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Carlos Chávez: Complete Chamber Music, Vol. 4, brings to a close Southwest Chamber Music's outstanding series of Cambria recordings. This series has brought a lot of attention to Chávez's unjustly neglected chamber music, with two of the volumes earning Grammy awards in the process. Outside of the String Quartet No. 3, the Three Spirals for violin and piano, and the Trio for flute, viola, and harp, all of the works herein come from opposite ends of Chávez's historical spectrum, taken from his early and late periods. Of the three string quartets, the String Quartet No. 3, which relates to Chávez's work for Martha Graham, is easily the finest -- the outer movements percolate with insistent motor rhythms and the central Lento movement is one of the most moving and deeply felt moments in Chávez. However, one should not neglect the String Quartet No. 1, a rough-hewn work from 1921 that incorporates Indian folk material tempered with a generous amount of idealism -- it is a diamond in the rough. The String Quartet No. 2 is likewise interesting for its odd combination of instruments -- violin, viola, cello, and double bass. The little Fuga H-A-G-C is a brief answer piece written in that same combination in the 1960s in a surprisingly straightforward, conventional idiom. The earliest work on Carlos Chávez: Complete Chamber Music, Vol. 4, is the Sextet for piano and strings of 1919, which annotator/producer Jeff von der Schmidt describes as a "Mexican Verklärte Nacht." It seems partly romantic and partly impressionist; however, the Sextet incorporates some of the aura of the salon and lacks the clear dramatic trajectory of Schoenberg's post-romantic masterwork. It makes for an interesting contrast with Chávez's colleague Julian Carrillo's Dvorákian String Sextet of 1900, likewise steeped in European tradition but remaining Mexican at its core. The Sonatina for piano likewise brings some of Carrillo's pre-microtonal piano music to mind; it belongs in this set as it connects to two other sonatinas submitted as a set for performance at a Copland/Sessions concert of 1928. The Sonatina for violin and piano is a vibrant, mechanistic piece reminiscent of George Antheil's Paris-period works, as are the outer movements of the Three Spirals, whereas the Sonatina for cello and piano is more enigmatic, even ghostly -- rather like the second of the Three Spirals. The Variations for violin and piano of 1969 is an accomplished and ebulliently rhythmic serial-styled piece, yet it is the only work that appears to wear out its welcome. Similar techniques are used to create the guitar solo Feuille d'Album of 1974, but by comparison, one wishes it were longer. This and the corresponding Three Pieces for guitar (1923) are played expertly by guitarist John Schneider. It is easy to see why these oddly matched compositions of Chávez were placed at the end of the series; it is not that they are inferior, but that they tend to fall outside of the rest of the Chávez's chamber corpus by virtue of their specialized nature. Nevertheless, this little-known, occasional Chávez demonstrates that he was stylistically on the cutting edge in most of the eras in which he composed, and that his work has both a sense of progression and continuity. As with the other three volumes, the quality of these Southwest Chamber Music performances is first-rate, the recording no less so, and this ends a terrific, revelatory series on a positive note in keeping with what went before.
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String Quartet No. 1 (Carlos Chavez)

1
I. Allegro
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:03:02

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

2
II. Adagio
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:06:18

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

3
III. Vivo
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:05:34

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

4
IV. Sostenuto
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:06:49

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

String Quartet No. 2 (Carlos Chavez)

5
I. Allegro moderato
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:05:20

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

6
II. Scherzo
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:04:20

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

7
III. Largo, liberamente
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:05:27

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

8
IV. Moderato
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:03:08

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

String Quartet No. 3 (Carlos Chavez)

9
I. Allegro
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:03:51

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

10
II. Lento
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:04:53

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

11
III. Allegro
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:06:09

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Piano Sonatina (Carlos Chavez)

12
I. Moderato
Ming Tsu
00:05:25

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

13
II. Andantino
Ming Tsu
00:03:40

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

14
III. Allegretto
Ming Tsu
00:07:17

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

15
IV. Lento
Ming Tsu
00:01:07

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Violin Sonatina (Carlos Chavez)

16
I. Largo
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:55

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

17
II. Scherzo
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:38

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

18
III. Adagio
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:59

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

19
IV. Largo
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:29

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Cello Sonatina (Carlos Chavez)

20
I. Moderato
Peter Jacobson
00:01:39

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Peter Jacobson, Artist, MainArtist - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

21
II. Vivo
Peter Jacobson
00:01:24

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Peter Jacobson, Artist, MainArtist - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

22
III. Tranquillo
Peter Jacobson
00:03:10

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Peter Jacobson, Artist, MainArtist - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

23
IV. Moderato
Peter Jacobson
00:01:46

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Peter Jacobson, Artist, MainArtist - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

DISCO 2

Sextet (Carlos Chavez)

1
I. Lento
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:04:19

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

2
II. Allegro con brio
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:04:31

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

3
III. Andante
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:02:36

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

4
IV. Presto scherzando
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:02:27

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

5
V. Allegretto
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:06:42

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

3 Pieces (Carlos Chavez)

6
No. 1. Largo
John Schneider
00:05:41

Carlos Chavez, Composer - John Schneider, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

7
No. 2. Tranquillo
John Schneider
00:05:33

Carlos Chavez, Composer - John Schneider, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

8
No. 3. Un poco mosso
John Schneider
00:05:58

Carlos Chavez, Composer - John Schneider, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

3 Spirals (Carlos Chavez)

9
No. 1. Vivo
Lorenz Gamma
00:05:37

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

10
No. 2. Tranquillo
Lorenz Gamma
00:05:18

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

11
No. 3. Un poco mosso
Lorenz Gamma
00:10:09

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Fuga HAGC (Carlos Chavez)

12
Fuga HAGC
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:01:06

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Variations (Carlos Chavez)

13
I. quarter note = 48
Lorenz Gamma
00:00:37

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

14
II. quarter note = 52
Lorenz Gamma
00:00:57

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

15
III. dotted quarter note = 126
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:13

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

16
IV. quarter note = 69
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:55

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

17
V. quarter note = 48
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:38

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

18
VI. dotted half note = 50
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:59

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

19
VII. quarter note = 100
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:35

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

20
VIII. quarter note = 84
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:39

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

21
IX. quarter note = 48
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:24

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

22
X. quarter note = 100
Lorenz Gamma
00:03:10

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

23
XI. quarter note = 112
Lorenz Gamma
00:01:46

Lorenz Gamma, Artist, MainArtist - Carlos Chavez, Composer - Ming Tsu, Artist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Feuille d'Album (Carlos Chavez)

24
Feuille d'album
John Schneider
00:02:45

Carlos Chavez, Composer - John Schneider, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Trio for Flute, Violin and Harp (Carlos Chavez)

25
I. The Snow is Dancing (Debussy)
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:03:13

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

26
II. Asturiana (de Falla)
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:02:09

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

27
III. Polo (de Falla)
Southwest Chamber Music, members
00:01:39

Carlos Chavez, Composer - Southwest Chamber Music, members, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2006 Cambria (P) 2006 Cambria

Descrizione dell'album

Carlos Chávez: Complete Chamber Music, Vol. 4, brings to a close Southwest Chamber Music's outstanding series of Cambria recordings. This series has brought a lot of attention to Chávez's unjustly neglected chamber music, with two of the volumes earning Grammy awards in the process. Outside of the String Quartet No. 3, the Three Spirals for violin and piano, and the Trio for flute, viola, and harp, all of the works herein come from opposite ends of Chávez's historical spectrum, taken from his early and late periods. Of the three string quartets, the String Quartet No. 3, which relates to Chávez's work for Martha Graham, is easily the finest -- the outer movements percolate with insistent motor rhythms and the central Lento movement is one of the most moving and deeply felt moments in Chávez. However, one should not neglect the String Quartet No. 1, a rough-hewn work from 1921 that incorporates Indian folk material tempered with a generous amount of idealism -- it is a diamond in the rough. The String Quartet No. 2 is likewise interesting for its odd combination of instruments -- violin, viola, cello, and double bass. The little Fuga H-A-G-C is a brief answer piece written in that same combination in the 1960s in a surprisingly straightforward, conventional idiom. The earliest work on Carlos Chávez: Complete Chamber Music, Vol. 4, is the Sextet for piano and strings of 1919, which annotator/producer Jeff von der Schmidt describes as a "Mexican Verklärte Nacht." It seems partly romantic and partly impressionist; however, the Sextet incorporates some of the aura of the salon and lacks the clear dramatic trajectory of Schoenberg's post-romantic masterwork. It makes for an interesting contrast with Chávez's colleague Julian Carrillo's Dvorákian String Sextet of 1900, likewise steeped in European tradition but remaining Mexican at its core. The Sonatina for piano likewise brings some of Carrillo's pre-microtonal piano music to mind; it belongs in this set as it connects to two other sonatinas submitted as a set for performance at a Copland/Sessions concert of 1928. The Sonatina for violin and piano is a vibrant, mechanistic piece reminiscent of George Antheil's Paris-period works, as are the outer movements of the Three Spirals, whereas the Sonatina for cello and piano is more enigmatic, even ghostly -- rather like the second of the Three Spirals. The Variations for violin and piano of 1969 is an accomplished and ebulliently rhythmic serial-styled piece, yet it is the only work that appears to wear out its welcome. Similar techniques are used to create the guitar solo Feuille d'Album of 1974, but by comparison, one wishes it were longer. This and the corresponding Three Pieces for guitar (1923) are played expertly by guitarist John Schneider. It is easy to see why these oddly matched compositions of Chávez were placed at the end of the series; it is not that they are inferior, but that they tend to fall outside of the rest of the Chávez's chamber corpus by virtue of their specialized nature. Nevertheless, this little-known, occasional Chávez demonstrates that he was stylistically on the cutting edge in most of the eras in which he composed, and that his work has both a sense of progression and continuity. As with the other three volumes, the quality of these Southwest Chamber Music performances is first-rate, the recording no less so, and this ends a terrific, revelatory series on a positive note in keeping with what went before.
© TiVo

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