P A T A R U C O

Pataruco, written by Ricardo Lorenz was released on March 1999 by the Chicago Symphony along side the percussionist Ed Harrison for whom the piece was dedicated to. Since then the piece has been played around the world. It was also recorded with the Czech National Symphony and Ed harrison launched by Albany Records on 2001. Pataruco is a concerto for Venezuelan maracas and orchestra of popular origen that the composer has stylize. There is a marvelous part for harp that emphasizes the presence of the emblematic Venezuela plains and throughout the complete piece a great balance in its formal aspects as well as in the sound.

PATARUCO

Concerto for Venezuelan maracas and orchestra

Author: Ricardo Lorenz.

Orchestra: Simón Bolívar Symphony.

Soloist: Manuel Alejandro Rangel.

Conductor: Christian Vasquez.

March 25th, 2017 

 

PATARUCO

Concert for Venezuelan maracas and Wind Symphony

Author: Ricardo Lorenz.

Orchestra: MSU Wind Symphony.

Soloist: Manuel Alejandro Rangel.

Conductor: Kevin Sedatole

March 21st, 2019 

 

PATARUCO

Concert for Venezuelan maracas and Wind Symphony

 Author: Ricardo Lorenz.

Orchestra: Vanderbilt Wind Symphony.

Soloist: Manuel Alejandro Rangel.

Conductor: Thomas Verrier.

November 3rd, 2019 



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