Ce volume de croquis par Eisenstein de l'année 1931 à sa mort en 1948, a été publié à partir de croquis qu'il a faites après son séjour mexicain et ne comprend pas fonctionne apparemment fait au cours de cet épisode de sa vie. Ce qui nous laisse avec la perspective alléchante d'espérons voir un jour un volume supplémentaire de carnets de croquis mexicains déchaînés des griffes de Jay Leyda et l'ex KGB apparatchik qui gardent ces documents sous clé à Saint-Pétersbourg. …
Here's an easy call: these are the finest recordings of these works currently available. In reviewing the individual releases, I had perhaps one small reservation concerning the disc containing Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4, but this evaporates in the face of the achievement as a whole. Both cycles, the Bachianas Brasileiras and the Choros, constitute two of the most original, colorful, and enjoyable collections of works by any 20th-century composer. They belong in every serious record collection, and they have never been so consistently well performed and recorded. At last, Villa-Lobos' compatriots have managed to do his quirky genius full justice. The excellent disc of solo guitar music makes a fine and thoughtful bonus, and at seven discs for the price of three, you'd have to be insane not to grab this set immediately.
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The Mexican Revolution is on its way when six brave peasants, known as "Los Leones de San Pablo", decide to join Pancho Villa's army and help end the suffering in their community by assisting in the struggle. After several battles and valiant heroics, the original group is eventually reduced to the leader Tiburcio Maya (Frausto) and young Becerrillo (Vallarino). When Becerrillo is infected by smallpox, Villa orders Tiburcio to kill him and burn the corpse. After reluctantly doing his duty, Tiburcio is ordered to leave the army, and returns home
For his fifth album, Ackerman added new instrumental colors to his guitar work.
These four pieces are arranged for solo guitar along with four duets, featuring cello, English horn, piano by George Winston and violin by Darol Anger.