Music from Mexico

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Music from Mexico

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Some pieces from Mexico.
Ponce - Adios Mi Bien.pdf
Liberal - La Chartia.pdf
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Igod82:

Thank you for posting this thread, as a Mexican, I will gladly contribute with my scores.

Manuel María Ponce, one on the most representatives Mexican composers: (8 December 1882 – 24 April 1948) was a distinguished Mexican composer active in the 20th century. His work as a composer, music educator and scholar of Mexican music connected the concert scene with a usually forgotten tradition of popular song and Mexican folklore. Many of his compositions are strongly influenced by the harmonies and form of traditional songs.
PONCE MANUEL M-Romanza de Amor.pdf.pdf
Ponce - Intermezzo No[1]. 1.pdf
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Some more by Ponce
And transcription by him to Moscheles-Etude op 70-1
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Moscheles-Ponce op70n1 Etude.pdf
Ponce Elegia De La Ausencia.pdf
Ponce - Intermezzo No. 3.pdf
Ponce - Intermezzo No. 2.pdf
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Lets not post Ponce that has already been posted for the previous few years.... Maybe wait until someone requests a score, before we post all the more common ponce pieces.
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Igod82 wrote:Lets not post Ponce that has already been posted for the previous few years.... Maybe wait until someone requests a score, before we post all the more common Ponce pieces.
This seems very sensible to me. After all, there is nothing to stop people listing what they have, best done perhaps in an uploaded text file, so that members can always request something they would like to see. We can also of course search the old Pianophilia board and request something we know was posted previously.
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Julio Ituarte (1845-1905). Mexican Composer, Pianist and Conductor. I uploaded “Ecos de México” in Latin-American Art Music thread.

Now I am posting a piano transcription “Confidente Alla Stella by V. Robaudi (?).
CONFIDENTE ALLA STELLA JULIO ITUARTE195.pdf
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Asi Me Gusta !!! I have some ituarte also, will post soon.
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Julio Ituarte: "CHIST", is a Berceuse for piano and a poem for a little girl.
It is an original melodie and may be considered as a ratity.

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CHIST JULIO ITUARTE193.pdf
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Some Ricardo Castro
Castro - Mazurka Melencolique.pdf
Castro - Danza Frivola.pdf
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More Ricardo Castro:
Castro - Op[1].17 Valse Impromptu.pdf
Castro_Op19_Valse_Reveuse.pdf
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