Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Welcome words by Giancarlo Ibárgüen
    • Universidad Francisco Marroquín's achievements
    • Presentation of UFM's staff and collaborators
    • Acknowledgments
  • 07:12    |    
    Introduction to concert by Geraldina Baca-Spross
  • 08:52    |    
    Beginning of concert: Guitarríssimo
    • Spanish Dance Suite ( n Suite de Danzas Españolas), Gaspar Sanz
      • Passacalle de la Cavallería de Nápoles
      • Españoleta
      • La Folia
      • Canarios
    • Sinfonietta for Guitar Orchestra ( n Sinfonietta para Orquesta de Guitarras), Hans Schmid-Kaiser
      • Allegro con brío
      • Andante
      • Scherzo
      • Rondo
    • Pavane for a Dead Princess ( n Pavana para una Infanta Difunta), Maurice Ravel
    • From 'Love, The Sorcerer' ( n De 'El Amor Brujo'), Manuel de Falla
      • El Amor Popular
      • Canción del Pescador
      • Canción del Fuego Fatuo
      • Sortilegio
      • Danza Ritual del Fuego
    • Processional Folklore
      • Procession of the natives
      • Dance of the conquerors
    • Dawn ( n Amanecer), Lester Godínez
    • Moon over Xelajú ( n Luna de Xelajú), Paco Pérez
  • 01:14:20    |    
    End of concert
  • 01:15:34    |    
    Final credits


Guitarríssimo

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The Guatemalan Guitar Orchestra, directed by William Orbaugh, offered a guitar ensemble concert at Universidad Francisco Marroquín, where there were performed various musical pieces from international composers: Spanish Dance Suite, from Gaspar Sanz; Sinfonnieta for Guitar Orchestra, from Hans Schmid-Kaiser; Pavane for a Dead Princess, from Maurice Ravel; and excerpts of Love, The Sorcerer, from Manuel de Falla. There were also presented two Guatemalan songs: Dawn, from Lester Godínez and Moon over Xelajú, from Paco Pérez, and a dramatization of the Guatemalan processional folklore was included in the development of the concert.




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