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Latin American Dances: Works for Saxophone & Piano (24/96 FLAC)

Latin American Dances: Works for Saxophone & Piano (24/96 FLAC)

Latin American Dances: Works for Saxophone & Piano (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Paquito D’Rivera, Jean Françaix, Darius Milhaud, Astor Piazzólla, Heitor Villa-Lobos
Performer: Sándor Rigó, Christina Leeb-Grill, Maurice C. Whitney
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Naxos
Catalogue: 8579078
Release: 8579078
Size: 1.16 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Françaix: Cinq danses exotiques
01. No. 1, Pambiche
02. No. 2, Baiao
03. No. 3, Mambo
04. No. 4, Samba lenta
05. No. 5, Merengue

Piazzólla: Tango Etudes
06. No. 1, Décidé
07. No. 2, Anxieux et rubato
08. No. 3, Molto marcato e energico

Milhaud: Scaramouche, suite for saxophone & piano (or orchestra), Op. 165c
09. I. Vif et joyeux
10. II. Modéré
11. III. Brazileira

12. Maurice Whitney: Rumba (Arr. for Alto Saxophone & Piano)

Villa-Lobos: Fantasia for Saxophone & Chamber Orchestra
13. I. Animé
14. II. Lent
15. III. Très animé

Piazzólla: Tango Etudes
16. No. 5, Quarter Note = 120
17. No. 4, Lento meditativo
18. No. 6, Avec anxiété

19. D’Rivera: Invitacion al Danzon
20. D’Rivera: Vals venezolano
21. D’Rivera: Contradanza
22. D’Rivera: La Fleur de Cayenne

Virtuoso duo Sándor Rigó and Christina Leeb-Grill have taken Jean Françaix’s description of his own work, “musique pour faire plaisir”, as the motto for this programme. Dance styles and rhythms are at the heart of this repertoire, from the spectacular Brazileira with which Milhaud concludes his theatrical Scaramouche, through Piazzolla’s refinement of tradition in his Tango-Études, to the Brazilian rhythms showcased in Villa-Lobos’s Fantasia. Paquito D’Rivera adapted his Invitación al Danzón especially for this recording, providing Sándor Rigó with space to demonstrate his brilliance in improvisation.

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