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Novelties on the Quindecim label

We are pleased to report a new addition to Tritó’s list of suppliers, the Mexican label Quindecim, with recordings among the new CDs included in the catalogue just recently. This label divides its production between different music styles and instrumental formats. For example, Quidecim offers three albums of Mexican music for piano, with works by many Mexican composers, such as Manuel M. Ponce, an exponent of Mexican musical impressionism in the first half of the 20th century, and composers from other countries who have developed their musical activities in Mexico, as is the case of the little-known Catalan composer Luís Jordá. The music on the three CDs is performed by the pianist Gustavo Rivero Weber. The label also offers examples of music composed for different instrument formats: one containing romantic music for the violoncello, another with chamber music, a third with vocal music, and a CD presenting Mexican music for orchestra. Quindecim also has an interesting catalogue of early music played in Mexico, with works by composers from both that country and this side of the Atlantic. The CDs in question are “Ars Nova. Navidad“, “La guitarra en el México barroco” and “Música virreinal Mexicana“, with works from the 16th and 17th centuries. We hope you will enjoy this Mexican music, and that this start will serve to contribute minimally to the dissemination of the exciting repertoire that has built up, and continues to be built up, in Mexico.