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Waltz Steps

by Thomas Aber

Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Francisco Mignone 16 Waltzes - Aquela Modinha Que O Villa Nao Escreveu
1:38 album only
2. F. Mignone 16 Waltzes - A Boa Pascoa Para Voce, Devos
2:10 album only
3. F. Mignone 16 Waltzes - Misterio
2:04 album only
4. F.Mignone 16 Waltzes - Valsa da Outra Esquina
3:14 album only
5. F. Mignone 16 Waltzes - Valsa Em Si Bemol Menor (Dolorosa)
3:21 album only
6. F. Mignone - Valsa-Choro
3:07 album only
7. F. Mignone - Valsa Impovisada
3:11 album only
8. F. Mignone - Apanhei-Te, Meu Claroninho* *(Originally Fagotinho)
1:27 album only
9. F. Mignone - 6a Valsa Brasileira
4:26 album only
10. F. Mignone - +1 3/4
2:49 album only
11. F. Mignone - Valsa Declamada (O Viuvo)
1:56 album only
12. F. Mignone - Pattapiada
2:03 album only
13. F. Mignone - Valsa Quase Modinheira
2:39 album only
14. F. Mignone - Valsa Ingenua
1:44 album only
15. F. Mignone - A Escrava Que Nao Era Isaura
4:58 album only
16. F. Mignone - Macunaima
2:36 album only
17. Elliott Carter - Steep Steps
3:23 album only


Album Notes
WALTZ STEPS - Music of Francisco Mignone and Elliott Carter
Thomas Aber, Bass Clarinet

WALTZ STEPS presents music by two composers from opposite ends of the stylistic spectrum of "art" music from the end of the twentieth century and beginning of the twenty-first. Francisco Mignone is a traditionalist, whose music looks back to the romantic style of his youth in Brazil, while Elliott Carter's music has continually looked away from convention and created new sound worlds throughout his compositional career. Nevertheless, Mignone's VALSAS and Carter's STEEP STEPS have much in common. Composed twenty years apart, both of the works were written by composers well advanced in age who had decades of compositional experience and whose musical languages had evolved throughout those years. While Mignone's music is definitely tonal , Carter's frequently sounds tonal at a given moment, but then quickly moves on. All the pieces are miniatures averaging about three minutes in length. Mignone's VALSAS each have a distinct character, while STEEP STEPS shifts character and mood from phrase to phrase.



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