Composers from South America (excl Brazil & Argentina)

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Hi Jim:

According to your request, please contact me.

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Courtesy of the Chilean University ... Enrique Soro piano Sonata no.1 and second VIOLIN sonata, hopefully it doesnt gets sold around websites...

Tony
Enrique Soro - Violin Sonata No.2.pdf
Enrique Soro - Piano Sonata No.1.pdf
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Hi all,

Any Alberto Williams "En la Sierra", Op.32 (for piano) out there?

Many thanks.
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Pianoman wrote: Sun Jun 07, 2020 9:32 pmAny Alberto Williams "En la Sierra", Op.32 (for piano) out there?
I have no.1 ...
williams, alberto - op. 32 no. 1 la colina sombreada.pdf
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fredbucket wrote: Sun Jun 07, 2020 11:37 pm
Pianoman wrote: Sun Jun 07, 2020 9:32 pmAny Alberto Williams "En la Sierra", Op.32 (for piano) out there?
I have no.1 ...williams, alberto - op. 32 no. 1 la colina sombreada.pdf
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That's (literally) a start!

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Here are four by Alberto Williams. -nms-
Williams, Alberto_Recuerdos de la Infancia, Op.2.pdf
Williams, Alberto_En la Sierra, Op.32.pdf
Williams, Alberto_Heuyas, Op.33.pdf
Williams, Alberto_Vidalita, Op.45 No.3.pdf
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Jim Faston wrote: Mon Jun 08, 2020 12:52 pm Here are four by Alberto Williams. -nms-Williams, Alberto_Recuerdos de la Infancia, Op.2.pdfWilliams, Alberto_En la Sierra, Op.32.pdfWilliams, Alberto_Heuyas, Op.33.pdfWilliams, Alberto_Vidalita, Op.45 No.3.pdf
Wonderful!!!

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Jim Faston wrote: Mon Jun 08, 2020 12:52 pm Here are four by Alberto Williams. -nms-Williams, Alberto_Recuerdos de la Infancia, Op.2.pdfWilliams, Alberto_En la Sierra, Op.32.pdfWilliams, Alberto_Heuyas, Op.33.pdfWilliams, Alberto_Vidalita, Op.45 No.3.pdf
Is there a "Primera Sonata Argentina", also, by any chance?

Thanks!
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Some more chilean stuff for piano peeps.
Guillermo Deichert (1828-1871) was born in Germany but later resided in southern Chile. He is virtually unknown in Chile as well. He brought many materials from the old continent for improving the still nascent method of instruction on music in 19th century Chile. From most of the works i've found on 19th century chilean music, Dreichert's music is more substancial compared to the other light music from various miscellaneous composers throughout the century.

Guillermo Frick (1813-1905) (Wilhelm Frick Eltze) was a lawyer and musician and later a teacher of Physics and chemistry. Attached is a piece dedicated to Ignace Domeyko, a mazurka titled "the hope of the poles"

J.Oliva Guzman - Luz electrica or Electric Light, a valse hommage to edison. I couldnt find information on this guy yet.


Enrique Soro is more well known already and i post 2 pieces here as well as Pedro Humberto Allende's 6 pieces for piano 4 hands.
Telesforo Cabero - La Rosa Argentina.pdf
Soro - Consolacion tempo di valzer.pdf
Soro - Ay si puedo for Piano.pdf
Pedro Humberto Allende - 6 piezas para cuatro manos.pdf
Laura R de garrido - Brisas de malleco.pdf
J.Oliva Guzman - Luz Eletrica Valse.pdf
Guillermo Frick - La esperanza de los polacos mazurka para Ignacio Domeyko.pdf
Guillermo Deichert - Album de chile.pdf
Gillermo Dreichert - Valsa Brillante la graciosa op.11.pdf
Gillermo Deichert - Zamacueca Op.9.pdf
Gillermo Deichert - Grande Fantasie sur des airs nationaux chilenois.pdf
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Great post. Thank you.
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