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Villa Lobos Live!
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Villa Lobos Live!

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This is an important issue, on musical as well as historical grounds. This splendid pianist played the work as it's premiere in London in 1955 with the composer at the podium. Villa Lobos Magazine

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Villa Lobos Live!

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Villa Lobos Live!
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This CD presents Villa-Lobos conducting the Vienna Symphony Orchestra performing 5th Piano Concerto with pianist and dedicatee, Felicja Blumental. This disc also includes Villa-Lobos’ Bachianas Brasileiras No. 3 and other solo piano piano works.

Heitor Villa Lobos - Piano Concerto No. 5 (Live)
Felicja Blumental - piano
Heitor Villa-Lobos - conductor
Vienna Symphony Orchestra

  • Allegro non troppo (5'47) Play track
  • Poco adagio (6'11) Play track
  • Allegretto scherzando - Allegretto(7'44) Play track

Heitor Villa-Lobos - Garibaldi foi a Missa (1'24)
Felicja Blumental - piano

Heitor Villa-Lobos - Dança do Indio Branco (3'24)
Felicja Blumental - piano

Camargo Guarnieri - Dança Brasileira (2'13)
Felicja Blumental - piano

Francisco Mignone - Senerata Humoristica (1'59)
Felicja Blumental - piano

Heitor Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No.3 for Piano and Orchestra
Felicja Blumental - piano
Luigi Toffolo - conductor
Filarmonica Triestina

  • Preludio (6'50)
  • Fantasia (6'28)
  • Aria (8'53)
  • Toccata (7'20)
Total running time (58'27)


Liner Notes:

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Heitor Villa-Lobos was born on 5th March 1887 in Rio de Janeiro. His father taught him from the age of 6 to play the cello using a specially adapted viola.

Music filled the Villa-Lobos household and every Saturday, respected musicians...

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