℗ 2015 Genuin
Released May 5, 2015
Duration 1h 05m 58s
Record Label Genuin
Catalogue No. GEN15358
Genre Classical (Wind Ensemble)
 

Alma Llanera: Soul of the Plains (Venezuelan Music)

Alma Llanera Quintet, Saxon Wind Philharmonic, Thomas Clamor

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Medley Calipsos  
1.1
Bandido-Caracas Caracas (arr. by R. Osuna)
Anonymous; Rafael Osuna; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
3:03
1.2
Conga del Fuego Nuevo (arr. by O. Nickel)
Arturo Márquez; Oliver Nickel; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
4:44
Venezuela y su Música  
1.3
Grandes Maestros del Folklore Venezolano (arr. by L. Ruiz & L. Herrera)
Traditional; Luis Fernando Ruiz; Luis Herrera; Alma Llanera Quintet; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
18:52
1.4
Los Merecures. Folklore, version after Jesús Hernández (arr. by L. Herrera)
Traditional; Luis Herrera; Alma Llanera Quintet
2:14
Aires Tropicales  
1.5
IV. Vals Venezolano
Paquito D'Rivera; Bläserquintett der Sächsischen Bläserphilharmonie
2:01
1.6
El Gaban de Figueredo (arr. by L. Herrera)
Traditional; Luis Herrera; Alma Llanera Quintet
2:44
1.7
VI. Contradanza
Paquito D'Rivera; Bläserquintett der Sächsischen Bläserphilharmonie
1:54
1.8
El Saltarin (arr. by A. Romero & L. Herrera)
Angel Romero; Antonio Carrillo; Luis Herrera; Alma Llanera Quintet
2:14
1.9
Tico-tico Bird in the Cornmeal (arr. by A. Tarkmann)
Zequinha de Abreu; Andreas Tarkmann; Bläserquintett der Sächsischen Bläserphilharmonie
2:36
1.10
Canaro en París (arr. by J. Carli)
José Carli; Alejandro Scarpino; Juan Caldarella; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
3:04
1.11
Brasilia, for Solo Trombone and Wind Symphony (arr. by J. Laube)
Robin Dewhurst; Joe Laube; Stefan Wagner; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
4:47
1.12
Fandango, for Solo Trumpet, Trombone and Wind Symphony
Joseph Turrin; Sven Geipel; Stefan Wagner; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
7:09
1.13
Fandanguillo
Victoriano Valencia Rincón; Billy Schmidt; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
5:14
1.14
Amalia (arr. by G. Antonetti)
Francisco de Paula Aguirre; Gregory Antonetti; Alma Llanera Quintet; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
3:16
1.15
Alma Llanera (“Soul of the Plains”) (arr. by R. Osuna)
Pedro Elías Gutiérrez; Rafael Osuna; Alma Llanera Quintet; Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie; Thomas Clamor
2:06
Digital Booklet
The Saxon Wind Philharmonic and conductor Thomas Clamor capture the soul of the boundless expanse of Venezuela on this album which contrasts the music of the vastly diverse country with other Latin American sounds. The five Venezuelan soloists who take part in this recording, some of the country's best young musicians, are members of the Alma Llanera Youth and Children’s Orchestra of Guárico. Luis Herrera, their conductor, researches traditional music from Venezuela and other Latin American countries; here he plays the cuatro, harp, maracas, bass, bandola, mandolin, idiophones, marimbola and the "Sabanera" guitar.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Deutsche Bläserakademie, Bad Lausick, Germany, April 27–29, 2014 and May 6–8, 2014 Producer/Tonmeister: Holger Busse Editing: Holger Busse, Justus Beyer Text: Tilmann Böttcher, Graz English Translation: Erik Dorset, Leipzig German Translation: Fritz Krämer, Bern (p. 24–25) Booklet Editing: Katrin Haase, Leipzig Photography: Wolfgang Hanzl (Thomas Clamor) René Geipel (Saxon Wind Philharmonic) Layout: Silke Bierwolf, Leipzig Graphic Concept: Thorsten Stapel, Münster
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.34
-10.98 to -0.54
-23.67
-29.37 to -18.01
-20.30
-26.40 to -14.70
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11 to 16
1
Bandido-Caracas Caracas (arr. by R. Osuna)
-0.54-18.32-14.812
2
Conga del Fuego Nuevo (arr. by O. Nickel)
-0.62-20.28-16.712
3
Grandes Maestros del Folklore Venezolano (arr. by L. Ruiz & L. Herrera)
-0.59-22.41-19.114
4
Los Merecures. Folklore, version after Jesús Hernández (arr. by L. Herrera)
-6.73-27.04-23.913
5
IV. Vals Venezolano
-6.05-27.62-24.214
6
El Gaban de Figueredo (arr. by L. Herrera)
-8.76-26.38-23.912
7
VI. Contradanza
-5.26-28.56-25.315
8
El Saltarin (arr. by A. Romero & L. Herrera)
-5.65-29.29-26.415
9
Tico-tico Bird in the Cornmeal (arr. by A. Tarkmann)
-10.98-29.37-26.113
10
Canaro en París (arr. by J. Carli)
-0.87-24.92-21.416
11
Brasilia, for Solo Trombone and Wind Symphony (arr. by J. Laube)
-0.75-21.90-18.514
12
Fandango, for Solo Trumpet, Trombone and Wind Symphony
-0.69-21.49-17.313
13
Fandanguillo
-0.80-20.43-16.513
14
Amalia (arr. by G. Antonetti)
-0.86-18.01-14.711
15
Alma Llanera (“Soul of the Plains”) (arr. by R. Osuna)
-0.94-19.04-15.713

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