Heitor Villa-Lobos - Nonetto (Impressao Rapida De Todo O Brasil) mp3 flac
- Album: Nonetto (Impressao Rapida De Todo O Brasil)
- MP3: 1623 mb | FLAC: 1371 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Modern
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Villa-Lobos: Nonetto "Impressão Rápida de Todo o Brasil" & Quarteto Simbólico. Artists: Roger Wagner, Soloists of the Concert Arts Orchestra, Roger Wagner, Soloists of the Concert Arts Orchestra. Composer:Heitor Villa-Lobos. 1954 modern classical.
Artist: Heitor Villa-Lobos, Song: Noneto "Impressão rápida de todo o Brasil", Duration: 13:35, File type: mp3. №2535047557. Heitor Villa-Lobos Capriccio No. 1: Capriccio No. 1. (play). Heitor Villa-Lobos Valsa da Dor. Heitor Villa-Lobos Fantaisie pour saxophone soprano: Trés animé.
Composed By – Heitor Villa-Lobos. Conductor – Roger Wagner. Catalog number "P-8191" on front cover and center labels; "P9181" on back cover. Scranton "stylus" stamped in runouts on both sides.
It is number W191 in the catalogue of works compiled by David Appleby (1988)
COMPOSER: Heitor VillaLobos. CHOIR: The Roger Wagner Chorale. ENSEMBLE: Concert Arts Ensemble. CONDUCTOR: Roger Wagner. More from this artist.
Noneto, W191 (Villa-Lobos, Heitor).
One of Villa-Lobos's greatest works, begun in Rio in 1923, and completed in Paris in 1924. Villa-Lobos conducted the premiere of the work in Paris on May 30, 1924. The Nonetto is dedicated to Dona Olivia Guedes Penteado. The Noneto achieves what 'tribal' pop aims at, but usually misses. Wilfred Mellers, Singing in the Wilderness, Urban: University of Illinois Press, 2001, p. 86. Listen to Gil Jardem conduct the Philarmonia Brasileira in Nonetto at Mbaraka Músicas. Though recordings and performances are scarce, the Nonetto has not been ignored by the scholars: This.
|1||Nonetto, For Chorus & Orchestra ("Impressão Rápida de Todo O Brasil"), A||14:07|
|2||First Movement - Allegro con moto||8:54|
|3||Second Movement - Andantino||8:04|
|4||Third Movement - Allegro deciso||3:53|
|5||Nonetto, For Chorus & Orchestra ("Impressão Rápida De Todo O Brasil")||12:59|
|9||Estudio, for guitar No. 8 in C sharp minor, A. 235/8||3:03|
|10||Prelúdio, for guitar No. 3 in A minor, A. 419/3||2:50|
|11||Estudio, for guitar No. 1 in E minor, A. 235/1||2:10|
|12||Prelúdio, for guitar No. 2 in E major, A. 419/2||2:43|
|13||Prelúdio, for guitar No. 4 in E minor, A. 419/4||3:29|
|14||Prelúdio, for guitar No. 5 in D major, A. 419/5||3:49|
|15||Gavotta-Chôro, for guitar (Suite populaire brésilienne No. 4), A. 020/4||6:11|
- Composed By – Heitor Villa-Lobos
NotesSome historic recordings of Heitor Villa-Lobos work.
The Roger Wagner Chorale & Concert Arts Ensemble, The Roger Wagner Chorale & Concert Arts Ensemble, Roger Wagner,
The Brazilian Festival Quartet, Schola Cantorum, The Brazilian Festival Quartet, Woman of Schola Cantorum, Elsie Houston, Hugh Ross, Guitar: Andres Segovia, Julian Bream, Laurindo Almeida
Nonets; for mixed chorus, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, percussion, harp, celesta, piano; Scores featuring mixed chorus;
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