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Miguel del Aguila SILENCE for violin and piano
Seeded by migueldelaguila on 23 Aug 2013
Author: Miguel del Aguila S I L E N C E - (Silencio) Op. 107 for violin and piano (to Nelson del Aguila 1964-2012) Renia Piotrowski-Shterenberg, violin Miguel del Aguila, piano About SILENCE: Written in 2013 Silence is a slow, nostalgic and introspective work. Its simple structure is dominated by a recurring lyrical theme which contains elements from 1940's Latin Jazz/Tango. The work was inspired by the sudden passing of the composer's brother Nelson del Aguila, and it expresses the sadness of this loss. The title Silence refers to the void or emptiness left by a person who's absent. A voice who is no longer heard. Silence was premiered 2013 by Guillermo Figueroa and Miguel del Aguila at Music in the Mountains Festival in Colorado, USA Renia Piotrowski-Shterenberg is currently a member of the San Antonio Symphony's first violin section. An active musician in the San Antonio area, she performs with the Olmos Ensemble and teaches a small private studio. Formerly Principal Sec
Composer: Miguel Del Aguila