The symphonic poem which alludes to lake Nahuel Huapí was completed in Buenos Aires in 1926 and premiered on April 14, 1929, at the New Theater in Buenos Aires (today the “General San Martín Theater”). The music opens with the staging of an expressive tritone in the oboe as a conducting motif, which portrays the luminous opalescent color of the snow-capped mountains that are reflected in the mirror of the glacial waters of Nahuel Huapí Lake...
A detailed description about the piece and about the composer is appended to the work.
Thanks to Sinfónica Juvenil Nacional José de San Martín, we can enjoy this historic work performed again after a very long time. It is a beautiful journey back in time:
Nahuel Huapí - Symphonic Poem for Orchestra - ONLY FOR RENT
For cello and piano in one movement. With editor's notes in Spanish and English. Berutti dedicated this piece to the cellist Graziano Panizza. This volume is based on the first edition, published by A..