Antonio Ruiz-Pipó was a versatile musician whose compositions display both Andalusian and Parisian influences as well as reflecting his own life story of non-conformism coupled with an infinite love for humanity. This program reveals his inclination towards South American music, and in the duets Homenaje a Villa-Lobos and the quartet América she looks towards the habanera and samba (as well as a little boogie-woogie). Ancient sounds from a faraway land echo in the Homenaje a Antoniode Cabezón, while Cuatropara Cuatro and A Sevilla are pure Andalusian Ruiz-Pipó in terms of their colors, rhythms and narrative.
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó was a versatile musician whose compositions display both Andalusian and Parisian influences as well as reflecting his own life story of non-conformism coupled with an infinite love for humanity. This program reveals his inclination towards South American music, and in the duets Homenaje a Villa-Lobos and the quartet América she looks towards the habanera and samba (as well as a little boogie-woogie). Ancient sounds from a faraway land echo in the Homenaje a Antoniode Cabezón, while Cuatropara Cuatro and A Sevilla are pure Andalusian Ruiz-Pipó in terms of their colors, rhythms and narrative.
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Rel. Date: 08/13/2021
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Antonio Ruiz-Pipó was a versatile musician whose compositions display both Andalusian and Parisian influences as well as reflecting his own life story of non-conformism coupled with an infinite love for humanity. This program reveals his inclination towards South American music, and in the duets Homenaje a Villa-Lobos and the quartet América she looks towards the habanera and samba (as well as a little boogie-woogie). Ancient sounds from a faraway land echo in the Homenaje a Antoniode Cabezón, while Cuatropara Cuatro and A Sevilla are pure Andalusian Ruiz-Pipó in terms of their colors, rhythms and narrative.