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Fernândez' work can be divided into three periods, the first (1918-22) is influenced by French Impressionism, the second (1923-38) is marked by the systematic use of folklore, particularly amerindian rhythms and harmonies, rather than 'popular' urban melodies. Finally (1939-48) was a period of increasing introspection and the development of a more universally recognised language. [Adrian Farmer]
Fernândez' work can be divided into three periods, the first (1918-22) is influenced by French Impressionism, the second (1923-38) is marked by the systematic use of folklore, particularly amerindian rhythms and harmonies, rather than 'popular' urban melodies. Finally (1939-48) was a period of increasing introspection and the development of a more universally recognised language. [Adrian Farmer]
710357811524
Piano Music Of Oscar Fernandez
Artist: Fernandez / Jones
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. No.
2. Andante [01:30]
3. No.
4. Presto [00:50]
5. Noturno, Op. 3 [06:04]
6. Arabesca, Op. 5 [03:29]
7. I. Evocacao Da Tarde [03:10]
8. II. Idílio [02:56]
9. III. Ocaso [02:46]
10. IV. Angelus [03:49]
11. V. Pirilampos [01:24]
12. I. Allegro Con Brio [04:03]
13. II. Moderato [03:14]
14. III. Allegro Scherzoso [02:23]
15. Valsa Suburbana, Op. 70 [04:04]
16. I. Velha Modinha [01:51]
17. II. Suave Acalanto [01:41]
18. III. Saudosa Seresta [01:50]
19. I. Ponteio [01:27]
20. II. Moda [01:58]
21. III. Cateretê [01:38]
22. I. Toada [02:36]
23. II. Serésta [02:33]
24. III. Jongo [02:33]
25. Rêverie, Op. 2 [02:45]
26. Prelúdio Fantástico [02:35]
27. Miragem [03:25

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Fernândez' work can be divided into three periods, the first (1918-22) is influenced by French Impressionism, the second (1923-38) is marked by the systematic use of folklore, particularly amerindian rhythms and harmonies, rather than 'popular' urban melodies. Finally (1939-48) was a period of increasing introspection and the development of a more universally recognised language. [Adrian Farmer]
        
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