Mariel Barreña: Singer, pianist and composer, born in La Plata, Argentina.
Play the accordion, guitars and percussion. She is currently releasing his latest record and visual work: "Viva. Destino del Canto" (Argentine Popular Music) This has the participation of Omar Gómez (Amigos del Chango) on bass, Pablo Vignati on bass drum and drums, Gabriel Larraz and Nehuen Ercoli on guitars, Ignacio Alvarez, (member of Bomba de Tiempo ) in percussion and varied guest artists. Recreating a repertoire of current Argentine music under the influence and search of his own voice. The disc has its own compositions and specific music versions of the Argentine popular songbook. All arrangements and musical ideas are their own. 2019 he finds her in Japan and Korea giving concerts with Ensemble Selene, a project that is formed under the production of Sukiyaki meets the world. She also accompanies the multi-award-winning artist "Mariana Baraj". She teaches at the University La Plata Bs As Arg.
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La luz del conflicto The light of conflict is a music composed especially from the idea of "conflict" proposed by the jury. On the beginning in the course of the first minutes: the conflict as a creative force that gives rise to the light of the new melodies.
Luna Negra is a music with Afro-Argentine and Afro-Peruvian influences, but you can also hear some Spanish influences. The rhythm is based on a Peruvian rhythm and dance called "Lando" from the Angolan word Lundu. It is a rhythm in 6/4 can be felt in 12/8 and 3/2 providing rhythmic variety and different accents, thus generating a conflict when perceiving different accents. The song speaks of the moon witness of loneliness, memories, looks, loves, making reference also to his eternal love with the earth.
Corazón (Heart) is a music that starts from the conflict as a creative force: "If everything is born when it dies and something dies at birth", "Heart squeezes heart loose heart". Day-to-day conflict as a creative impulse, as the heartbeat. This song starts from the idea that something new can be born out of a conflict. These are times when conflict is part of every minute, every second like a new choice.
San Martin 54 is a music inspired by a house in a town in Argentina where I lived some time ago. Getting away from the city, was at that time, a search to try to clear up the conflicts that, in my opinion, modern life entails ... the way of relating to things, and to people. The music has some polyrhythms and rhythmic displacements, which at times seem to “fight”. At the end of the song, the flute, guitar and percussion improvise, one on top of the other, generating points of clash between musical ideas.
This song talks about the communion of Latin American rhythms with African music, and the strong influence that Africa has had on our music. Latin America, as a diverse continent without borders, is one, and in it, the roots of ancestral African cultures flourish. The music, as usual, acts as an integrating element between cultures, telling us we share a common history that embrace us, the history of mankind.
Suddenly everything stopped in infinite silence. Humanity is on pause waiting for its destiny. It is time to make a decision, the wind hides his voice, and nobody hears the music of the spheres. We must be one again: Humanity and Mother Nature. Faith and hope in our sacred music. Faith and hope in our sacred humanity. Beyond our sacred Music, beyond love. This song was composed during the Covid quarantine with these amazing artists and people. Kazakhstan and its millennial voice, Amsterdam, Cuba and South America.
The song talks about the relationship with our planet and expresses the wish to go back to the start and begin again. Just like a love relationship that has hit a hard time and you wish you could start over and get past the old hurt. 'What will remain when the cold winds blow the leaves away? In the pouring rain. Will we find love, can we begin again?'
The soil of the Andean lands breaks, the waters of the world´s widest river stir in the South Atlantic, a typhoon wakes up in the Japanese archipielago and giant flames rise like burning tongues from the Korean peninsula. Earth - Water - Wind - Fire Four Elements, Four Artists. The Far East and the deepest Southwest in ask for mercy in “Sprout”, a prayer for our Mother Earth.
A song that calling for embracing our Mother Earth, listen to her needs and protect her from distraction.
Sasha: “SOY” (I am) is a romantic, Italian stylized song, where our relationship with our “mother earth” is presented as an interaction. To thrive you need to treat each other with care, love, attention and respect - it’s the only way to keep it alive … The absence of those above will, eventually, lead to disruption and disconnection, and finally - “death” of it. Mariana: This song is the voice of the earth in the first person, crying out to embrace it and give it a hope of change. Mother Earth feels without strength and needs to recover.
No submissions for Beyond Music Project Volume 1.