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Polyphonies latino americaines 2

Polyphonies latino americaines 2

(Code: A135300007)

9 a cappella polyphonies for mixed voices (from the 18th century to the present day) collected and commented by Nestor ZADOFF.
This second volume, like the first, features polyphonies from various South American countries and different musical genres. There are easy pieces, others of medium difficulty, some more difficult ones but which, in general, can be approached by all types of choirs.


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Discover Polyphonies Latino-Américaines Vol. 2, 9 a cappella polyphonies for mixed voices (from the 18th century to the present day), proposed by Néstor ZADOFF :



This second volume, like the first one, proposes polyphonies from various South American countries and different musical genres.
The contents include some easy pieces, others of medium difficulty and some more difficult ones, but which, in a general way, can be approached by any type of choir.

Néstor ZADOFF tell us :



"This collection is the second volume of the Latin American polyphony series.
It contains pieces from various South American countries and from different musical genres of the continent.
The first two works are sacred and belong to the Latin American Baroque period (17th-18th centuries); they are 2 Reponses for Holy Week and were found in the archives of the Convent of Santa Catalina (Córdoba, Argentina). In this province of the center of the country, the Jesuits had a lot of influence.
The other pieces are of popular origin.
This selection proposes easy works, others of medium difficulty and some difficult ones; they can however be approached by the majority of choirs.
Among the easy pieces: the 2 Réponses and the 3-part arrangement on the HuachitoTorito Christmas.
A little more elaborate are Te quiero and Berimbau; the other works are more complex.
The nine pieces are quite different in style and character, sometimes intimate (the Répons, Te quiero), sometimes very rhythmic (Huachito, Sensemaya, Berimbau,Guantanamera).
Some passages are reserved for soloists.
In Latin America choral singing is very widespread and popular. People sing in groups to express their feelings of melancholy or joy. The works proposed in this collection are classics of South American choral singing; they will allow those who sing them to share these emotions, common to women and men all over the world: choral singing is an international language, that of sensitivity".
(Néstor ZADOFF)

Content:
  • In Monte Oliveti (Anonyme, XVIIIème siècle)
  • Tristis Est Anima Mea (Anonyme, XVIIIème siècle)
  • Huachito torito (Anonyme, arr. : Néstor Zadoff)
  • Berimbau (V. de Moraes, B. Powell, Néstor Zadoff)
  • Crepusculo coriano (R. Sanchez Lopez, Vivian Tabbush)
  • Sensemaya (Nicolás Guillén, José A. Rincón)
  • Te quiero (Mario Benedetti, Alberto Favero, Liliana Cangiano)
  • Guantanamera (José Marti, J. Fernández, Mario Esteban)
  • Ronda catonga (Anonyme, C. Benavídez, I. Valdés, P. Trindade)