Dear Robert, Cris, Monica, Luis, pianoman342, Andrew, Marcelo and other fellow pianist colleagues who have commented on this subject and also on...
It is with immense joy and pride that I inform that Ernesto Nazareth is the first composer in the world to have his discography...
My most sincere thanks, Marcelo.
I already have a Kawai Kx21 upright, but I'll accept a grand version of it ;)
Thanks for the comment.
I'm not aware of any recording of Olinda Alessandrini playing Desengonçado. Did you hear it live?
Hi Chris, glad you like it, thanks.
Thank you! Yes, Nazareth and Joplin are musical brothers, altough there is no evidence that they heard each other compositions....
Hello Chris, I'm sorry for the delay in answering to your message (I didn't get the e-mail telling me that there was a post in this thread, as it...
Thanks for commenting. I'm thinking about what you've said. I think you've misinterpreted the written music for an error of my part....
I'm glad you like Nazareth's foxtrot! I actually recorded three: "If I'm not Mistaken", "Nove de Maio" (May 9th) and...
Today I've recorded the 69th rare Nazareth: his Brazilian tango "Tupynambá", an implicit hommage to his fellow composer Marcello...
(David, sorry for using your post to answer to Richard's message..!)
I'm delighted to hear your opinion on my rendition of...
You should try a complete set as well. Nepomuceno's piano works fit in 2 CDs, and Oswald's in 3.
Last year I recorded only 6 Nazareths. I want to compensate for that :)
I've recorded the 68th rare Nazareth: a Brazilian tango called Jangadeiro ("Raft Man"). It has only been recorded in 1928 by a...
Glad you like it Chris! Really.
Many thanks, Monica :)
Glad the piece served you well heheh
The link works great, thanks!
P.S. Hello Chris or Monica, could you please delete the Phantastica waltz I uploaded in this thread a couple of messages ago? It's been one week I...
Today I've recorded Nazareth's Está Chumbado (a Brazilian slang for "he Is drunk" or "you are drunk", which is not used anymore)....
I don't think Neusa França ever met Katsaris, but she was a student of Magda Tagliaferro and knew many important Brazilian composers...
I'd love to see Dutra's other works as well! Judging by this piece, they must certainly be worth it.
The dedicatory I mentioned was...
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