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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

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http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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A TRAVÉS DE MIS OJOS, for orchestra
Colombia 8' 30" 2+1.2+1.2+1.2+1-4331-timp+3-hp-pno-str $40.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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ARIZONA MIRAGE, for piano
Colombia 5' piano $15.00 --
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

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http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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DESPIERTA, for choir and piano
Colombia 5' youth choir SABar and piano $15.00 --
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

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http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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DYNAMO, for string quartet
Colombia 7' 30" string quartet $30.00 $60.00
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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ENTRADA (O SALIDA) CONCERTANTE, for brasswind ensemble
Colombia 8' 30" 3 tpt, hn, tbn, tuba $25.00 $50.00
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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RAPSODIA CAMALEÓNICA, for trumpet, piano and orchestra
Colombia 21' trumpet, piano; 2(1).2.2.2-1020-3perc-str $60.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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RAPSODIA CAMALEÓNICA, for trumpet, piano and piano reduction
Colombia 21' trumpet and 2 pianos $40.00 Parts included with score
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

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http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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TOCCATA BACHOVSKY, for piano
Colombia 10' piano $25.00 --
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

Website

http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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VARIACIONES FANTÁSTICAS SOBRE 'LA GUANEÑA', for trumpet and concert band
Colombia 13' trumpet; concert band $45.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Arias, Mauricio (b. 1984)

Biography

Mauricio Arias is a musician, composer, pianist and improviser, one of the most versatile Colombian musicians of his generation. He wrote Rapsodia Camaleónica for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra on 2012, premiered it in Arizona and later the same year, presented the piece in Carnegie Hall in New York. Mr. Arias was featured as the first Colombian guest artist at the Festival Internacional de Piano de Bogotá. Mr. Arias has been featured as a soloist with Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Cuba, Filarmónica del Valle, ASU Symphony Orchestra, Münster Hochschule Orchestra, Sinfónica del Tolima, Joven Sinfónica de Colombia, among others. He has been awarded different prizes at international piano competitions, such as Kingsville Isabel Scionti (Texas, 1st prize), Schmidbauer (Texas, 2nd prize), Peabody Mason (Boston, 2nd prize), Panama (special prize for best Latin American pianist), Cervantes (Havana, finalist). Prior to his studies in the USA, he was the winner of the First National Chopin Piano Competition (2005) and the winner of the UIS National piano competition in Colombia. Mr. Arias was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where he began his piano studies at age thirteen with professor Ludmiła Weber, with whom he studied until his graduation from Corpas University. He later studied with Baruch Meir and Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University (MM and DMA). He has participated in courses with Joaquín Achúcarro, Eteri Andjaparidze and Vladimir Feltsman. His composition teachers include Rodney Rogers and Jorge H. Pinzón. On 2012-2013, Mr. Arias served as teacher at Arizona School for the Arts. His works include Rapsodia Camaleónica, Toccata Bachkovsky (performed by Sydney Contemporary Orchestra musicians in Sydney), Dynamo for string quartet, Snippets for bayan accordion and, recently In Memory of 21 angels (2014) for trumpet and piano, premiered during the First Eric Aubier Latin American Trumpet Competition in Medellín. Mr. Arias has taken part in SYNTHETIS summer courses for composers, whose faculty has included Zygmunt Krauze, Chen Yi, Paul Patterson, Paweł Hendrich, Alessandro Solbiati, Philippe Manoury, Simon Steen-Andersen, Martijn Padding and Zhou Long. Mr. Arias is currently professor of piano at the University of the Andes. He is also a freelance composer and collaborative pianist.

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http://mauricioariasmusic.com/

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VARIACIONES FANTÁSTICAS SOBRE 'LA GUANEÑA', for trumpet and piano
Colombia 13' trumpet and piano $30.00 Part included with score
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Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

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An outstanding Latin American conductor, composer, and teacher, Sergio Bernal is the Director of Orchestral Studies and a professor of music at Utah State University. His conducting activity has earned him international recognition as a "tasteful technician with a more than technical gift for connecting with a score’s essence." His guest engagements include appearances with the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, the Orquesta Sinfónica Municipal de Caracas, the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Opera of México, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo, the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Torun Chamber Orchestra and Szczecin Opera of Poland, the W.A. Mozart Philharmonic of Rumania, the Eugene and New Mexico Symphonies, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. He conducted the 2012, 2014, and 2015 international Via dei Concerti Festival orchestra and choir in concert tours throughout Italy, France, and Spain. A strong believer in the power of music as a catalyst for social change, Mr. Bernal worked for a decade at El Sistema in Venezuela, the country’s groundbreaking system of youth orchestras. There he served as music director of the Mérida Symphony Orchestra, was a permanent guest conductor and artistic advisor of orchestras nationwide, conducted in a South American tour of the Orquesta de Juventudes de los Países Andinos, and developed an orchestral conducting instructional video to be used by El Sistema in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Since his arrival to Utah State University in 2001, Sergio Bernal has taken the Utah State University Symphony Orchestra to important levels of achievement. His innovative programming has attracted national attention in projects such as the 2010 fully staged production with the Utah State Theatre of the Shakespeare/Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a production subsequently emulated by other theatre companies and symphony orchestras using Mr. Bernal’s performance edition. As a composer, Mr. Bernal explores the popular and folk idioms from Ibero America and likes to do so in works for soloist and orchestra. His two concerti are written for prominent Venezuelan soloists and have received performances in the US and Venezuela. They are Arcano, dedicated to classical and folk violinist Eddy Marcano, and Andares, a trumpet concerto dedicated to the 2006 Maurice André Competition winner Francisco “Pacho” Flores. A native Colombian, Bernal studied on a full scholarship and stipend with Lorin Maazel, Günther Herbig, Erich Leinsdorf, and Eleazar De Carvalho in the Yale University/Affiliate Artists Conducting Program. He holds conducting degrees from Yale University and the University of Michigan (where he studied with Gustav Meier), and a PhD in Composition from the University of Utah. He received additional conducting training at the Aspen Music Festival and the Tanglewood Music Center. In 1986 he apprenticed with the late Maestro Eduardo Mata at the Dallas Symphony and subsequently worked as Mr. Mata’s assistant in recording projects of the Ibero American symphonic repertoire.

Website

https://music.usu.edu/faculty/faculty_directory/Bernal

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ADAPTATION OF "A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM", for orchestra
Colombia 2h 10' 2222-2331-timp+2-str $100.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Biography

An outstanding Latin American conductor, composer, and teacher, Sergio Bernal is the Director of Orchestral Studies and a professor of music at Utah State University. His conducting activity has earned him international recognition as a "tasteful technician with a more than technical gift for connecting with a score’s essence." His guest engagements include appearances with the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, the Orquesta Sinfónica Municipal de Caracas, the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Opera of México, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo, the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Torun Chamber Orchestra and Szczecin Opera of Poland, the W.A. Mozart Philharmonic of Rumania, the Eugene and New Mexico Symphonies, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. He conducted the 2012, 2014, and 2015 international Via dei Concerti Festival orchestra and choir in concert tours throughout Italy, France, and Spain. A strong believer in the power of music as a catalyst for social change, Mr. Bernal worked for a decade at El Sistema in Venezuela, the country’s groundbreaking system of youth orchestras. There he served as music director of the Mérida Symphony Orchestra, was a permanent guest conductor and artistic advisor of orchestras nationwide, conducted in a South American tour of the Orquesta de Juventudes de los Países Andinos, and developed an orchestral conducting instructional video to be used by El Sistema in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Since his arrival to Utah State University in 2001, Sergio Bernal has taken the Utah State University Symphony Orchestra to important levels of achievement. His innovative programming has attracted national attention in projects such as the 2010 fully staged production with the Utah State Theatre of the Shakespeare/Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a production subsequently emulated by other theatre companies and symphony orchestras using Mr. Bernal’s performance edition. As a composer, Mr. Bernal explores the popular and folk idioms from Ibero America and likes to do so in works for soloist and orchestra. His two concerti are written for prominent Venezuelan soloists and have received performances in the US and Venezuela. They are Arcano, dedicated to classical and folk violinist Eddy Marcano, and Andares, a trumpet concerto dedicated to the 2006 Maurice André Competition winner Francisco “Pacho” Flores. A native Colombian, Bernal studied on a full scholarship and stipend with Lorin Maazel, Günther Herbig, Erich Leinsdorf, and Eleazar De Carvalho in the Yale University/Affiliate Artists Conducting Program. He holds conducting degrees from Yale University and the University of Michigan (where he studied with Gustav Meier), and a PhD in Composition from the University of Utah. He received additional conducting training at the Aspen Music Festival and the Tanglewood Music Center. In 1986 he apprenticed with the late Maestro Eduardo Mata at the Dallas Symphony and subsequently worked as Mr. Mata’s assistant in recording projects of the Ibero American symphonic repertoire.

Website

https://music.usu.edu/faculty/faculty_directory/Bernal

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ANDARES, for trumpet and orchestra
Colombia 25' trumpet; 0000-0320-2perc-str $60.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Biography

An outstanding Latin American conductor, composer, and teacher, Sergio Bernal is the Director of Orchestral Studies and a professor of music at Utah State University. His conducting activity has earned him international recognition as a "tasteful technician with a more than technical gift for connecting with a score’s essence." His guest engagements include appearances with the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, the Orquesta Sinfónica Municipal de Caracas, the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Opera of México, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo, the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Torun Chamber Orchestra and Szczecin Opera of Poland, the W.A. Mozart Philharmonic of Rumania, the Eugene and New Mexico Symphonies, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. He conducted the 2012, 2014, and 2015 international Via dei Concerti Festival orchestra and choir in concert tours throughout Italy, France, and Spain. A strong believer in the power of music as a catalyst for social change, Mr. Bernal worked for a decade at El Sistema in Venezuela, the country’s groundbreaking system of youth orchestras. There he served as music director of the Mérida Symphony Orchestra, was a permanent guest conductor and artistic advisor of orchestras nationwide, conducted in a South American tour of the Orquesta de Juventudes de los Países Andinos, and developed an orchestral conducting instructional video to be used by El Sistema in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Since his arrival to Utah State University in 2001, Sergio Bernal has taken the Utah State University Symphony Orchestra to important levels of achievement. His innovative programming has attracted national attention in projects such as the 2010 fully staged production with the Utah State Theatre of the Shakespeare/Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a production subsequently emulated by other theatre companies and symphony orchestras using Mr. Bernal’s performance edition. As a composer, Mr. Bernal explores the popular and folk idioms from Ibero America and likes to do so in works for soloist and orchestra. His two concerti are written for prominent Venezuelan soloists and have received performances in the US and Venezuela. They are Arcano, dedicated to classical and folk violinist Eddy Marcano, and Andares, a trumpet concerto dedicated to the 2006 Maurice André Competition winner Francisco “Pacho” Flores. A native Colombian, Bernal studied on a full scholarship and stipend with Lorin Maazel, Günther Herbig, Erich Leinsdorf, and Eleazar De Carvalho in the Yale University/Affiliate Artists Conducting Program. He holds conducting degrees from Yale University and the University of Michigan (where he studied with Gustav Meier), and a PhD in Composition from the University of Utah. He received additional conducting training at the Aspen Music Festival and the Tanglewood Music Center. In 1986 he apprenticed with the late Maestro Eduardo Mata at the Dallas Symphony and subsequently worked as Mr. Mata’s assistant in recording projects of the Ibero American symphonic repertoire.

Website

https://music.usu.edu/faculty/faculty_directory/Bernal

Published Works

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ARCANO, for violin and orchestra
Colombia 25' violin; 2+1.2.2.2-2210-4perc-hp-cel-str $60.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Biography

An outstanding Latin American conductor, composer, and teacher, Sergio Bernal is the Director of Orchestral Studies and a professor of music at Utah State University. His conducting activity has earned him international recognition as a "tasteful technician with a more than technical gift for connecting with a score’s essence." His guest engagements include appearances with the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, the Orquesta Sinfónica Municipal de Caracas, the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Opera of México, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo, the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Torun Chamber Orchestra and Szczecin Opera of Poland, the W.A. Mozart Philharmonic of Rumania, the Eugene and New Mexico Symphonies, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. He conducted the 2012, 2014, and 2015 international Via dei Concerti Festival orchestra and choir in concert tours throughout Italy, France, and Spain. A strong believer in the power of music as a catalyst for social change, Mr. Bernal worked for a decade at El Sistema in Venezuela, the country’s groundbreaking system of youth orchestras. There he served as music director of the Mérida Symphony Orchestra, was a permanent guest conductor and artistic advisor of orchestras nationwide, conducted in a South American tour of the Orquesta de Juventudes de los Países Andinos, and developed an orchestral conducting instructional video to be used by El Sistema in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Since his arrival to Utah State University in 2001, Sergio Bernal has taken the Utah State University Symphony Orchestra to important levels of achievement. His innovative programming has attracted national attention in projects such as the 2010 fully staged production with the Utah State Theatre of the Shakespeare/Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a production subsequently emulated by other theatre companies and symphony orchestras using Mr. Bernal’s performance edition. As a composer, Mr. Bernal explores the popular and folk idioms from Ibero America and likes to do so in works for soloist and orchestra. His two concerti are written for prominent Venezuelan soloists and have received performances in the US and Venezuela. They are Arcano, dedicated to classical and folk violinist Eddy Marcano, and Andares, a trumpet concerto dedicated to the 2006 Maurice André Competition winner Francisco “Pacho” Flores. A native Colombian, Bernal studied on a full scholarship and stipend with Lorin Maazel, Günther Herbig, Erich Leinsdorf, and Eleazar De Carvalho in the Yale University/Affiliate Artists Conducting Program. He holds conducting degrees from Yale University and the University of Michigan (where he studied with Gustav Meier), and a PhD in Composition from the University of Utah. He received additional conducting training at the Aspen Music Festival and the Tanglewood Music Center. In 1986 he apprenticed with the late Maestro Eduardo Mata at the Dallas Symphony and subsequently worked as Mr. Mata’s assistant in recording projects of the Ibero American symphonic repertoire.

Website

https://music.usu.edu/faculty/faculty_directory/Bernal

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SONANCES, for string orchestra
Colombia 16' string orchestra $50.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Bernal, Sergio (b. 1959)

Biography

An outstanding Latin American conductor, composer, and teacher, Sergio Bernal is the Director of Orchestral Studies and a professor of music at Utah State University. His conducting activity has earned him international recognition as a "tasteful technician with a more than technical gift for connecting with a score’s essence." His guest engagements include appearances with the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Venezuela, the Orquesta Sinfónica Municipal de Caracas, the National Symphony Orchestra and the National Opera of México, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo, the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, the Bogotá Philharmonic, the Torun Chamber Orchestra and Szczecin Opera of Poland, the W.A. Mozart Philharmonic of Rumania, the Eugene and New Mexico Symphonies, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. He conducted the 2012, 2014, and 2015 international Via dei Concerti Festival orchestra and choir in concert tours throughout Italy, France, and Spain. A strong believer in the power of music as a catalyst for social change, Mr. Bernal worked for a decade at El Sistema in Venezuela, the country’s groundbreaking system of youth orchestras. There he served as music director of the Mérida Symphony Orchestra, was a permanent guest conductor and artistic advisor of orchestras nationwide, conducted in a South American tour of the Orquesta de Juventudes de los Países Andinos, and developed an orchestral conducting instructional video to be used by El Sistema in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. Since his arrival to Utah State University in 2001, Sergio Bernal has taken the Utah State University Symphony Orchestra to important levels of achievement. His innovative programming has attracted national attention in projects such as the 2010 fully staged production with the Utah State Theatre of the Shakespeare/Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a production subsequently emulated by other theatre companies and symphony orchestras using Mr. Bernal’s performance edition. As a composer, Mr. Bernal explores the popular and folk idioms from Ibero America and likes to do so in works for soloist and orchestra. His two concerti are written for prominent Venezuelan soloists and have received performances in the US and Venezuela. They are Arcano, dedicated to classical and folk violinist Eddy Marcano, and Andares, a trumpet concerto dedicated to the 2006 Maurice André Competition winner Francisco “Pacho” Flores. A native Colombian, Bernal studied on a full scholarship and stipend with Lorin Maazel, Günther Herbig, Erich Leinsdorf, and Eleazar De Carvalho in the Yale University/Affiliate Artists Conducting Program. He holds conducting degrees from Yale University and the University of Michigan (where he studied with Gustav Meier), and a PhD in Composition from the University of Utah. He received additional conducting training at the Aspen Music Festival and the Tanglewood Music Center. In 1986 he apprenticed with the late Maestro Eduardo Mata at the Dallas Symphony and subsequently worked as Mr. Mata’s assistant in recording projects of the Ibero American symphonic repertoire.

Website

https://music.usu.edu/faculty/faculty_directory/Bernal

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VARIATIONS ON THE PAVANE "BELLE QUI TIENS MA VIE", for choir and orchestra
Colombia 12' choir SATB; 2222-2210-timp+1-str $45.00 Digital Rental Only - Please contact: orders@filarmonika.com
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Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Biography

José Carlos Campos was born in Lima, Peru in 1957, where later studied at the National Conservatory of Music with Edgar Valcárcel, Pedro Asato and Celso Garrido-Lecca. In 1985, after graduating in composition, he obtains a scholarship by the French government to study in Paris. In 1990 he returns to Peru to teach at the National Conservatory of Music as well as working as producer for Radio Filarmonia. In 1998 he returns to France, where he obtains a master in musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris. His works has been performed throughout South and North America and Europe.

Website

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Published Works

  • DANZA RÚSTICA, for orchestra
  • ALONE, Conversations With Oneself, for solo flute
  • DANZA FESTIVA, for strings
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DANZA SÚBITA, for double reed quartet
Peru 1' 10" 2 oboes, english horn & bassoon $15.00 Parts included with score
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Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Biography

José Carlos Campos was born in Lima, Peru in 1957, where later studied at the National Conservatory of Music with Edgar Valcárcel, Pedro Asato and Celso Garrido-Lecca. In 1985, after graduating in composition, he obtains a scholarship by the French government to study in Paris. In 1990 he returns to Peru to teach at the National Conservatory of Music as well as working as producer for Radio Filarmonia. In 1998 he returns to France, where he obtains a master in musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris. His works has been performed throughout South and North America and Europe.

Website

unknown

Published Works

  • DANZA RÚSTICA, for orchestra
  • ALONE, Conversations With Oneself, for solo flute
  • DANZA FESTIVA, for strings
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ENCONTROS, for piano
Peru 5' 40" piano $15.00 --
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Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Biography

José Carlos Campos was born in Lima, Peru in 1957, where later studied at the National Conservatory of Music with Edgar Valcárcel, Pedro Asato and Celso Garrido-Lecca. In 1985, after graduating in composition, he obtains a scholarship by the French government to study in Paris. In 1990 he returns to Peru to teach at the National Conservatory of Music as well as working as producer for Radio Filarmonia. In 1998 he returns to France, where he obtains a master in musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris. His works has been performed throughout South and North America and Europe.

Website

unknown

Published Works

  • DANZA RÚSTICA, for orchestra
  • ALONE, Conversations With Oneself, for solo flute
  • DANZA FESTIVA, for strings
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EPÍGRAFE, for clarinet and piano
Peru 7' 10" clarinet and piano $20.00 --
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Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Biography

José Carlos Campos was born in Lima, Peru in 1957, where later studied at the National Conservatory of Music with Edgar Valcárcel, Pedro Asato and Celso Garrido-Lecca. In 1985, after graduating in composition, he obtains a scholarship by the French government to study in Paris. In 1990 he returns to Peru to teach at the National Conservatory of Music as well as working as producer for Radio Filarmonia. In 1998 he returns to France, where he obtains a master in musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris. His works has been performed throughout South and North America and Europe.

Website

unknown

Published Works

  • DANZA RÚSTICA, for orchestra
  • ALONE, Conversations With Oneself, for solo flute
  • DANZA FESTIVA, for strings
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LAS NIÑAS DE LUZ, for soprano and female choir
Peru 3' 50" soprano and female choir SSA $18.00 --
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Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Campos, José Carlos (b. 1957)

Biography

José Carlos Campos was born in Lima, Peru in 1957, where later studied at the National Conservatory of Music with Edgar Valcárcel, Pedro Asato and Celso Garrido-Lecca. In 1985, after graduating in composition, he obtains a scholarship by the French government to study in Paris. In 1990 he returns to Peru to teach at the National Conservatory of Music as well as working as producer for Radio Filarmonia. In 1998 he returns to France, where he obtains a master in musicology at the Sorbonne in Paris. His works has been performed throughout South and North America and Europe.

Website

unknown

Published Works

  • DANZA RÚSTICA, for orchestra
  • ALONE, Conversations With Oneself, for solo flute
  • DANZA FESTIVA, for strings
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REGINA CÆLI, for female or children's choir
Peru 3' 20" female or children's choir SSS $15.00 --
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