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MAXIMO DIEGO PUJOL: Candombe en Mi
Its first movement is much the best: Composition Artist Credits 5 Preludios. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music.
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After the recent run upjol Piazzolla we move on to the next generation of Argentinian composers. His Five Preludes which have also been recorded by Paul Gregory on Claudio were written when he was 20, and their improvisatory character may partly be due to the fact that at that time he had had no formal musical education: Pujol Chamber Works 5 Preludios.
Elegia por la muerte de un tanguero. Its second movement, once again, exploits an obsessive figure, but its deeply felt conclusion is impressive: The suite with violin, which depicts various barrios of Buenos Aires, could well prove a popular success: The other work here for solo guitar, the elegy for Piazzolla which quotes from two of pujpl works dates from a decade later.
Recordings — Máximo Diego Pujol
Maria Isabel Siewers is an admirable guitarist, with a clean technique, subtle nuances of rhythm and tone some particular delicacy in the fourth Preludeand candommbe the Elegy her differentiation of simultaneous tonal planes is exemplary. She is well partnered by the other players; and the recording is excellent, beautifully clear and with just the right amount of resonance.
Maximo Diego Pujol Composer. The work for guitar and string quartet begins in vigorous tango rhythm, with alternating meditative sections, but it is the songful second movement that is the most distinguished. The Sonatina he wrote two years later, and with which he mo several prizes, shows greater resource in its layout and its harmony, and while conspicuously utilizing Argentinian dance forms is fairly sparing of cliches.