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Windows and Mirrors. (Original composition);
"Windows and Mirrors" is an orchestral work in three movements: fast-slow-fast. The first movement alludes to elements of popular music styles used in dance bands, Latin rhythm bands and European jazz music and emphasizes ...
Symphony No. 1. (Original composition);
Symphony No. 1 is built on a chromatic melodic line. This melody first outlines larger intervals and gradually turns in on itself. The only complete statement of this structural line appears late in the second movement in ...
Alberto Ginastera's three piano sonatas: A reflection of the composer and his country
The study of Ginastera's three Piano Sonatas can be viewed as an example of the composer's general development. The historical context in which Ginastera lived is an important departure point. His native country, Argentina, ...
"Raegal" for chorus and orchestra. [Original composition]
Raegal, for chorus and orchestra, is a musically sophisticated setting of a very simple text. The first and third movements are based on the same harmonic structure of pitch centers alternating between the tritone creating ...