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Guastavino: Piano Music

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Born in 1984, Marcos Madrigal has been studying and absorbing the piano music of Carlos Guastavino ever since his Havana childhood. This album is the outcome of decades of affection distilled into a single album, which presents a personal but carefully curated journey through over half a century of fluent composition.
Born and died in the Argentinian city of Santa Fe, hundreds of kilometres from Buenos Aires, Guastavino (1912-2000) spanned the decades of modernism with all its tumultuous innovation, but his language, like most of his compatriot composers, remained rooted in the 19th century. However, while he refined his talent in both song and the piano miniature to capture a world within the space of a five-minute miniature, his idiom is not burdened by nostalgia or a regret for a lost time. Rather, Guastavino finds ever-ingenious ways to celebrate life in all its richness, and perhaps this positive outlook in his music has helped it to travel far beyond his native land. He explores the sounds of his vast nation – the folksongs, the streets and the forests are all here – without undue reliance on picture-postcard naturalism any more than Spanish masters such as de Falla and Granados.

The repertoire ranges from the early and well-known Bailecito (1940) to El Sampedrino from his final decade, via two ten-piece cycles: Diez Cantinelas Argentinas, composed in the 1950s, and Diez Cantos Populares, written in 1974 – all works that reveal Guastavino’s sheer love of melody. Although his writing is never facile in terms of structure or harmony, these technical aspects are always placed in the service of a cantabile upper line that is always distinctive, catchy and clearly influenced by folk song.
Marcos Madrigal continues to make Havana the base of a busy international career, having in 2017 established Habana Clásica, a classical music festival in his native city. © Piano Classics

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1
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: I. Santa fe para llorar
00:03:21

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

2
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: II. Adolescencia
00:04:50

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

3
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: III. Jacarandá
00:04:55

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

4
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: IV. el ceibo
00:03:20

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

5
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: V. Abelarda olmos
00:05:10

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

6
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: VI. Juanita
00:03:58

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

7
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: VII. Herbert
00:06:41

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

8
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: VIII. Santa fe antiguo
00:03:15

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

9
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: IX. Trébol
00:02:54

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

10
10 Cantilenas Argentinas: X. la casa
00:04:51

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

11
10 Cantos Populares: I. Canto 1
00:02:15

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

12
10 Cantos Populares: II. Canto 2
00:01:49

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

13
10 Cantos Populares: III. Canto 3
00:01:11

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

14
10 Cantos Populares: IV. Canto 4
00:03:36

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

15
10 Cantos Populares: V. Canto 5
00:01:00

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

16
10 Cantos Populares: VI. Canto 6
00:02:49

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

17
10 Cantos Populares: VII. Canto 7
00:02:40

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

18
10 Cantos Populares: VIII. Canto 8
00:01:59

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

19
10 Cantos Populares: IX. Canto 9
00:03:18

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

20
10 Cantos Populares: X. Canto 10
00:01:39

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

21
El sampedrino
00:03:16

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

22
Bailecito
00:03:26

Carlos Guastavino, Composer - Marcos Madrigal, Piano, MainArtist - Brilliant Classics, MusicPublisher

2020 Brilliant Classics 2020 Brilliant Classics

Album Description

Born in 1984, Marcos Madrigal has been studying and absorbing the piano music of Carlos Guastavino ever since his Havana childhood. This album is the outcome of decades of affection distilled into a single album, which presents a personal but carefully curated journey through over half a century of fluent composition.
Born and died in the Argentinian city of Santa Fe, hundreds of kilometres from Buenos Aires, Guastavino (1912-2000) spanned the decades of modernism with all its tumultuous innovation, but his language, like most of his compatriot composers, remained rooted in the 19th century. However, while he refined his talent in both song and the piano miniature to capture a world within the space of a five-minute miniature, his idiom is not burdened by nostalgia or a regret for a lost time. Rather, Guastavino finds ever-ingenious ways to celebrate life in all its richness, and perhaps this positive outlook in his music has helped it to travel far beyond his native land. He explores the sounds of his vast nation – the folksongs, the streets and the forests are all here – without undue reliance on picture-postcard naturalism any more than Spanish masters such as de Falla and Granados.

The repertoire ranges from the early and well-known Bailecito (1940) to El Sampedrino from his final decade, via two ten-piece cycles: Diez Cantinelas Argentinas, composed in the 1950s, and Diez Cantos Populares, written in 1974 – all works that reveal Guastavino’s sheer love of melody. Although his writing is never facile in terms of structure or harmony, these technical aspects are always placed in the service of a cantabile upper line that is always distinctive, catchy and clearly influenced by folk song.
Marcos Madrigal continues to make Havana the base of a busy international career, having in 2017 established Habana Clásica, a classical music festival in his native city. © Piano Classics

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