Violin I - Lindsey Gamble Violin II - Maria Fernanda Gonzalez Viola - Hilary Gamble-Villareal Cello - Patrick Hopkins Guitar - Hector Rodriguez Castanets - Ron Schermerhorn April 5, 2023, South Texas College (Black Box)
The 20 sketches of Mexico were suggested by Mr. Dean Kamei of GSP. These 20 little pieces were not written as studies like Sor, Villa-Lobos, or Brouwer, to mention a few. They are arranged progressively in order of difficulty but are not intended to be a manual of technical formulas. They are intended for young guitarists who will become acquainted with some traditional Mexican rhythms and music forms. They are written in different tonalities and suggest, as much as possible, the distinct ambian
Arr. Toru Takemitsu
This piece was written in 2005 by Julio César Oliva, and dedicated to my dear teacher Martín Madrigal Guzman.
Tucututá is the onomatopoeic sound of the opening rhythm of the piece, which explores the different percussive effects of the guitar and the combination of melody and percussion played simultaneously by both hands independently.
Giorgio Signorile - Passaggi di Nuvole Bianche Dr. Kurt Martinez, guitar Dr. Hector Rodriguez, guitar Recorded with AEA microphones Guitars made by: Thomas Humphrey 2001, Frtiz Mueller 2004 Video and audio edition: Hector Rodriguez Recorded at the University of Texas Rio-Grande Valley Performance Arts Complex (July-17-2021) - Special thanks to Joseph Diaz for the beautiful work with the lights!
Le isole di Gaugun from 3 Parisan Impressions From Giorgio Signorile Paris, its streets, the underground, and its museums - they all linger in your memory, even if you have been there for a few days only. This is a tribute of mine to the city I love the most. On the pretext of itself, which was like a living atelier and a mother to Monet, Gauguin, and Toulouse-Lautrec.
Guaracha Nevada from Cuban Sketches by José Lezcano
Flute - Krista Jobson
Violin - Adriana Rodríguez
Guitar - Héctor Rodríguez
Bongos - Lupe Barrera
Bass - Héctor Rodríguez
"La Llorona" (lit. "The weeping woman") is a Mexican folk song. The song originated in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Its origins are obscure, but composer Andres Henestrosa in about 1941 popularized the song and may have added to the existing verses Originally the lyrics come from the ancient legend of the same name La Llorona popular in Mexico and South America, but because most of the verses of the song were composed during the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920) or later, the storylines differ when
Premiere of Miniature no.3 by Simone Iannarelli
So grateful to maestro Eduardo Martín
for sending us this arrangement of his beautiful work, Mirándote.
Laberinto by Eduardo Martín, from Suite Habana
Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico (Faculty Showcase)
Duo Aldebaran performing live in Edinburg, TX Krista Jobson, flute Hector Javier Rodriguez, guitar Guitar part arranged by Sergio Assad
Sonata para guitarra - Antonio José
Live performance in Puerto Rico
Sergio Assad - Aquarelle
III.- Preludio e toccatina
Hector Rodriguez-Handel Suite no7 (transcription David Russell)
Hector Rodriguez plays Verde Voz de la Amazonia by Guillermo Diego (Homenaje a Heitor Villa-Lobos)
Krista Jobson Flute
Kelly Leu Oboe Melissa
Hector Javier Rodriguez Guitar
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