International Perspectives: Music from Latin America (10/13/2021)

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Town Hall: Latin American Composers with Juan Pablo Andrade, Elizabeth Gutierrez, Angelica Sanchez, Luis Sanchez, and Bernardo Scarambone (2/17/21)

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Latin American Composers Part II with Ana Maria Orduz, Bernardo Scarambone, Elizabeth Gutierrez, and Luis Sanchez (4/14/21)

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September/October 2018: First Looks, New Music Reviews

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New Music Reviews Editor's note Ho, ho, ho! The holidays are on the horizon. We know how it is for piano teachers (we're teachers ourselves). We frantically run to the music store, hoping to snag our favorites before the teacher with 120 students cleans out the inventory. Clavier Companion is here to help. This issue's holiday reviews will help you...
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Repertoire: Tango! (Pupil Saver)

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The intoxicating South American rhythms of Kevin Olson's alluring solo, Tango Argentino (FJH), transport the listener to sunny climes. This piece is loaded with technical variety and sophisticated harmonies, but is without any overwhelming complexity for the performer; it should easily perk up those sluggish students. However, I find Tango ideal fo...
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