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Guitar Quartet (Work in progress)

four guitars

To be premiered by Quaternaglia Guitar Quartet, at SESC Vila Mariana in Sao Paulo,Brazil, on July 29, 2017

 

La Otra Esquina (Work in progress)

classical guitar, electric guitar, percussion, samplers

To be recorded by Javier Farias (classical guitar), and Mike Stern (electric guitar).  Produced by Sebastian Rehbein

Canto de Todos (2017)

guitar

Premiered at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on April 10, 2017 by Jose Antonio Escobar

 

Between a Rock and a Soothed Place (2017)

12 guitars

Premiered at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on April 10, 2017 by Connecticut Suzuki Guitar Ensemble

 

Just Call it Horizon (2016)

12 guitars

Premiered at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on April 10, 2017 by Connecticut Suzuki Guitar Ensemble

 

Paqueana (2016)

electric guitar, classical guitar, viola

Premiered at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on April 10, 2017 by David Veslocki (el. guitar), Carlos Boltes (viola), and Scott Hill (cl. guitar)

 

Andean Suite (2016)

string quartet, guitar

Premiered at the MATCH HOUSTON (Texas) on March 31, 2017  by Apollo Chamber Players and Javier Farias

 

Algo se Asoma (2016)

8 guitars

Premiered at the Entre Cuerdas Guitar Festival, in Santiago, Chile on October  7, 2016 by the Ensamble de Guitarras de Chile

Dur. 6’15

 

La Sangre Derramada (2016)

Text by Federico Garcia Lorca

mixed choir, guitar

Premiered at the River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation (Bethesda, MD) on June 4, 2016, by Coral Cantigas and Javier Farías on guitar

Dur. 9′

 

La Oración por Todos (2016)

Text by Andres Bello

mixed choir, eight guitars

Premiered at the Andres Bello University (Santiago, Chile) on August 11 and 13, 2016, by the Choir of the University and the Ensamble de Guitarras de Chile

Dur. 22′

Elogio de la Raza (2015)

2 guitars, orchestra (2.2.2.2 – 2.2.1.0 – T. Perc. I,II – Str.)

To be premiered at the Sala Sao Paolo in Brazil, in August 2 and 3, 2017, by Sergio and Odair Assad and the YOA Orchestra of the Americas, conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto

Dur. 13’

 

Nazcan (2015)

Text by Miguel Angel Asturias

8 guitars, two narrators (Spanish, English)

Premiered by The San Francisco Conservatory Guitar Ensemble, conducted by David Tanenbaum on January 14, 2016 at the Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall in San Francisco.

Dur. 22’

 

La Lucha Contra el Ancestro (2015)

orchestra (2.2.2.2 – 2.2.1.0 – T. – Str.)

Premiered in September 6, 2015 at the University of Los Andes (Santiago, Chile) Camerata de la Universidad de los Andes; Eduardo Browne (Conductor)

Dur. 9’

 

Historias de Guatemala (2015)

guitar

Premiered by Romilio Orellana at Andres Bello University (Santiago, Chile) in July 14, 2015

Dur. 10’

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La Otra Historia (2015)

guitar, piano

Premiered by Roberto Limon (guitar), and Amanda Limon, (piano), at the Mexican Museum of Art, Mexico City, in February 19, 2017

Dur. 14’

 

Mece (2014)

guitar

Premiered by Carlos Perez at Andres Bello University (Santiago, Chile) in July 14, 2015

Dur. 11’

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Suite Paceana (2014)

guitar

Premiered by Luis Orlandini at Andres Bello University (Santiago, Chile) in July 14, 2015

Dur. 10’

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Romanzas de Riohacha (2014)

guitar

Premiered by Ricardo Cobo at Enrique V. Iglesias Auditorium, Washington D.C, in December 3, 2014

Dur. 8’

 

Tres Ideas Sobre un Poeta (2014)

classical guitar, electric guitar

Composed and recorded by Andy Summers on electric guitar and Javier Farías on classical guitar at Andy Summers’s studio in Los Angeles, September, 2014

Dur. 10’

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Homenaje a Octavio Paz (2014)

guitar, string quartet

Premiered by Roberto Limon and the Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Centro Cultural de Tijuana (CECUT), Mexico, in October 6, 2014

Dur. 16’

 

Geografía de un Canto (2014)

guitar

Premiered by Eliot Fisk at Brendle Hall-Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC, in September 23, 2014

Dur. 12’

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Cortada fue la Tierra (2014)

2 guitars

Premiered by Eliot Fisk and Benjamin Verdery at Brendle Hall-Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC, in September 23, 2014

Dur. 8’

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Cuarto Tonante (2013)

string quartet

Premiered by Cuarteto Latinoamericano at Tsuda Hall, Japan, in November 5, 2014

Dur. 7’

 

Canciones de Cuna (2013)

Text by Gabriela Mistral

mixed choir (SATB)

To be premiered by Catholic University of America Chorus (Washington, D.C.).

Dur. 8’

 

La Paloma Volara, 40 years after Victor Jara’s death (2013)

guitar

Premiered in October 1, 2013 by Romilio Orellana at GAM (Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral, Santiago, Chile)

Dur. 10’

 

Donde Habita la Ausencia (2013)

guitar

To be premiered by Eduardo Isaac

Dur. 12’

 

24 Etudes for Guitar (2012-2013)

guitar

Dur. c.60’

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Las Puertas de la Memoria (2012)

guitar

Premiered in May 21, 2013 at University of Sevilla (Spain) by Marcelo de la Puebla

Dur. 9’

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Cantos de Vida Nueva (2012)

Text by Raul Zurita

mixed choir (SATB)

Premiered in October 26, 2012 at Instituto Cervantes of New York by Khorikos

Dur. 12’

 

Seis por Tonante (2012)

bandoneón, piano, guitar

Premiered in November 2, 2013 by Daniel Binelli (Bandoneón); Polly Ferman (Piano); Eduardo Isaac (Guitar) at Teatro Colubsidio, Bogota, Colombia.

Dur. 7’

 

Concierto de los Andes (2011)

charango, guitar, orchestra 2(Picc.) 2(E.H.) 2(B.C.) 2(Cbsn) – 2.2.1- T. Perc. I,II – Str.

Premiered in October 22, 2011 at the George Mason Center for the Arts (Fairfax, VA, USA)

The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra; Christopher Zimmerman (Conductor); Carlos Boltes (Charango); Scott Hill (Guitar)

Dur. 28’

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Concerto for two guitars (2011)

2 guitars, Orchestra 2.2.2.2 – 2.2 – T. – Str

Premiered in October 28, 2011 at the Teatro Municipal de Ñuñoa (Santiago, Chile)

The Chilean Chamber Orchestra; Carlos Ramón Dourthé (Conductor); Dúo Orellana & Orlandini (Guitars)

Dur. 33’

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Concerto for four guitars (2010-2011)

4 guitars, orchestra 1.1.1.1 – 1.1.1 – T. Perc. I, II – Str

Premiered in February 12, 2011, at the Aschaffenburger Guitar Festival, (Aschaffenburger, Germany)

The Philarmonie Baden-Baden (Germany); Pavel Baleff (Conductor); Cuarteto de Guitarras de Chile

Dur. 22’

 

Tres Dolores de Patria Muerta (2010)

guitar

Chilean Obligatory repertory for the IX version of The Liliana Pérez International Music Competition (Santiago, Chile) (November 2010)

Dur. 5’

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¡Arma!, ¡Enfrena!, ¡Aína! (2010)

12 guitars, charango, 2 contrabasses

Premiered in May 5, 2010 at the Isidora Zegers Hall (Santiago, Chile)

The Chilean Guitar Ensemble; Javier Farías (Conductor)

Dur. 32’

 

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Cuarteto 5/Chorinho (2009)

guitar quartet

Premiered in November 20, 2009 at the Old First Church (San Francisco, USA)

San Francisco Guitar Quartet

Dur. 6’

 

Oceana (2009)

Text by Pablo Neruda

mixed choir, viola, guitar

Premiered in October 14, 2009 at the Immanuel Congregational Church (Hartford, USA)

VOCE Choir of Hartford; Carlos Boltes (Charango); Scott Hill (Guitar)

Dur. 22’

 

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Sobre el Mundo la Quietud (2009)

soprano, orchestra 2.2.2.2 – 2.2.1 – t. perc. 1,2 – str.

Premiered in September 26, 2009 at the Festival Mozart in Rovereto (Italy)

Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino; Andrea Dindo (Conductor); Tiziana Scandaletti (Soprano)

Dur. 10’

 

Toccata (2009)

guitar

Chilean Obligatory repertory for the XXXVI version of The Dr. Lus Sigall International Competition, (Viña del Mar, Chile) (November 2009)

Dur. 7’

 

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El Vuelo del Cóndor (2008)

guitar

Premiered in February 28, 2009, at The Gioventù Musicale Festival di Modena (Modena, Italy)

Emanuele Segre (Guitar)

Dur. 8’

 

Canta la Tierra (2008)

synthesizer, orchestra 2 (picc.) 2 (E.H.) 2 (B.C.) 2 (cbsn) – 2.2.1- T. Perc. I, II – str.

Premiered in August 2, 2008, at the Piazza Maggiore (Bologna, Italy)

Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna (Italy); Vito Clemente (Conductor)

Dur. 11’

 

3 suites for classical guitar (2007-2008)

guitar

Dur. 45’

 

Trastocada (2007)

2 guitars

Premiered during January 2008 in Paris (Salle Cortot), Madrid (Ateneo) and Berlín (Meistersaal)

Dúo Orellana&Orlandini (Guitars)

Dur. 9’

 

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Elegía (2007)

guitar

Premiered in September 13, 2007, at the Leighton House Museum in the First Festival of Chilean Guitar of London

Romilio Orellana (Guitar)

Dur. 9’

 

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Estancia al Viento (2007)

bandoneón, piano, viola, guitar

Premiered in May 29, 2007 at the Simsbury Chamber Music Festival (Connecticut, USA)

Daniel Binelli (Bandoneón); Polly Ferman (Piano); Carlos Boltes (Viola); Scott Hill (Guitar)

Dur. 9’

 

Arauco; por fuerte, principal y poderosa… (2007)

classical guitar, flamenco guitar, 16 guitars, narrator

Premiered in April, 2007 at The Teatro Municipal de Arauco (Chile)

Eugenio González (Classical guitar); Carlos Ledermann (Flamenco guitar); Isaac Collao

(Narration); the Chilean Guitar Ensemble; Javier Farías (Conductor)

Dur. 46’

 

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El Vuelo de tu Alma (2006)

guitar, charango

Premiered in October 2006 at the Universities of Wake Forest, North Carolina School of the Arts, Hart School of Music, USA

Scott Hill (Guitar); Carlos Boltes (Charango)

Dur. 16’

 

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Arauco Indómito (2006)

guitar

Recorded by Eugenio Gonzalez.

Dur. 12’

 

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5 Fachadas (2005)

guitar, viola

Premiered in October, 2005 during the 20th Anniversary of the Connecticut Classical Guitar Society

Scott Hill (Guitar); Carlos Boltes (Viola)

Dur. 9’

 

Retorna (2004)

guitar

Obligatory repertory at The XXI Andrés Segovia International Competition for Classical Guitar (December 2006, Granada-Spain)

Dur. 10’

 

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Concerto II for guitar and double string quintet (2004)

guitar, vln.I (2),  vln.II (2), vla. (2), vlc.  (2), cb. (2)

Premiered in October, 2004 at the V Entrecuerdas International Guitar Festival (Santiago, Chile)

Modern Orchestra of Chile; Eugenio González (Guitar); Luis José Recart (Conductor)

Dur. 23’

 

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Sonata for solo guitar (2003-2004)

guitar

Premiered in October 1, 2004, at the Teatro Comunale (Alessandria, Italy)

José Antonio Escobar (Guitar)

Dur. 18’

 

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Dezlía (2001-2003)

Flamenco Group (guitar, cante, percussion, palmas); Jazz Ensemble (2 flutes; 2 alto saxophones; 2 tenor saxophones; baritone saxophone; 4 trumpets; 4 trombones; el. guitar, bass, drums); string orchestra

Premiered at the Anual Program of Concerts of the Modern Orchestra of Chile (August, 2003) Luis José Recart (Conductor)

Dur. 32’

 

Evoca (2003)

big band.

Dur. 8’

 

Libro I (2002-2003)

 

15 quartets for classical guitar

Dur. c.54’

 

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Libro II (2002-2003)

12 quartets for electric guitar

Dur. c.50’

 

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Rezagos (2002)

guitar, flute, viola

Premiered in February, 2003 at International Festival of Contemporary Music of the University of Chile

Luis Orlandini (Guitar); Cristián Vásquez (Flute); Claudio Gutiérrez (Viola)

Dur. 17

 

Recontre Avec les Indiens Yahgan (2002)

symphonic band

Premiered in December, 2002 at Teatro Municipal de La Serena, Chile

Symphonic Band of La Serena; Sergio Fuentes (Conductor)

Dur. 9’

 

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Quinteto Tridestante (2001)

string quartet, percussion

Premiered in December, 2001 at Teatro Escuela Moderna (Santiago, Chile)

Quadrivium Ensemble

Dur. 16’

 

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Anexión (2001)

viola, tom-toms

Premiered in November 2001 at Teatro Escuela Moderna (Santiago, Chile)

Luis José Recart (viola); Gonzalo Muga (Tom-toms)

Dur. 12’

 

Concerto I for guitar and instrumental group (2000)

guitar, fl. cl. tr. bs. – vla. vlc. cb. – 2 perc.

Premiered In February 28, 2001, at the 25 Festival Aspekte (Salzburg, Austria)

Aspekte New Music Ensemble; Joaquín Clerch Díaz (Guitar); Kai Rohrig (Conductor)

Dur. 24’

 

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Urbexuda (1999)

electric guitar, string orchestra

Premiered in October 25, 1999, at the Teatro Municipal de Ñuñoa (Santiago, Chile)

Youth Symphonic Orchestra of Chile; Felipe Llanos (Electric guitar); Guillermo Rifo (Conductor)

Dur. 15’

 

Fandangos (1998)

flamenco guitar

Recorded by Javier Farías

Dur. 5’

 

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Que me Guarde (1998)

flamenco guitar

Recorded by Javier Farías

Dur. 5’

 

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Arena Gruesa (Bulerías) (1998)

Flamenco guitar

Recorded by Javier Farías

Dur. 4’

 

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Encuentros (Zapateado-Bulerías) (1998)

flamenco guitar

Recorded by Javier Farías

Dur. 8’

 

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Ausencias (1997)

guitar, oboe, clarinet in Bb

Premiered in May, 1997, at Teatro Escuela Moderna (Santiago, Chile)

Agrupación ECOS

Dur. 6’

 

Quinteto (1996)

2 guitars, 2 flutes, bassoon

Premiered in April, 1997, at Teatro Escuela Moderna (Santiago, Chile)

Agrupación ECOS

Dur. 5’