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RBP's Capricho Latino, takes listeners on a journey through Latin-flavored music

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Violinist Rachel Barton Pine'sCapricho Latino, takes listeners on a rare tour of Latin-flavored music strictly for solo violin, with 14 works from the late-Romantic era to the present day by composers from Latin America, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe, including eight compositions and arrangements recorded for the very first time.

Any album of solo instrumental music subjects itself to a higher degree of vulnerability, for the artist must stand alone on his/her performance for the duration of the CD. Rachel Barton Pine succeeds brilliantly on these pieces for the solo violin (and narrator, as with Ferdinand the Bull), most of which have a Latin flavor. READ MORE from her 'allmusic' review.

WFMT's Fiesta had RBP and Elbio into their Chicago studio to introduce the new album released by Cedille Records.