ALBERTO GINASTERA MALAMBO PDF

Ginastera was musically talented as a child and studied in Buenos Aires at the Conservatorio Williams and the National Conservatory. He received a Guggenheim award and lived in the United States in — His synthesis of techniques is unique and eclectic , and he makes use of microtones smaller than half tones , serial procedures basing works on selected series of pitches, rhythms, etc. This highly dissonant score is a reworking of a cantata of the same name for narrator, male voice, and chamber orchestra, commissioned by the E.

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It was very popular in the 20th century, and often associated with independence movements. Popular nationalist composers include Aaron Copland U. A , Ralph Vaughan Williams U. He studied music at the conservatory in Buenos Aires and quickly gained popularity as a young composer, particularly for his two early ballet suites, Panambi and Estancia.

While the country loved his music, Argentina was going through some stuff in the mid 20th century, and Ginastera was forced to leave in Ginastera came to the United States and studied with Aaron Copland , which honestly makes so much sense because these guys had a lot of the same vibe going on.

They were also both dedicated to the traditional forms of classical music so it was a great teaching partnership for this phase of their lives. I hate when composers do this. Luckily, Estancia and some other works were already so firmly beloved and already essentially locked into the Argentinian musical canon, they survived the purge. He whittled the ballet down to a suite Danzas del Ballet Estancia, op. People lost their minds because this piece is awesome, and it was an instant success.

Danzas del Ballet Estancia fit in well with the current trend toward Nationalism in music, so this piece gained international popularity quickly. Standard horse-boy meets farm-girl love stuff. These four danzas are excerpted from that larger story. Los trabajadores agricolas Agricultural workers The sun rises as we begin our journey through a regular day in the life of a gaucho.

Like the danza final, it also features a malambo, which is an Argentinian dance for men originated in gaucho culture to show off some really hardcore percussive footwork, sick boots and stern faces. This malambo is just a minor dance scuffle though, nothing compared to what awaits us later. Los Peones de hacienda The Cattlemen The Cattlemen are, at least according to this music, really aggressive.

I feel like the syncopated bass line of this is basically a big dude in gaucho pants swaggering his hips around in musical form. Also some hardcore timpani happening in this movement. Which of course leads us to our…. Danza final Malambo Final Dance…. A dudely dance-off. The way these jousting dance contests work is a last-man-standing-wins kind of deal, so the music is repetitive but increasingly rhythmically complex and FAST to try and knock out competitors.

These contests typically went well into the night and even into the next morning, so the idea here is that this contest closes at dawn, giving us a complete day in the life of a gaucho, dawn to dawn. The whole piece has a forward driven motion, emphasized by the 2 against 3 polyrhythm Ginastera plays with throughout the piece.

So some parts of the orchestra are dividing up those 6 beats into 2 big divisions of 3 little beats, and others are dividing it up into 3 big divisions of 2 smaller beats.

This creates an off-centered feeling groove that is crazy satisfying once you settle into it. Link here to a video of a robotic computer graphic showing how the beats line up to create that effect. As an audience member this can make it a little hard to get into the groove, so I would encourage you to watch the conductor to help pick up the big beats, because this music is so fun if you can groove along and feel centered in the off-centeredness.

Enjoy the ride, remember if you get off-beat that this music is supposed to be tricking dancers into messing up. The melody is passed around to different parts of the orchestra and once you get to in the above video you start hearing these dissonant rips in the horns, and those start to get passed around the orchestra as well.

All that technical blather aside, this is a dance contest. I challenge you to groove the heck out during this piece, put on those gaucho pants, and stay up till dawn dancing with your friends.

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It was very popular in the 20th century, and often associated with independence movements. Popular nationalist composers include Aaron Copland U. A , Ralph Vaughan Williams U. He studied music at the conservatory in Buenos Aires and quickly gained popularity as a young composer, particularly for his two early ballet suites, Panambi and Estancia. While the country loved his music, Argentina was going through some stuff in the mid 20th century, and Ginastera was forced to leave in Ginastera came to the United States and studied with Aaron Copland , which honestly makes so much sense because these guys had a lot of the same vibe going on. They were also both dedicated to the traditional forms of classical music so it was a great teaching partnership for this phase of their lives.

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