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« on: January 21, 2015, 03:57:56 pm »

Two Brazilian Symphonies-- Part 1

From the collection of Karl Miller






Claudio Santoro Symphony 6 (1957-8)
I Allegro Grazioso
II Andante Molto
III Allegro Vivo
IV Allegro Deciso Final
Orquestra Sinfonica Braziliera
Conducted by Claudio Santoro
Source:  1969  Vinyl LP Festa - LDR 5021



Radames Gnatalli "Popular" Symphony 


I Allegro Moderado
II Estensivo con Fantasia
III Con Espirito
IV Allegro
Orquestra Sinfonica Braziliera
Conducted by Claudio Santoro
Source:  1969  Vinyl LP Festa - LDR 5021


About the Claudio Santoro
from http://www.claudiosantoro.art.br/San_Eng/open.html
Claudio Franco de Sá Santoro (Manaus, 23-11-1919 - Brasilia, 27-03-1989) was one of the most restless and versatile musicians of our time. Boy prodigy, inspired creator and brilliant interpreter, dynamic organizer, lucid educator and researcher, he developed national and internationally intense activity as a composer, conductor, professor, organizer, administrator, article writer, jury member, Brazilian representative in conferences and international organizations, being invited by several Governments and foreign institutions.

Between 1970 and 1978 he was Professor of Conducting and Composition, Director of the Orchestra and the Music Department of Heidelberg-Mannheim's State Superior Music School, in Germany. Guest conductor of the most important orchestras of the world such as Philharmonic of Leningrad, Moscow State Orchestra, RIAS Berlin, ORTF Paris, OSSODRE Montevideo, Beethovenhalle Bonn, Symphonic of the Radio of Prague, Philharmonic of Bucharest, Symphonic of Orchestra of Porto, Philharmonic of Sofia, PRO ART (London) Île de France (Paris), Symphonic of the Leipzig Radio, Symphonic of Magdeburg, Philharmonic of Warsaw etc. besides of all the Brazilian Orchestras.

Claudio Santoro died in Brasilia on the 27th of March 1989, while conducting the general rehearsal of the Season's 1st concert, which would be in homage to the Bicentennial of the French Revolution. His artistic, educational and political engagement was striking and influenced several generations, giving life to countless organizations of musical character or pedagogic stamp and physiognomy to teaching institutions and even to cities.








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