Luis Diaz Santana | Mexican Music for Guitar, From the 19th Century

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Mexican Music for Guitar, From the 19th Century

by Luis Diaz Santana

Mexican pieces from the 19th century, for the 7 string guitar. Variedad de piezas mexicanas del siglo XIX, para guitarra séptima.
Genre: Classical: Romantic Era
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1. La coliflor, vals
2:56 $0.99
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2. La tepiqueña, vals
3:32 $0.99
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3. La sultana, polka
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4. Danza habanera
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5. Polka en Re
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6. El primer amor, redova
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7. La marcha militar
3:46 $0.99
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8. La primavera, contradanza
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9. La verdadera mazurka
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10. Encantadora, vals
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Album Notes
The mexican musical production of the 19th century is among the least known cultural phenomena. This music resulted from a large number of influences: it was dominated by italian opera and, later, by art and folk songs from France and Spain. However, these external influences were assimilated and appropiated through a process wich enriched the original musical forms.

La produccion musical mexicana del siglo XIX es un fenomeno escasamente conocido. El arte sonoro fue resultado de un gran numero de influencias: primeramente dominado por la opera italiana y despues por la cancion francesa y española. Sin embargo, dichas influencias externas eran asimiladas y apropiadas en Mexico, enriqueciendo las formas musicales originales. Si bien es cierto que el piano fue uno de los instrumentos de mayor aceptación por los mexicanos decimonónicos, también es verdad que la guitarra se convirtió en compañera inseparable de las tertulias y días de campo. En el presente album incluimos piezas originales para guitarra de autores anónimos, publicadas a mediados del siglo XIX.

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