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Berta Rojas: Terruno

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EDIN SOLIS Zarcero, Alajuela, Costa Rica 1963 PASAJE ABIERTO Suggestive of a journey with no return date, or even an ample, natural and free space, Pasaje Abierto (Open Ticket) was originally written in the year 2000 for the album 'Decadauno' of the group, ditus. Based on forms and sounds of Costa Rican popular music, the piece was adapted for the guitar at the request of the organizers of the National Guitar Competition of Costa Rica in 2005 so as to in include it as a mandatory piece. PRELUDIO (Tema de Alicia) The melodic and harmonious language of this movement evokes genres like New Age, Jazz and Boleros. This piece is part of the sound track of the 2005 documentary 'Coiba Paraso Salvaje' by director Rick Rosenthal under the title Tema de Alicia (Alice's Theme). DANZA Strongly influenced by Afro-Caribbean rhythms typical of the Costa Rican Atlantic coast, this piece is conceived as a study in E Major for the right hand. The melody, carried by the thumb, generally rests on the guitar's medium and low registers. The high notes create an ostinato effect, present throughout most of the work. JUAN FAL Tucumn, Argentina 1948 DE LA RAZ A LA COPA This composition is part of the Cantata Fraterna, an unpublished work with lyrics by Pepe Nez set to the music. Cantatas are tales of the generational experiences of Argentina in the seventies, cut short by the military dictatorship installed in 1976. This piece in particular was a song of hope in light of the tragic experiences of that generation, that is, a work with lyrics and music disseminated in it's instrumental version. There is one verse that encapsulates the idea: 'Branch, tender and new Recently wet I feel the tree in me Broad and sought-after' It's name, 'De la raz a la copa' (From the Roots to the Crown) also synthesizes an idea of the kind of art I personally identify with; composing the music of my land, deep-rooted and fruit-bearing. From the dance perspective, it is a Gato, one of the most traditional and popular dances of Argentina. CHE GALOPA This composition is dedicated to Berta Rojas. In the words of Juan Falu: I consciously sought to imbue it with an air of her Paraguayan homeland. You might call it a fusion of very popular musical genres of Paraguay and the northeast of Argentina, such as the Galopa, Polca and the Chamam. 'Che' is a Guaran word meaning 'my' or 'mine.' Therefore, it is My Galopa, but actually it is more Berta's than mine, as she inspired it. It has the binary rhythm in which the melody is in 6/8 and the bass line in 3/4, characteristic of our folk music. The musical idea revolves around successions of dominant chords with diminished fifths. I consider it a personal honor that the person to whom the composition was dedicated should include it in her album. QUIQUE SINESI Argentina, 1960 I always say that composition is to me what writing is to a poet or painting to an artistic painter. Many times a predetermined idea or starting point exists; it can be an idea for a melody, a line of basses, a rhythm, a harmony, and so on, but beyond these purely technical aspects, I like it when something magical happens and the starting point is an inspiration arising out of every day life. LAURA This lively piece is named after my daughter Laura and was written when she was very young. It reflects the joyful nature of a small child at play. TERRUO This song is inspired by my homeland (Terrruo) and the feeling of being part of it. As musicians we spend a lot of time travelling from one place to another and highly cherish feeling a place is our own, with it's sounds, smell, colors and everything else that speaks beyond words. The rhythm of the Chacarera and at times airs from the Argentine coast are present in this piece. ALTA PAZ Many years ago when I first discovered the city of La Paz, Bolivia, I felt greatly moved and began to understand Bolivian culture a bit more. Still today I hold in my memory the images of that first impression of this 4000 meter high city. The music is based on the Huaino rhythm and a very simple melody that ensues

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  • 01. Laura
  • 02. Preludio
  • 03. Danza
  • 04. Cancion Hacia Vos
  • 05. Terruno
  • 06. Alta Paz
  • 07. Frevo
  • 08. Baiao Malandro
  • 09. Che Galopa
  • 10. Maseline Harbour
  • 11. Mavre Gosselin
  • 12. Cycles in the Avenue
  • 13. La Moinerie
  • 14. Descent from la Coupee
  • 15. Movido
  • 16. Tranquilo
  • 17. Tangueando
  • 18. IV
  • 19. Andando
  • 20. Movido Da Capo

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