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Published on Oct 8, 2012
The Nicholls Camerata and guests Raul Gomez, guest conductor Maria Di Cavalcanti and Luciana Soares, piano
1. Constelações 2. ...and it remains unanswered 3. Maracatu Concerto para Piano a 4 Mãos e Orquestra de Câmara is in three movements. The first movement, Constelações, depicts constellations of stars, represented by atonal sonorities, which are grouped into twelve-tone collections. The second movement is a tribute to Charles Ives and, as his Unanswered Question, restates the fundamental question of life, which remains unanswered. The third movement, Maracatu, is a celebration of life as it used to be done during the black parades of Ceará, in northeastern Brazil. This concerto is dedicated to Brazilian pianist Luciana Soares.
Trinity Artist Series, New Orleans October 7, 2012