"When Naxos suggested making a new recording of my music, the idea was to give a full panoply and to emphasize the changes in style that occurred over time, from the very early First Symphony, through the experimental years (while working with George Szell in Cleveland as the orchestra's Composer-in-Residence), the lighter side with two short concert tangos, and finally a score for a film that did not get made," notes acclaimed composer-conductor José Serebrier. "In my music, while the style changed in the 1960s and 1970s, the ‘message' remained the same. The lyrical line, the atmosphere, and a certain Slavic undertone are there in all these works."
- 1. Symphony No. 1
- 2. Nueve
- 3. Violin Concerto, "Winter"
- 4. Tango en Azul (Tango in Blue)
- 5. Casi un Tango (Almost a Tango)
- 6. They Rode Into the Sunset, "Music for an Imaginary Film"