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Mobili: Music for Viola & Piano from Chile

Georgina Isabel Rossi, Silvie Cheng

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1.1
¿Habrá alguien que en sus manos sostenga este caer?
Rafael Díaz; Georgina Isabel Rossi
10:39
1.2
Al fondo de mi lejanía se asoma tu casa
Rafael Díaz; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
6:02
1.3
Fantasía for Viola & Piano, Op. 15
Carlos Botto; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
9:26
1.4
Dúo for Viola & Piano “Do Not Go Gentle”
Federico Heinlein; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
9:48
1.5
Tololo (Arr. Viola & Piano)
David Cortés; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
11:25
Mobili, Op. 63  
1.6
I. Flessibile
Juan Orrego-Salas; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
4:29
1.7
II. Discontinuo
Juan Orrego-Salas; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
2:50
1.8
III. Ricorrente
Juan Orrego-Salas; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
7:19
1.9
IV. Perpetuo
Juan Orrego-Salas; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
3:14
1.10
El Sampedrino (Arr. for Viola & Piano)
Carlos Guastavino; Georgina Isabel Rossi; Silvie Cheng
3:49
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:01
"A true labor of love recording as this Chilean violist plays a slew of world premiere recordings by Chilean composers. A world renown egghead that just doesn’t play like it, this mostly solo recording finds her obviously front and center and making the most of it filling the room with sound that needs very little coloration. Not at all close to any kind of world beat you world expect, this set finds classical music existing in a world of it’s own no matter how contemporary or foreign. Quite the captivating recital." - Midwest Record Violist Georgina Isabel Rossi and pianist Silvie Cheng release Mobili, an overview of Chilean repertoire featuring viola. Compiling six works by five composers, including five world-premiere recordings, the recording highlights the rich tapestry of influences that have shaped Chilean concert music, from European high modernism to Indigenous music of the Andean region.
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