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The music of Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera has never fit the various agendas of 20th century composition, and has been somewhat neglected as a result: his early Argentine-flavored music had an edgy, sometimes harsh quality that went beyond even Bartók, while his later works (though some, like the Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 28 heard here, used 12-tone procedures) retained too much of the composer's Latin American roots for the confirmed abstractionists of what has been called the International Academic Style. Chandos' series of his orchestral music has uncovered some splendid, rarely recorded works, and from this set you might choose this third volume, which includes works from Ginastera's early Argentine period, his late modernist period, and his transitional style of the late 1940s and 1950s. The star here is the piano, and one of the few complaints is that Chinese pianist Xiayin Wang, something of a specialist in virtuoso repertory, does not get more prominent billing in the graphics. Sample the finale of the Piano Concerto No. 1, a blistering, unforgiving piece that does not give the pianist a moment to collect herself: Wang was perhaps an ideal choice for the work with her precise execution of the torrents of notes. She shifts gears effectively for the rather nervous nocturne second movement, marked Scherzo allucinante, and in the early Concierto Argentino, with its Latin rhythms. The middle Variaciones Concertantes are a sort of tour of the symphony orchestra in the form of a set of variations, and the BBC Philharmonic under Spanish conductor Juanjo Mena does not let the structure flag in energy. Highly recommended, with clear sound from the MediaUK studio on Chandos' part. © TiVo
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A pianist of keen musicality and sweeping virtuosity, Xiayin Wang returns to solo repertoire with this fascinating exploration of works by Enrique Granados, revealing a technically challenging and complex musical language, yet full of colour and emotional intensity. Perhaps because the source of their inspiration was so close to the composer’s heart, the Goyescas piano pieces are the most liberated examples of the genius of Granados. ‘I have written’, he said, without exaggeration, ‘a collection of great sweep and difficulty’, which Xiayin Wang addresses with complete mastery. Across the repertoire featured here, this album reveals the genius of Granados, a composer of wide contrast whose music deserves to be heard more often. While the brilliance of Granados as a composer of piano music in a more conventional idiom is convincingly exemplified in the Allegro de concierto and in Zapateado, inspired by Andalusian flamenco, the Ochos Valses poéticos are unique and uncharacteristic in that they are neither virtuosic in their piano scoring nor Spanish in style.© Chandos
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A pianist of keen musicality and sweeping virtuosity, Xiayin Wang returns to solo repertoire with this fascinating exploration of works by Enrique Granados, revealing a technically challenging and complex musical language, yet full of colour and emotional intensity. Perhaps because the source of their inspiration was so close to the composer’s heart, the Goyescas piano pieces are the most liberated examples of the genius of Granados. ‘I have written’, he said, without exaggeration, ‘a collection of great sweep and difficulty’, which Xiayin Wang addresses with complete mastery. Across the repertoire featured here, this album reveals the genius of Granados, a composer of wide contrast whose music deserves to be heard more often. While the brilliance of Granados as a composer of piano music in a more conventional idiom is convincingly exemplified in the Allegro de concierto and in Zapateado, inspired by Andalusian flamenco, the Ochos Valses poéticos are unique and uncharacteristic in that they are neither virtuosic in their piano scoring nor Spanish in style.© Chandos
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