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Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela|Villa-Lobos - Chavez - Ginastera (Ballets Latino-américains)

Villa-Lobos - Chavez - Ginastera (Ballets Latino-américains)

Ballets Latino-américains

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Villa-Lobos - Chavez - Ginastera (Ballets Latino-américains)

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1
Uirapuru
Eduardo Mata
00:18:56

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

2
I. Danza del Hombre (Dance of the Man)
Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela
00:06:33

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

3
II. Barco hacia el Tropico (Boat to the Tropics)
Eduardo Mata
00:10:50

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

4
III. El Tropico (The Tropics)
Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela
00:08:02

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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I. Los trabajadores agricolas: Tempo giusto
Eduardo Mata
00:03:14

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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II. Danza del trigo: Tranquillo
Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela
00:03:10

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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III. Les peones de hacienda: Mosso e ruvido
Eduardo Mata
00:02:07

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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IV. Malambo: Allegro - Tempo di malambo
Eduardo Mata
00:04:10

Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, Orchestra - Eduardo Mata, Conductor

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