℗ 2015 Naxos
Duration 57m 42s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.573451
Release Date April 7, 2015
Genre Classical
 

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Symphony No. 12 - Uirapuru - Mandu-Çarará

São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Choir and Children’s Choir, Isaac Karabtchevsky

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1.1
Uirapuru
Heitor Villa-Lobos; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Isaac Karabtchevsky
19:16
Symphony No. 12, W539  
1.2
I. Allegro non troppo
Heitor Villa-Lobos; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Isaac Karabtchevsky
6:23
1.3
II. Adagio
Heitor Villa-Lobos; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Isaac Karabtchevsky
7:41
1.4
III. Scherzo
Heitor Villa-Lobos; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Isaac Karabtchevsky
3:49
1.5
IV. Molto allegro
Heitor Villa-Lobos; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Isaac Karabtchevsky
6:57
1.6
Mandu-Çarará
Heitor Villa-Lobos; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Choir and Children’s Choir; Isaac Karabtchevsky
13:36
Digital Booklet
Duration    57m 42s
"... a strong and exciting work: one which deserves to be better known. The playing of the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Isaac Karabtchevsky is accomplished ... the singing of the São Paulo Symphony Choir and Children’s Choir is also excellent, with the juxtaposition between the adults and children working well. Good recorded sound (adds) to the enjoyment of this fine recording." - MusicWeb International Isaac Karabtchevsky leads the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Choir and Children’s Choir on these works by Heitor Villa-Lobos, a key figure in the development of a national Brazilian musical culture. Symphony No. 12, his last, was completed on his 70th birthday and shows no lessening of his powers, marrying symphonic craftsmanship with explosive energy, harmonic richness and rhythmic vitality. Uirapuru is one of his most original works, couched in a modernism that teems with colour and creates a specifically Brazilian sound world without drawing on folkloric elements.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the Sala São Paulo, Brazil, from 28th February to 7th March, 2014 (tracks 1-5), and from 19th to 21st June, 2014 (track 6) Produced, engineered and edited by Ulrich Schneider Recording assistants: Marcio Jesus Torres, André Salmeron and Camila Braga Marciano Booklet notes: Fábio Zanon Publishers: G. Schirmer, Inc. and Associated Music Publishers [BMI] (track 1); Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig (Universal Music Publishing Classical Group) Paris. Represented by Melos Ediciones Musicales S.A., Buenos Aires (tracks 2-6) Revision: Criadores do Brasil (OSESP Music Publishing) Cover: Ipanema beach, Rio de Janeiro, 1952 by José Medeiros (IMS Photography Archive)

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