Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Violin Concerto – Chávez-Buxtehude: Chaconne in E Minor (2023 Remastered Version) (1968/2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Carlos Chávez - Chávez: Violin Concerto  -  Chávez-Buxtehude: Chaconne in E Minor (2023 Remastered Version) (1968/2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Carlos Chávez
Album: Chávez: Violin Concerto – Chávez-Buxtehude: Chaconne in E Minor (2023 Remastered Version)
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 1968/2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 43:45
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,74 GB

Tracklist:

01. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: I. Largo – Allegro moderato (2023 Remastered Version) (14:49)
02. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: II. Poco meno mosso (2023 Remastered Version) (00:21)
03. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: III. Lo stesso tempo (2023 Remastered Version) (00:30)
04. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: IV. Meno mosso (2023 Remastered Version) (00:37)
05. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: V. Cadenza (2023 Remastered Version) (05:24)
06. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: VI. Tempo primo (2023 Remastered Version) (00:54)
07. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: VII. Poco meno mosso (2023 Remastered Version) (00:22)
08. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: VIII. Lo stesso tempo (2023 Remastered Version) (00:20)
09. Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra: IX. Lo stesso tempo (2023 Remastered Version) (13:42)
10. Carlos Chávez – Buxtehude: Chaconne in E Minor (2022 Remastered Version) (06:42)

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Carlos Chávez was one of the most influential champions of modern Mexican concert music. He was passionate about his Mexican musical heritage, and recognized this richness. In 1928, he helped to organize the Orquesta Sinfónica de México and was its principal conductor until 1949, when the orchestra became the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, as it is now known.With his Orquesta, Chávez conducted dozens of Mexican and world premieres, and commissioned new works by Mexican composers. He composed seven symphonies of his own, and dozens of other orchestral pieces. As his style developed, he began to incorporate native percussion instruments into his orchestrations, and he drew on the musics of indigenous Indian cultures for inspiration and techniques.

In this case he drew on the music of the composer and organist Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707). Buxtehude was the keyboard master whom the young J. S. Bach allegedly walked 200 miles to hear play. The chaconne, a form in which a single chord progression is reiterated and redecorated over and over again, has come down to us from the Baroque period. But it is easy to forget that the chaconne can trace its origins to a late 16th-century dance which was imported to Spain and Italy from Latin America. Chávez orchestrated the Buxtehude piece in 1937, and his already-mature orchestral style is used to great effect to bring out the dance qualities of the Chaconne.

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