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Mexican-born 21st century composer Ernesto Martínez was a friend and protégé of Conlon Nancarrow, and it clearly shows in this music, performed in various combinations by Martínez himself and the two other members of his Micro Rítmia trio, and featuring acoustic pianos, guitars, and marimbas. While easily as technically challenging as Nancarrow's manic player-piano roll pieces, this music is played by living musicians, and is as demanding as any contemporary music you might hear.
Ernesto Martinez : Mutaciones. A native of Mexico, where as a young man he encountered and became friends with American marverick Conlon Nancarrow, Ernesto Martinez has been sculpting remarkably original polyrhythmic compositions for well over a decade.
Tolantogo Son. Adiciónes. Ya Te Vi Lupe Ya Te Vi (for 2 marimbas & 2 pianos). Mutaciones Basadas en el Canon de Pachelbel. Estudios Micro Ritmicos a 4 Partes (part 1).
Listen to music from Ernesto Martinez like Tolantogo Son, Adiciónes & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ernesto Martinez. Ernesto Martinez delivers his first recordings outside of his native Mexico for the Tzadik label after sculpting remarkably original polyrhythmic compositions for well over a decade. Inspired equally by Balinese Gamelan techniques, the piano masterworks of Nancarrow, and Mexican folk traditions, Martinez and his group Microritmica blend complex and virtuosic hocketing techniques, meticulously performed on a combination of piano, marimba and altered guitars, all with a striking sense of drama.
Mexican native Ernesto Martínez is a 20th-21st century composer comfortable with minimalism, multi-rhythmic polyphony, texture music, electronic enhancements, acoustic layering of instruments, and current contemporary sounds. Born in Mexico City in 1953, Martínez took up composition at the National School of Music, establishing a technique he calls Micro-Ritmia, combining Latin percussive sounds with long tones, repetition, and subtle yet direct melodic and harmonic undercurrents. The compositions and player piano rolls of American Conlon Nancarrow, who lived in Mexico for an extended period,. John Zorn's Tzadik label released the Martínez CD Mutaciónes in 2004.
|1||Tolantongo son (Mutación), for 2 pianos||Ernesto Martínez||6:25|
|2||Adiciónes, for 2 composed guitars (Study No. 5)||Ernesto Martínez||5:33|
|3||Ya te vi Lupe ya ye vi, for 2 marimbas & 2 pianos||Ernesto Martínez||11:00|
|4||Mutaciónes basadas dn el Canon de Pachelbel, for 2 pianos||Ernesto Martínez||11:37|
|Four-Part Microrhythmic Studies, for 4 composed guitars|
|5||1. no. 1 fase 1/32 (1/32 phase)||Ernesto Martínez||1:37|
|6||2. No. 2 fase 1 2/3 (1 2/3 phase)||Ernesto Martínez||1:38|
|7||3. no. 3 fase 1 1/2 (1 1/2 phase)||Ernesto Martínez||1:38|
|8||4. no. 4||Ernesto Martínez||2:42|
|9||Duométrica, for 2 marimbas & 2 composed guitars||Ernesto Martínez||5:12|
Credits:Heung-Heung Chin - Design
Heung-Heung "Chippy" Chin - Design
Scott Hull - Mastering
Ernesto Martínez - Guitar, Liner Notes, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer
Alfredo Arriaga Quintana - Photography
Juan Mercado Rangel - Marimba
Alejandro Huerta Rojas - Marimba
Alejandro Huerta Rojas - Marimba
Kazunori Sugiyama - Associate Producer
John Zorn - Executive Producer