formed Argentine musical creation and Ginastera’s place within it. The Musical .. According to popular belief, this dance received its name from the tracks that. Alberto Ginastera. Danzas argentinas, 3 pieces for piano, Op. 2. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on. A. Ginastera – Danzas Argentina / Pequena Dance – Music.
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Purchasable with gift card. Alberto Evaristo Ginastera April 11, — June 25, was born in Buenos Aires where he studied, and gradueted at the National Conservatory in He held a number of teaching posts.
Danzas argentinas, 3 pieces for piano, Op. 2
Ginastera moved back to the United States in and then in to Europe. Much of Ginastera’s works were inspired by the Gauchesco tradition. This tradition holds that the Gaucho, or landless native horseman gonastera the plains, is a symbol of Argentina. Written inthey are set of three dances, and they encompass his Opus 2.
Ginastera makes use of gratuitous dissonance in this piece, often using minor seconds to harmonize otherwise simple melodies. The jubilant sound of the C section is achieved by harmonizing every single melody note with a major chord, even if they are totally foreign to the tonic key.
The D section, by contrast, does not use a single accidental; here, jubilance is expressed through the use of brisk tempo, strong rhythm, fortissimo, and a simple, majestic chord progression.
As might be expected from the savageness of the rest of the piece, the coda is anything but subtle: Tags classical piano piano solo Argentina. Ginastera “Danza del viejo boyero” de Danzas Argentinas Op.
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