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In this album Mauricio Arias-Esguerra offers a kaleidoscopic view of recent Colombian piano music, highlighting it's striking stylistic variety. Germ√°n Dar√≠o P√©rez sees a traditional dance through a jazzy lens, and Blas Emilio Atehort√ļa takes a post-serial approach in his Preludio, Variaciones y Presto Alucinante. The influence of progressive rock music can be heard in Gustavo Parra's Pavec Lingus, as can Jaime Le√≥n's love of US American music in his Made in U.S.A. preludes; and there is techno and angst in Ian Frederick's Suite Catrina. Arias-Esguerra's own contributions are highly contrasted, with lyricism in his Arizona Mirage and rhythmic drive in his Toccata Bachkovsky.
In this album Mauricio Arias-Esguerra offers a kaleidoscopic view of recent Colombian piano music, highlighting it's striking stylistic variety. Germ√°n Dar√≠o P√©rez sees a traditional dance through a jazzy lens, and Blas Emilio Atehort√ļa takes a post-serial approach in his Preludio, Variaciones y Presto Alucinante. The influence of progressive rock music can be heard in Gustavo Parra's Pavec Lingus, as can Jaime Le√≥n's love of US American music in his Made in U.S.A. preludes; and there is techno and angst in Ian Frederick's Suite Catrina. Arias-Esguerra's own contributions are highly contrasted, with lyricism in his Arizona Mirage and rhythmic drive in his Toccata Bachkovsky.
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Format: CD
Label: Toccata
Rel. Date: 07/30/2021
UPC: 5060640070158

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Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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In this album Mauricio Arias-Esguerra offers a kaleidoscopic view of recent Colombian piano music, highlighting it's striking stylistic variety. Germ√°n Dar√≠o P√©rez sees a traditional dance through a jazzy lens, and Blas Emilio Atehort√ļa takes a post-serial approach in his Preludio, Variaciones y Presto Alucinante. The influence of progressive rock music can be heard in Gustavo Parra's Pavec Lingus, as can Jaime Le√≥n's love of US American music in his Made in U.S.A. preludes; and there is techno and angst in Ian Frederick's Suite Catrina. Arias-Esguerra's own contributions are highly contrasted, with lyricism in his Arizona Mirage and rhythmic drive in his Toccata Bachkovsky.

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