Tres momentos en Antioquía is written in three movements: Allegro, Largo and Allegro, with a background of small symphony. Each movement describes a different moment of the author's mood experienced during the first few months working and living in Medellin (Colombia).
Concertino for Piano and Strings is characterised by its organic and straight-forward construction, developed with a modesty and simplicity in its musical themes and expressions, which affords it a sense of unity, transparency and clarity.
Esguards silents is a concerto for guitar and string orchestra in three movements entitled Incertesa (Uncertainty),Desconcert (Bewilderment) and Desolació (Desolation). Each one of them wants to express an emotional state as it could be felt by a child from any country in front of the disasters of a war.
La Suite per viola i orquestra is imbued with the air of Hispanic festivity and Andalusian folklore which was so fashionable in the mid-20th century and is so appreciated by audiences around the world. Agustí Borgunyó displays a total mastery of orchestration as well as an exquisite taste for approaching the various themes without ever giving into the...
The play Auris Concertum by Alejandro Civilotti is a hymn about return to the world of sounds.
Sevillian Nocturne is a symphonic piece with music that has clear roots in Seville. The melisma typical of Arabic-inspired music is ever-present, and the sound of the guitar is anticipated in the arpeggios of the harp and piano, which take on soloist parts at certain points of the work.
The Catalan Symphony by Ricard Lamote de Grignon is a magnificent piece of music some 40 minutes in duration and structured into four movements; one with a generous instrumentation while at the same time being full of detail.
This work of Civilotti shows remarkable imaginative individuality, with a stable emotional atmosphere, and management of unreleased sounds that trap the attention until the end.Jorge Aráoz Badí