Henri Temianka, Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble - Ginastera - Cantata Para America Magica / Chavez - Toccata for Percussion Instruments album download
|Ginastera: Cantata Para America Magica|
|A1||I - Preludio y canto a la aurora|
|A2||II - Nocturno y canto de amor|
|A3||III - Canto para la partida de los guerreros|
|A4||IV - Interludio fantastico|
|A5||V - Canto de agonia y desolacion|
|B1||VI - Canto de la profecia|
|Chavez: Toccata For Percussion Instruments|
|B2||I - Allegro, sempre giusto|
|B3||II - Largo|
|B4||III - Allegro un poco marziale|
- Composed By – Alberto Ginastera (tracks: A1 thru A5, B1), Carlos Chavez (tracks: B2 thru B4)
- Conductor – Henri Temianka
- Directed By – William Kraft
- Soprano Vocals – Raquel Adonaylo (tracks: A1 thru A5, B1)
NotesIssued as part of the Collectors' Series by Columbia Special Products. Black cover with hole to show label on front;
back cover has info about the Collector's Series.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Side 1: XSM 59050
- Matrix / Runout: Side 2: XSM 59051
Cantata para América Mágica, Raquel Adonaylo, soprano; Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble, William Kraft, conductor. With: Carlos Chávez, Toccata for Percussion, Henri Temianka, conductor. LP recording, analog, 33⅓ rpm, stereo, 12 in. Columbia Masterworks MS 6447. New York: Columbia Records, 1963. Cantata para America Magica, McGill Percussion Ensemble, P. Béluse, director, Elise Bédard, soprano, McGill Records CD, 1997 Quartet No. 1, Paganini Quartet, Decca Gold Label.
Complete your Henri Temianka, William Kraft, Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble, Raquel Adonaylo collection.
Cantata Para América Mágica II Nocturno Y Canto De Amor. Composed By – Alberto Ginastera. A3. Cantata Para América Mágica III Canto Para La Partida De Los Guerreros. A4. Cantata Para América Mágica IV Interludio Fantástico. Raquel Adonaylo soprano y Conjunto de Percusión de Los Angeles, dirigido por Henri Temianka.
By Carlos Chavez, Alberto Ginastera, Raquel Adonaylo. Carlos Chávez: Toccata For Percussion Instruments - Alberto Ginastera: Cantata Para America Magica. Released by Soundmark Records Oct 2013 9 Tracks.
Conducting the Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble, he recorded Ginastera's Cantata para America Magica and Carlos Chavez's Toccata for Percussion Instruments for Columbia Records. About one-third of these essays concerned string playing and teaching, and have recently been collated into a privately printed anthology, augmented with photographs from his archives. Mell, Albert, "Henri Temianka: A Long and Illustrious Musical Career," Journal of the Violin Society of America, Vol. XI no. 1, August 1991. Antoine Stradivarius: Sa Vie et Son Oeuvre (1644-1737), W. Henry Hill et al, Wm.
By Carlos Chávez - Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble & Henri Temianka. Toccata for Percussion Instruments: I. Allegre sempre giusto. By Carlos Chávez - Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble & Henri Temianka. Toccata for Percussion Instruments: II. Largo. By Edgard Varèse - Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble, Los Angeles Philharmonic & Zubin Mehta. Cantata para America Magica: IV. Interludio Fantástico. By Alberto Ginastera - Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble & Henri Temianka
Alberto Ginastera is considered one of the most important Latin American classical composers. Of these works, one of the most remarkable is Cantata para América mágica, for dramatic soprano and 53 percussion instruments, Op. 27 (1960), to apocryphal pre-Colombian texts, freely arranged by Ginastera it was first performed in Washington, . on April 30, 1961, with excellent success. Its West Coast premiere was performed by the Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble under Henri Temianka and William Kraft at UCLA in 1963. An entirely new development in Alberto Ginastera’s evolution came with his first opera Don Rodrigo, Op. 31 (1963-1964), produced on July 24, 1964, at the Teatro Colón
His Cantata para América Mágica (1960), for dramatic soprano and 53 percussion instruments, was based on ancient pre-Columbian legends. Its West Coast premier was performed by the Los Angeles Percussion Ensemble under Henri Temianka and William Kraft at UCLA in 1963. Alberto Ginastera - Danzas argentinas Piano Sheet Music.