Alberto Ginastera. Cinco canciones populares argentinas (5 Popular Argentinian Songs), for voice and piano, Op. Composition Information ↓; Description. Ginastera, Alberto. Cinco canciones populares argentinas. Five Argentine Folk Songs op. 10 (). Voice and piano. Duration: 9′. Territory. This work is. Cinco canciones populares argentinas. Word count: Song Cycle by Alberto Ginastera ( – ). Show the texts alone (bare mode).
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Streams Videos All Posts. There may be a link between the chacarera and the chaconnewhich is described in The New Oxford Companion to Music as follows: Harp Concerto Piano Concerto No.
Retrieved from ” https: The vocal part is based in a repeated four-bar theme, with guitar introduction and postlude. Musical influences and style [ edit ] In these songs, Ginastera draws from the Argentine cancionero popularwhich catalogues the traditional songs and dances of each province and is used, in turn, to teach these to school children. Some composers used the same melody throughout the piece, repeating it in the manner of a ground bass.
Triste While “triste” translated literally means “sad” or “sorrowful,” the title of this song is not an adjective but rather, like the rest of the opus 10 songs, an indication of the song or dance type: In these pieces, Ginastera places virtuosic demands on the pianist while allowing the singer to convey emotion in an understated vocal line.
The setting of such folk songs and folk poetry was not, of course, without precedent: In these songs, Ginastera draws from the Argentine cancionero popularwhich catalogues the traditional songs and dances of each province and is used, in turn, to teach these to school children.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Both the vocal melody and the accompaniment are in C majorbut Ginastera “adds dissonance and dislocates tones horizontally to lend a polytonal aura to the background, [and] in the instrumental interludes between vocal stanzas, there is a frank espousal of bitonalitysimilar to sections of the earlier Danzas Argentinas ” Wallace, Sounds of Brazil and Argentina: The form is based on the choreography of the six-part dance for one or two split couples: Chacarera [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: This Heart that Flutters.
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In Argentinathe militant revolutionary activity of the late s and early s solidified the power of politicians who, according to Aaron Coplandplaced musical policy entirely in the hands of “a small group of conservative musicians” Aaron Copland, “The Composers of South America,” Modern Music vol.
The second song, whose title translates simply as “sad,” is a plaintively melancholy look at unrequited love.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since Your gift is greatly appreciated. Our research has never had any government or institutional funding, so if you found the information here useful, please consider making a donation. Zamba With no relation to the Brazilian sambathe Argentine zamba is a graceful eighteenth century scarf dance of Peruvian origin.
Compositions by Alberto Ginastera compositions Classical song cycles. This page was last edited on 5 Juneat The five songs of Ginastera’s opus 10 [ edit ] 1. The playful rhythms of the chacarera, from which the first song takes its name, complement the lighthearted nature of the opening text: The melody combines diatonic and pentatonic elements, characteristic of Incan pentatonic scales, with the reiterated tone G and its embellishing quartal grace notes in the introduction serving to establish “the pentatonic flavor of the succeeding melody” Wallace, Views Read Edit View history.
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Ediciones Culturales Argentinas, It is a rapid dance in triple meter for one or two couples, which begins argenfinas the beating of the feet on the ground while the guitarist strums the introductory bars. I like the pug-nosed girls, and one has smitten me. Piano Music, Volume 3. In this case, it is a nostalgic song of unrequited love.
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As with “Chacarera,” the words of “Gato,” though not entirely nonsensical, are more significant for their rhythm than for their meaning. The cancioones was constructed upon one of a series of typical harmonic schemes e.
Cinco canciones populares argentinas are a set of five songs for voice and pianocomprising both entirely new compositions as well as new settings of existing melodieswritten in by Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera as his opus Introspection Late Night Partying.
It was initially popular in ChileMexicoand Peru, but found its greatest prosperity in both the rural and urban areas of Argentina from the late eighteenth through the late nineteenth centuries.
The five songs are as follows:. The third poem also addresses this subject, flavoring faintly traditional rhythms and figures with occasional and dramatic harmonic discord. Zamba [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: The five gonastera are as follows: The ancestry of the rhythms is even more obscured here; further, the odd modality and chromaticism of the accompaniment provide the traditional lullaby melody with an intriguing flavor.