Brazilian composer Brenno Blauth (1931-1993) deserves greater exposure and recognition in accordance with his brilliance. This student of Camargo Guarnieri was a great music educator in his own right and composed very personal and colorful orchestral and chamber works. Fiesta’s host Elbio Barilari presents some of the most remarkable pieces by this rarely heard Brazilian master.
Sonata for Viola and Piano, by Brenno Blauth
Georgina Isabel Rossi, viola; Silvie Cheng, piano
Sonata T.5, by Brenno Blauth
Marcelo Barboza, flute; Lídia Bazarian, piano
Concertino for oboe and strings, by Brenno Blauth
Andres Spiller,oboe; Camerata Bariloche