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Downtown Music Gallery online review,USA, 2001, by  David Beardsley,
Gabriel Valverde
LUMINAR
Mode 94

Gabriel Valverde (Argentina) uses the language of late twentieth century music to create some really nice textures. Espacios Inasibles (1991-1992, Fleeting Spaces) for large orchestra plays with little melodic gestures and large jumps in volume. Resplandor de los Surem (1996-98, The Light of the Surem), this piano piece has a moody ambience. Terra Incognita (1992-1997) for string trio and electronic tape features large amounts of synthesized tape sounds with occasional appearances by the string trio. (My favorite track on this CD). El silencio ya no es silencio (1996, Silence is no longer merely silence) for harp is a nice meditation on the harp. Lots of paused silences juxtaposed with events. (Now I think this is MY favorite track on this CD). 5000 Voces (1994-1995) for mezzo, chamber choir and ensemble is a nice splash of the late 20th century. Liberal use of tuned percussion and large bursts from the ensemble, with sections of sustained pitch.


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