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1 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimCanto RepartidoEl Canto Repartido (The Shared Out Song) takes its title from a poem in the collection Las Uvas y el Viento (The Grapes and the Wind) by the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Many of the poems in this collection have a communist political tone, and critics often describe the poems in this book as among the...Shared Out Song2004
2 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimBlues M?gicoBlues en el Coraz?n is a set of three piano pieces connected by the use of a simple blues scale. The scale is used as the basis for all the material in the pieces and it is used both as a generator of surface motives, as in the second piece, and as source material for the harmonic background of all...3 Pieces for Piano; Music2009
3 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimMeditaci?nI grew up in Chile during the 70's, and early 80's, a time of political upheaval and economic distress in Chile, and this has probably exerted as strong an influence on my musical outlook as any other aspect of Chilean culture. While I distrust "political art," I do have an abiding desire for my mu...1997
4 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimPenumbraI grew up in Chile during the 70's, and early 80's, a time of political upheaval and economic distress in Chile, and this has probably exerted as strong an influence on my musical outlook as any other aspect of Chilean culture. While I distrust "political art," I do have an abiding desire for my mu...1997
5 Jones, Pamela Palmer; Chaufty, Lisa Marie; Richards, Leslie Jean; Grundvig, Kimberly Ann; Hart, CherylEvening of baroque music
6 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimCasi CuecaI grew up in Chile during the 70's, and early 80's, a time of political upheaval and economic distress in Chile, and this has probably exerted as strong an influence on my musical outlook as any other aspect of Chilean culture. While I distrust "political art," I do have an abiding desire for my mu...1997
7 Jones, Pamela Palmer; Chaufty, Lisa Marie; Richards, Leslie Jean; Grundvig, Kimberly Ann; Hart, CherylEvening of baroque music
8 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimBlues RoncoBlues en el Coraz?n is a set of three piano pieces connected by the use of a simple blues scale. The scale is used as the basis for all the material in the pieces and it is used both as a generator of surface motives, as in the second piece, and as source material for the harmonic background of all...3 Pieces for Piano; Music2009
9 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimBlues en el CorazónBlues en el Corazón is a set of three piano pieces connected by the use of a simple blues scale. The scale is used as the basis for all the material in the pieces and it is used both as a generator of surface motives, as in the second piece, and as source material for the harmonic background of al...3 Pieces for Piano; Music2009
10 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimCuarteto ClaroscuroI grew up in Chile during the 70's, and early 80's, a time of political upheaval and economic distress in Chile, and this has probably exerted as strong an influence on my musical outlook as any other aspect of Chilean culture. While I distrust "political art" I do have an abiding desire for my musi...1997
11 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimMareasIn Mareas (Tides), the dark timbre of the alto flute is immersed in a dark, watery, electronic sea. The bell sounds in the work evoke for me the bells of fishing boats as they toss around in choppy waters. These are sounds I first heard in the port of Valparaíso, Chile as a boy, their rhythm being ...Tides; Carlton Vickers; Chilean music; Bell sounds2005
12 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimDream SwimScore for work for 2 violins, viola, and 2 cellos.music, score, strings, quintet2011
13 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimDanza del OcasoDanza del Ocaso (Dusk Dance) is a dance for three instruments, which evolves from a simple catchy humming tune shared by the three, in a Latin American inspired dancing 7/8 meter, to a complex contrapuntal texture, in a more abstract atonal language. Running throughout is the notion of transformati...Dusk Dance; Latin American; Three instruments1998
14 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimSalmo 139Choral music work in Spanish based on Psalm 139.music, SSATB Choir2009
15 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimDesde el LímiteIn Desde el Límite (From the Edge) I was inspired by the experience of my granduncle, Benedicto Chuaqui as presented in his book "Memorias de un Emigrante" (Memoirs of an Immigrant), who immigrated to Chile from Syria in the early 1900s. In the work there are disguised references to American musica...From the Edge; Benedicto Chuaqui; Chilean music2006
16 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimPersistencia de la MemoriaLa Persistencia de la Memoria (The Persistence of Memory) takes its title from the iconic surrealist painting ("The Persistence of Memory") by Salvador Dalí. The flexibility of this work's tempo, unusual for a work in which the electronics are closely coordinated with the live performer, mirrors th...Persistence of Memory; Salvador Dalí2008
17 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimSt. Mary Magdalene at the Holy Sepulchre: fantasy on a vespers hymn from the feast day of St. Mary MagdaleneScore for work for organ for the feast of St. Mary Magdalene.score, music, organ, St. Mary Magdalene.2006
18 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimBlues ClaroBlues en el Coraz?n is a set of three piano pieces connected by the use of a simple blues scale. The scale is used as the basis for all the material in the pieces and it is used both as a generator of surface motives, as in the second piece, and as source material for the harmonic background of all...3 Pieces for Piano; Music2009
19 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimTiempo norte, tiempo sur (north time, south time)Score for work for chamber orchestra commissioned by the Utah Arts Festival (NEA).music, chamber orchestra2008
20 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimSaturnianaScore for work for bass trombone and electronics.music, trombone, electronics2009
21 Jones, Pamela Palmer; Chaufty, Lisa Marie; Richards, Leslie Jean; Grundvig, Kimberly Ann; Hart, CherylEvening of baroque musicU School of Music Faculty Concert. Sundays @ 7 Spotlight Concert. "An Evening of Baroque Music." Pamela Palmer Jones, harpsichord. Cheryl Hart, soprano. Lisa Chaufty and Kim Grundvig, recorders. Leslie J. Richards, viola da gamba. Sunday, October 9, 2009. Libby Gardner Concert Hall. 7:00 p.m.2009-10-04
22 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimSonora RunSonora Run is a 7 minute work for orchestra dedicated to the memory of the Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño. Although his novels take the reader all over the world, the Mexican state of Sonora and the Sonoran desert play a central role in several of his works, including his acclaimed major works, The...Roberto Bolaño; Sonora Mexico2006
23 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimDanza del OcasoDanza del Ocaso (Dusk Dance) is a dance for three instruments, which evolves from a simple catchy humming tune shared by the three, in a Latin American inspired dancing 7/8 meter, to a complex contrapuntal texture, in a more abstract atonal language. Running throughout is the notion of transformati...Dusk Dance; Latin American; Three instruments1998
24 Chuaqui, Miguel BasimMareasIn Mareas (Tides), the dark timbre of the alto flute is immersed in a dark, watery, electronic sea. The bell sounds in the work evoke for me the bells of fishing boats as they toss around in choppy waters. These are sounds I first heard in the port of Valparaíso, Chile as a boy, their rhythm being ...Tides; Carlton Vickers; Chilean music; Bell sounds2005
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