Pampeana No. 2 is a piece that the Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983) wrote in 1950 for cello and piano. It opens with many declamatory statements in a cello candenza which obsesses over the note D.
The piece then continues with a few dance-like themes, a slow, passionate, and emotional night music section, then followed by a finale depicting horses galloping in the Pampas mountain range of Argentina. Ginastera dedicated Pampeana No. 2 to his wife Aurora Natola-Ginastera, who was a cellist.