La Leyenda del Gato del Bosque a Orillas del Lago

Marjana Rutkowski & Sergio Olivé

La Leyenda del Gato del Bosque a Orillas del Lago
Performed By Marjana Rutkowski & Sergio Olivé
Album UPC 884502661897
CD Baby Track ID 7448090
Label Marjana Rutkowski & Sergio Olivé
Released 2010-07-03
BPM 138
Rated 0
ISRC ushm81028135
Year 2010
Spotify Plays 35
Writer Sergio Anibal Olivé
Pub Co Sergio Anibal Olivé
Composer Sergio Anibal Olivé
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceOne Stop
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country Brazil


This cello & piano duo brings many tales through music. The repertoire encompasses Argentinian, Brasilean and Celtic pieces, plus commissioned new works composed by Sergio Olivé specially for this project.


The repertoire
Brazilian popular music, tango, and chacarera are performed through songs as Caicó, Libertango, Viola Enluarada (tango version), and added to compositions by Sergio, originally created for this project.

The fusion of classical and popular languages
Marjana and Sergio wish to knock down the wall that often separates the “academic music” to the “popular music” (two worn-out and unfortunate expressions). Their work juxtaposes the two languages in several ways: since the cello and piano ensemble usually performs classical music, here they explore the popular repertoire with all the kaleidoscopic choices of popular music keeping in perspective their classical training. Their performance also intends to demonstrate, with humor and a few jokes, that if the wall exists, it is gradually cracking.

Bridging dreams to the real world
Both Marjana and Sergio have been working in projects that challenge the traditional approach in which the artist has little interaction with the audience, restricted to the re-creation of musical scores. Their quest for a two-way bridge with the public surfaces in performances preceded with often humorous tales. In the case of this album, the tales and the explanations for each track are printed on the cover.

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