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Fuga a las Américas

by Bolívar Soloists

Tango - Mambo - Joropo - Pajarillo: Music from South America in exciting new arrangements by Efraín Oscher
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Suite María de Buenos Aires: I. Fuga y Misterio
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2. Suite María de Buenos Aires: II. Tema de María
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3. Suite María de Buenos Aires: III. Allegro Tangábile
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4. Cuatro Piezas Venezolanas: I. Almarama
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5. Cuatro Piezas Venezolanas: II. Lago
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6. Cuatro Piezas Venezolanas: III. el Jardín de María Rosa
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7. Cuatro Piezas Venezolanas: IV. Piloteando
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8. Suite Cubana: I. la Comparsa
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9. Suite Cubana: II. Mambo Influenciado
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10. Suite Cubana: III. Capullito de Alelí
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11. Fuga Con Pajarillo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The award-winning Bolívar Soloists, internationally recognized for accompanying star tenor Rolando Villazón on his album of Boleros "¡México!", present an album of Latin American chamber music in exciting new arrangements by flautist and composer Efraín Oscher. The programme links popular Latin American music to European classical music in a unique way, presenting a repertoire full of exotic rhythms and original musical forms. Apart from Oscher's own suite of four Venezuelan pieces, there is the Suite María de Buenos Aires, from Piazzolla's opera of the same name, a suite of Cuban dances and Aldemaro Romero's virtuoso Fuga con Parajillo, a hommage to both J.S. Bach and Venezuelan folk music. This album is the Bolívar Soloists' first for the new label Costa Records, which specializes in Latin American Music.


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