Castro / Weber / Garibay: El Arbol de la Vida

SKU: 37027018
Castro / Weber / Garibay: El Arbol de la Vida

Castro / Weber / Garibay: El Arbol de la Vida

SKU: 37027018

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Title: El Arbol de la Vida
Artist: Castro / Weber / Garibay
Label: Naxos
UPC: 747313390274
Genre: Classical Artists

The impetus of the Mexican Revolution galvanized the use of indigenous melodies in a new and original wave of musical compositions that loosened dependence on European models. Jose Moncayo's infectiously joyful 'Huapango,' one of Mexico's best-known works is, in it's distinct national character, deeply rooted in folk music. Silvestre Revueltas's 'La Noche de los mayas' is a symphonic suite derived from film music that employs Mexican percussion instruments in a vividly inventive way. The process of linking folk influence with classical techniques continues to the present day with Hebert Vazquez's 'El arbol de la vida' which uses the folk style known as the 'son.' Mexican guitarist Pablo Garibay has established himself as a leading force on the international classical guitar scene with a repertoire that includes the great guitar concertos, notably those by Rodrigo, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Ponce, and Villa-Lobos. As a concerto soloist, he made his debut with the Orquesta Filarmonica de la Ciudad de Mexico and has since appeared as a soloist with orchestras throughout Europe and the Americas.


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