Brass, piano and percussion

67. GRAN CACEROLAZO (2010) ca. 12'

For piano, strings and percussion

Program Notes


Written for Gabriela Montero

Premiered by Gabriela Montero, piano and Kremerata Baltica with
Andrei Pushkarev, percussion at Laeiszhalle, Hamburg on March 6, 2010

59. SURFAY (2007) ca. 3'

For flute and marimba
Commissioned by flutist Luis Julio Toro for a recording with Ricardo Gallardo, marimbist with the Tambuco Ensemble of Mexico

 

58. SYMPHONY FOR BRASS AND PERCUSSION (2007) ca. 17’

Commissioned by El Sistema in Caracas

Von Caracas
Guasa Platz
Kiti Platz

 

2 picc tp Bb/6 tp Bb/2 flug/6hr/4ten tb/4bss tb/1bar/2tba timp.perc(2):3toms/2rototoms/snr/
pedl bss tom/timbales/cyms/crash cyms/ assrtdcwblls (6,lrg&sml)/assrtd wdbl/
vibrslap/B-hiB-C#-F-hiF gongs/maracas/tambora (wood rimmed tom)

57. PORTICO EN MODO CRETICO (2007) ca. 6’

For 15 trumpets and timpani in one movementCommissioned by El Sistema for members of the Venezuelan Youth OrchestraPremiered at the Teatro Teresa Carreño in Caracas in May 2008 by members of the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra conducted by Diego Matheuz


28. THREE TROPICAL MOVES (1999) ca. 22’

Commissioned by the New Juilliard Ensemble

For large ensemble (19 chamber players) in three movements

Mecamixteca
Cenizas
Gran Bululu


1.1(E.hr).2 (II=Bs.cl). 2 (II= ctrbsn)-0.1.1.0-marimba-vibraphone-celesta-harp-strings (6.4.3.3.1 minimum)
Premiered at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City in December 1999 by the New Juilliard Ensemble,
conducted by Joel Sachs

23. ZARPA EL FESTIVARPA (1997) ca. 17’

Commissioned for the 1998 Third Latin-American Harp Convention

For nine chromatic harps, two diatonic Venezuelan folk harps, celesta, marimba, percussion, bass and cuatro (Venezuelan guitar)

Premiered by the International Harp Orchestra Auditorio de la Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas in 1998,
conducted by Alfredo Rugeles


19. 4½ MOVEMENTS FOR VIOLIN AND MARIMBA (1996) ca. 18’

Commissioned by Marimolin violin and marimba duet with support by Meet the Composer

("1/2 movement" is with tape accompaniment)

US premiere at the Dallas International Percussion Festival in 1998 with Gordon Stout, marimba
Paris premiere at the Conservatoire de Paris in 2003



 

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