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dannylux - Manuel Maria Ponce Bersagliera: Message Board

dannylux's Comments

Manuel Maria Ponce (1882-1948) combined French Impressionism and the Romantic exuberance of Liszt and with Mexican folk melodies.

Bersagliera has a decidedly Baroque feel to it. It's translated as "an energetic and decisive woman". Not quite sure what that means.

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Sorcerer88 2010-08-23 17:37:54 Fun piece indeed! For me, the music isn't overly energetic and decisive though, so the woman i imagine is old, confused, but weirdly funny, by the sort of naivety the music embraces, especially in the main theme.
canonie 2010-08-22 18:48:02 maybe I can almost hear the Baroque... then it runs away again. Ponce - another I've never heard of, but what a fun piece. What is your piano/recording setup?
heidiv 2010-08-22 12:46:49 Mel, you've introduced me to so many fine composers through this ecital. I don't know where you find them, but I'm really enjoying listening.
Carey 2010-08-20 23:17:55 I've known several "energetic and decisive women." I don't detect much in the way of a Baroque or Impressionistic style here - but the piece definitely is Romantic and exuberant !! Seems to also give the performer a good workout !!