À la Brahms
As part of a huge experiment/good-humor game, I'm attempting to make variations of this famous waltz by Mexican composer Juventino Rosas. I have not yet completed "� la" Mahler, Mozart, Schnittke, Mancini, nor the "� la charro" –like a mariachi's corrido. And also a humble "� la Saavedra". This one is dedicated to a friend of mine who is crazy about Ballad No4.
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