Flute, cello and cuatro with marimba, Venezualan harp, maracas.
In Spanish Baranda means fence, sin translates into without, and Pabellon can hold many different translations. In this case, Pabellon refers to a traditional Venezuelan dish which consists of black beans, rice, and shredded beef. This dish is served with a slice of plantain placed on the side. The plantain is seen as a fence on the plate and is representative of the Baranda in the dish. Beyond the evident humorous association between the popular dish and the music of Venezuela, this allegory symbolizes the musical style of this trio, which draws upon the roots of different styles in the wide range of genres found in Venezuelan music, and being “fenceless” allows them to embrace any other type of music of the world. “Stravismo” is a great example of this trio's ingenious version of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, a piece that features this legendary work molded into the Venezuelan merengue rhythm of 5/8, and that also includes excerpts of Rimsky'Korsakoff's Russian Easter Overture.
Gaitollon/Bbco/Gloria De Un parrandon/Gaitonendo/Pea Santoral
Los Diamantes Del Indio Figurado