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Salon Mexicano

Jorge Federico Osorio, piano

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The term salón in the title of this release is more than just an evocative concept; the music included is, for the most part, of the genre known as salon music (or, for one derogatory writer, "potted-palm music"). Salon music flourished in many countries and gave rise to a largely neglected Latin American repertory of whose rediscovery this album by Mexican pianist Jorge Federico Osorio is part. It was music for use in middle-class homes, modest in technical demands and rooted in the dances and genre pieces of the 19th century, the waltz above all. Most of this release is devoted to three composers: Manuel Ponce, the only famous one of the group, who composed in an extended salon-type language in the first half of the 20th century. He is joined by two of his immediate predecessors, Ricardo Castro (whose name is hilariously butchered in the CD booklet) and Felipe Villanueva. The language of both adds a bit of popular-inspired Mexican flair to the well-worn European waltz and mazurka. Osorio wisely avoids overdoing these Mexican elements, which will soak in on their own as one listens to the music. The best, however, is saved for last. It is by José Rolón, a student of Nadia Boulanger whose age was between that of Villanueva and Castro and that of Ponce. His contribution, the Vals Capricho, Op. 14, is a virtuoso paraphrase in the manner of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, with the song Sobre las olas by Juventino Rosas as its source material. The title may not ring a bell, but anyone who has ever ridden on a merry-go-round will recognize it. This is not exactly salon music, but it's a real gem, and Osorio handles it confidently. Recommended to lovers of Latin American music.
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Salon Mexicano

Jorge Federico Osorio

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Vals Capricho, Op. 1 (Ricardo Castro)

1
Vals Capricho, Op. 1
00:07:03

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Sueno Dorado: Mazurka (Felipe Villanueva)

2
Mazurka
00:04:33

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals carresante (Ricardo Castro)

3
Vals carresante
00:01:56

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

20 Mazurcas (Manuel Maria Ponce)

4
No. 8 in C sharp minor
00:02:32

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Manuel Maria Ponce, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Causerie (Felipe Villanueva)

5
Vals lento
00:03:47

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Tercera Mazurka, Op. 27 (Felipe Villanueva)

6
Tercera Mazurka, Op. 27
00:04:14

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Marchita el Alma . (Manuel Maria Ponce)

7
Marchita el Alma .
00:03:06

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Manuel Maria Ponce, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Ebelia (Felipe Villanueva)

8
Mazurka de Salon
00:05:38

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals amoroso, Op. 31, No. 11 (Ricardo Castro)

9
Vals amoroso, Op. 31, No. 11
00:01:58

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Mazurca melancolica (Ricardo Castro)

10
Mazurca melancolica
00:03:30

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Barcarola in Op. 30, No. 2 (Ricardo Castro)

11
Barcarola in Op. 30, No. 2
00:02:46

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals, 'Amor' (Felipe Villanueva)

12
Vals, "Amor"
00:03:12

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Todo paso . (Felipe Villanueva)

13
Todo paso .
00:02:07

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals sentimental in Op. 30, No. 1 (Ricardo Castro)

14
Vals sentimental in Op. 30, No. 1
00:02:35

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals bluette (Ricardo Castro)

15
Vals bluette
00:01:58

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Mazurca de Salon (Manuel Maria Ponce)

16
Mazurca de Salon
00:02:55

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Manuel Maria Ponce, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals melancolico, Op. 36, No. 2 (Ricardo Castro)

17
Vals melancolico, Op. 36, No. 2
00:04:29

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Ricardo Castro, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Vals Poetico (Felipe Villanueva)

18
Vals de salon
00:03:40

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Felipe Villanueva, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

3 Canciones Populares Mexicanas (Manuel Maria Ponce)

19
No. 2. Por ti mi Corazon
00:02:37

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - Manuel Maria Ponce, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Valse Caprice on a theme by J. Rosas (José Rolon)

20
Valse Caprice on a theme by J. Rosas
00:08:35

Jorge Federico Osorio, Performer - José Rolon, Composer

2012 Cedille 2012 Cedille

Albumbeschreibung

The term salón in the title of this release is more than just an evocative concept; the music included is, for the most part, of the genre known as salon music (or, for one derogatory writer, "potted-palm music"). Salon music flourished in many countries and gave rise to a largely neglected Latin American repertory of whose rediscovery this album by Mexican pianist Jorge Federico Osorio is part. It was music for use in middle-class homes, modest in technical demands and rooted in the dances and genre pieces of the 19th century, the waltz above all. Most of this release is devoted to three composers: Manuel Ponce, the only famous one of the group, who composed in an extended salon-type language in the first half of the 20th century. He is joined by two of his immediate predecessors, Ricardo Castro (whose name is hilariously butchered in the CD booklet) and Felipe Villanueva. The language of both adds a bit of popular-inspired Mexican flair to the well-worn European waltz and mazurka. Osorio wisely avoids overdoing these Mexican elements, which will soak in on their own as one listens to the music. The best, however, is saved for last. It is by José Rolón, a student of Nadia Boulanger whose age was between that of Villanueva and Castro and that of Ponce. His contribution, the Vals Capricho, Op. 14, is a virtuoso paraphrase in the manner of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, with the song Sobre las olas by Juventino Rosas as its source material. The title may not ring a bell, but anyone who has ever ridden on a merry-go-round will recognize it. This is not exactly salon music, but it's a real gem, and Osorio handles it confidently. Recommended to lovers of Latin American music.
© TiVo

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