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Santoro: Symphony Nos. 4 and 9 - Ponteio - Frevo

São Paulo Symphony Chorus, São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, John Neschling

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Symphony No. 4, "Sinfonia da Paz" (Symphony of Peace)  
1.1
I. Allegro
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
6:18
1.2
II. Lento - Allegro - Lento
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
10:20
1.3
III. Allegro moderato e deciso
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
8:36
1.4
Ponteio
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
5:48
Symphony No. 9  
1.5
I. Andante - Allegro molto
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
8:18
1.6
II. Andante (con moto)
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
5:03
1.7
III. Scherzino
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
2:43
1.8
IV. Allegro
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
8:38
1.9
Frevo
Claudio Santoro; São Paulo Symphony Chorus; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra; John Neschling
2:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:24
“the performances are extremely good... The São Paulo Symphony under John Neschling never sounds less than fully committed, and the BIS sonics are terrific.” David Hurwitz, ClassicsToday.com “As well as being bowled over by the music, I was also impressed with the playing of the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra.” - MusicWeb International The São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and John Neschling tackled works of amazing stylistic variety by the Brazilian composer Claudio Santoro. While the Symphony No. 4 (in which the São Paulo Symphony Chorus also participate) has echoes of Copland the Symphony No. 9 is more akin to Shostakovich, complemented by the folk-inflected Frevo and the charm of Ponteio for string orchestra. Altogether, these diverse pieces provide an excellent introduction to an engaging 20th-century composer, ably performed by these Latin American musicians.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

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