Music from Mexico

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Jim Faston
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Re: Music from Mexico

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Here's a B&W version of the Gavota in D-flat by Manuel Ponce. The last page is a little wonky. Original file from IMSLP converted for a fellow PPer.
Ponce_Gavota.pdf
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bingo
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oren segev wrote: Sun Nov 08, 2009 6:18 am
ilu wrote:Oren: Gracias.

Looking into the "backyard" of the library in the Conservatory of Mexico City, I found this Ricardo Castro "Canción sin Palabras". that I share gadly with all PP2 memebers.

IU
Thanks again
I converted it too to a pdf format
Oren

Castro Ricardo-Song without word.pdf
Re-set to be more readable
CASTRO Canción sin palabras.pdf
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Jim Faston wrote: Sat May 26, 2018 8:47 am Anyone with the Two Pieces, Op.26 of Ricardo Castro? Thanks.

1. Valse-arabesque

2. Berceuse
CASTRO Op.26-1 Vals Arabesque.pdf
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Rosita Bal, or Rosa García Ascot (Spanish), 1902-2002. This Preludio was published (only) in Mexico.
Rosita Bal - Preludio (1947).pdf
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Hi Naturlaut,

Thanks for the score.

Rosa García Ascot (8 April 1902 in Madrid[1][2] – 2 May 2002 in Torrelaguna, Madrid) was a Spanish composer and pianist. She was the only woman in the famed Group of Eight, whose members also included Julián Bautista, Ernesto Halffter and his brother Rodolfo, Juan José Mantecón, Fernando Remacha, Salvador Bacarisse and Jesús Bal y Gay. She married Bal y Gay in 1933. Her more notable compositions include Suite para orquesta (Suite for orchestra), Preludio (Prelude), and the Concierto para piano y orquesta (Concerto for piano and orchestra).[3
Wikipedia.
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