos: Milonguero
Mirian Conti
00:01:28

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Juan José Castro, Composer - Southern Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

16
Tangos: Nostalgico
Mirian Conti
00:03:14

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Juan José Castro, Composer - Southern Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

17
Gato Correntino (from "La Sangre de las Guitarras")
Mirian Conti
00:02:15

Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Constantino Gaito, Composer

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

18
Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15: Adajietto pianissimo
Mirian Conti
00:01:54

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

19
Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15: Allegro rustico
Mirian Conti
00:00:36

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

20
Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15: Allegretto cantabile
Mirian Conti
00:01:37

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

21
Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15: Calmo e poetico
Mirian Conti
00:02:05

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

22
Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15: Scherzando
Mirian Conti
00:01:07

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

23
Suite de Danzas Criollas, Op. 15: Coda: Presto ed energico
Mirian Conti
00:01:17

Alberto Ginastera, Composer - Mirian Conti, MainArtist - Boosey & Hawkes, MusicPublisher

(C) 2006 Albany Records (P) 2006 Albany Records

Descriptif de l'album

Of the composers on this fine survey of Argentine piano music, the one who has appeared most frequently on concert programs internationally is Alberto Ginastera. Many listeners, hearing the Bartókian Suite de danzas criollas, Op. 15, offered here, or one of his other bracingly modern compositions, must have wondered why it was that he attempted to (and succeeded in) incorporating Argentine national characteristics into a variety of modern styles. After all, the modernism of the twentieth century generally rejected nationalism as something distastefully tribal. Hearing the music of Ginastera's predecessors and contemporaries sheds light on the matter: nationalism was an unusually strong force in Argentine music, and nationalism as an idea coincided with the growth of European concert music in what had been a frontier society with the cowboy as a national symbol. Pianist Mirian Conti brings together a fascinating variety of music here, but all of it is linked together by the presence of Argentine folk and popular rhythms, including the 6/8 dance called the gato and, later, the tango. The 1938 Sonatina of Luis Gianneo is very much an Argentine counterpart of Stravinsky's neo-Classicism, with the brisk rhythms of folk dances providing the desired dry surface. Juan José Castro's Tangos of 1941 contradict the axiom that Astor Piazzolla was the first to merge the tango with Western classical techniques; they are humorous little tango portraits, written while Piazzolla was still a young man working in popular tango groups. Conti selects treatments of the gato by no fewer than four composers, showing both the variety of the individual treatments and the rootedness of each composer in what were known as criollo (creole, or native) dance rhythms. She is a sympathetic interpreter of this music, with lots of rhythmic verve yet never any tendency to let the rhythms swallow up small details of texture. This is a fine introduction to Argentine keyboard music for anyone curious about the roots of that Latin American nation's major presence on the world musical stage.
© TiVo

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