Gissel Velarde | Estudio Aleatorio No. 3, Op. 30: "To Mr. Joseph"

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Estudio Aleatorio No. 3, Op. 30: "To Mr. Joseph"

by Gissel Velarde

One of the most representative recordings of Bolivian contemporary music for piano. The piece was originally composed for Martin Joseph and now masterfully recorded by Gissel Velarde.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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This piece was originally composed for the British Jazz-pianist Martin Joseph who lived in Bolivia for three years, playing and teaching Jazz. He needed a new piece with some spaces for his improvisations, this is why Gastón Arce Sejas created a work using jazz colors, but overall, a very free piece of contemporary music. This piece was first performed and recorded by the young pianist Gissel Velarde who studied with Martin Joseph.

Esta pieza fue compuesta originalmente para el pianist de jazz inglés Martin Joseph, quién vivió en Bolivia por más de tres años tocando y enseñando Jazz. Èl encomendó la composición de esta pieza, en la que Gastón Arce Sejas debía otorgarle diversos espacios en los cuales él desarrollara su gran capacidad improvisatoria. Arce Sejas creó una pieza con tales características, utilizando ciertos colores y aluciones jazzísticas, sin perder la libertad del discurso de la música contemporánea. La pieza fue estrenada y ahora grabada por la joven pianista Gissel Velarde, alumna de Martin Joseph.


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