Argentinian Music

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by phikfy » Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:36 am

phikfy wrote:...because of which I need to split the files into FOUR... Luckily it is still legible. Please enjoy!!
Mod edit: Parts 3 & 4 removed - full version available below. FB

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by fleubis » Thu Jan 05, 2012 4:22 am

Koon, Thanks for the lovely Buchardo sonatina.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by parag » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:36 am

Thanks Koon for the Buchardo! I had scanned the Notturno long ago, haven't seen much by Buchardo ever since. Would love to see more if you have any...

Your scan is nice but I have taken the liberty to optimize it a little... not as good as I would have liked it but here it is.

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Buchardo - Sonatina.pdf
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by phikfy » Fri Jan 06, 2012 5:27 am

parag wrote:Your scan is nice but I have taken the liberty to optimize it a little... not as good as I would have liked it but here it is.
Thanks for optimizing. Very good indeed!!

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Scriabinoff » Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:49 am

Argentina - Roberto Caamano ('tilde'/~ over the n )
"from answers"
"b Buenos Aires, 7 July 1923 ). Argentinian pianist and composer. He has appeared as a pianist throughout Latin America, Europe and the USA, and held posts at the Buenos Aires Conservatory (from 1956) and the Catholic University of Argentina (from 1966). In 1960-63 he was artistic director of the Teatro Colón. Besides numerous religious works and songs, he has written two piano concertos and prizewinning string pieces."

will be on the lookout for those concertos....

Op. 6 Seis Preludios (Six Preludes)-1952 -
Caamano Roberto Seis Preludios (Six Preludes) Op 6 Nos I - IV.pdf
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Scriabinoff » Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:53 am

Scriabinoff wrote:Argentina - Roberto Caamano ('tilde'/~ over the n )
"from answers"
"b Buenos Aires, 7 July 1923 ). Argentinian pianist and composer. He has appeared as a pianist throughout Latin America, Europe and the USA, and held posts at the Buenos Aires Conservatory (from 1956) and the Catholic University of Argentina (from 1966). In 1960-63 he was artistic director of the Teatro Colón. Besides numerous religious works and songs, he has written two piano concertos and prizewinning string pieces."


will be on the lookout for those concertos....

Op. 6 Seis Preludios (Six Preludes)
-1952
the rest of them.
Caamano Roberto Seis Preludios (Six Preludes) Op 6 Nos V and VI.pdf
i was informed the Boosey and Hawkes is handling his music nowadays. I believe we can post out of print, 'rare' scores i.e old editions am I correct? I believe this is the original as it appeared in 1952 from the first publisher in Argentina.

If I made a 'boo boo' I'm sorry and I'll promptly remove.

Muchas Gracias,
Don Scriabinoff.
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Re: Argentinian music

Post by naturlaut » Tue Sep 25, 2012 11:10 am

Remo Pignoni (1915 - 1988)

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This collection isn't simply a reprint of works published during the composer's lifetime, it has involved much NEW editorial work, hence the 2008 Copyright notice. I have therefore removed the file.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Jean-Séb » Tue Sep 25, 2012 5:01 pm

Wow, this is a big collection. Thank you.

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by Timtin » Tue Sep 25, 2012 6:41 pm

It certainly is, and very recent.
http://www.epsapublishing.com.ar/remo_pignoni#0

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Re: Argentinian music

Post by lito valle » Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:35 am

Otras obras de R. Pignoni
Pignoni, Remo - Danzas tradicionales para piano.pdf
(publ. 1971)(mms)
Saludos
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