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1. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Flute
2. Transiçoes Para Um Encontro de 3 Fantasias: No.
3. Andante
4. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Oboe
5. Transiçoes Para Um Encontro de 3 Fantasias: No.
6. Expressivo Lento
7. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Clarinet
8. Transiçoes Para Um Encontro de 3 Fantasias: No.
9. Lento
10. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Bassoon
11. Transiçoes Para Um Encontro de 3 Fantasias: No.
12. Final: Allegro
13. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Guitar
14. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Horn
15. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Trumpet
16. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Trombone
17. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Tuba
18. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Piano
19. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Violin
20. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Viola
21. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Cello
22. Fantasia Sul América for Solo Double Bass
23. Fantasia Sul América for Voice and Piano
24. * Sonata for Solo Violin (Title, Not a Track)
25. I. Prelúdio
26. II. Allegro Com Brio
27. III. Lentamente
28. IV. Allegro Gracioso

More Info:

Claudio Santoro was one of Brazil's leading composers, having written a considerable amount of solo, chamber and orchestral music, including arguably the most important symphonic cycle ever written in that country. The fifteen Fantasias Sul América, composed as competition pieces for individual instruments, represent fascinating syntheses of his style heard in compressed form. Freely atonal and highly virtuosic, these pieces are now standard repertoire for Brazilian soloists, and were even used later by Santoro as material for his SymphonyNo.12 (Naxos8.574406). The youthful Sonata for Solo Violin is a work of extraordinary density and experimentation that reveals an aesthetically consistent dialogue with the much later Fantasias.