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Periclitando

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Daniel Milano Mayora

Daniel Milano Mayora


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Subtitle: Fantasía para Piano y Banda


General Info

Year: 1998
Duration: c. 13:00
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Manuscript

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Instrumentation

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Errata

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Program Notes

Periclitando is a fantasy based on a Venezuelan joropo called La Perica, composed by Lino Gallardo (another Venezuelan composer born in 1773). A joropo is a traditional music genre from Venezuela. Daniel Milano Mayora uses the chorus from this joropo as a leitmotif and developED harmonic progressions and rhythmic variations based on this theme. The piano soloist part is very difficult and demanding for the pianist.

Periclitando (which translates from Spanish as decaying or declining, or being in danger) won the First Prize in a Venezuelan National Band Composition Contest in the late 1990s.

- Program Note by WASBE


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