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Daniel Inamorato | Danza Del Parque De Las Acacias: A Collection of Solo Piano Music from Mexico and Brazil

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Danza Del Parque De Las Acacias: A Collection of Solo Piano Music from Mexico and Brazil

by Daniel Inamorato

"A unique collection of compositions for solo piano by Brazilian and Mexican composers; works from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that have rarely or never been recorded." - Marysol Quevedo, musicologist
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Nazarethiana, Op. 2 (Marlos Nobre)
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2. Prelúdio Em Fa Menor, Op. 32 (Eduardo Dutra-1940)
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3. V “frevo,” from Ciclo Nordestino No. 4, Op. 43 (Marlos Nobre-1977)
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4. Prelúdio E Fuga - Prelúdio (Edino Krieger-1954)
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5. Prelúdio E Fuga - Fuga (Edino Krieger-1954)
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6. Danza Del Parque De Las Acacias (Francisco Cortés-Álvarez-2004)
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7. Sonatina - I Moderato (Edino Krieger-1957)
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8. Sonatina - II Allegro (Edino Krieger-1957)
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9. Suíte No 3 - I Allegro (Ronaldo Miranda-1973)
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10. Suíte No 3 - II Allegretto (Ronaldo Miranda-1973)
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11. Suíte No 3 - III Lento (Ronaldo Miranda-1973)
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12. Suíte No 3 - IV Allegro Gracioso (Ronaldo Miranda-1973)
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13. As Tres Marias - I Alnitah (Heitor Villa-Lobos-1939)
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14. As Tres Marias - II Alnilam (Heitor Villa-Lobos-1939)
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15. As Tres Marias - III Mintika (Heitor Villa-Lobos-1939)
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16. Sonatina (Ernst Mahle-1956)
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17. Preludio 1 (Gabriela Ortiz-2002)
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18. Preludio 2 (Gabriela Ortiz-2002)
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19. Preludio 3 (Gabriela Ortiz-2002)
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20. Sonata Breve - I Energico (Oscar Lorenzo Fernández-1947)
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21. Sonata Breve - II Largo E Pesante (Oscar Lorenzo Fernández-1947)
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22. Sonata Breve - III Impetuoso (Oscar Lorenzo Fernández-1947)
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23. Prelúdio (Edson Zampronha-2004)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Latin American Music Center is pleased to present the debut recording of pianist Daniel Inamorato, Grand Prize winner of the Second Latin American Music Recording Competition (2012).

With multiple awards in competitions in his native Brazil and abroad, Daniel Inamorato first encountered the piano at the age of five, when he started learning from his sister Viviane Louro and by age nine he performed his first concert as a soloist with orchestra.

He studied in Brazil with pianists Luciana Sayuri, Marisa Lacorte, and Eduardo Monteiro and received a bachelor degree in music from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, before being accepted at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music as a Barbara and David Jacobs Fellow to pursue a graduate degree under the tutelage of Arnaldo Cohen and Jean-Louis Haguenauer.

“This CD offers a unique collection of compositions for solo piano by Brazilian and Mexican composers; works from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that have rarely or never been recorded. Most of the pieces are either short explorations into modern pianistic sonorities or fusions of popular Latin American music with modern compositional techniques.” (Marysol Quevedo)

For extended liner notes and more information by Marysol Quevedo, please visit the LAMC dedicated website recordings: music.indiana.edu/lamc/recordings

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