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    Radamés Gnattali - Concertinos for Guitar and Orchestra, Marco Salcito

    Brilliant Classics pubblica una nuova release dedicata al repertorio per chitarra. Si tratta di Radamés Gnattali - Concertinos for Guitar and Orchestra
    La tracklist include:
    Concertino No. 1 for guitar and orchestra (1951) Concertino No. 2 for guitar and orchestra (1952)  Concertino No. 3 Concerto da Copacabana for guitar, flute, timpani and string orchestra (1956) Concerto No. 4 Concerto a Brasileira for guitar and strings (1967) Qui nel dettaglio:

    La recensione su MusicWeb International è raggiungibile da questo link.
     

    Hivern Florit - Ariel Elijovich

    "Hivern Florit" - ARIEL ELIJOVICH - guitarra
     
    This CD gathers pieces i have worked with during my roundtrip Buenos Aires / Vercelli / Buenos Aires. They are meaningful to me and - i'm sure - to the guitar repertoire.  
     
     
     
    Joaquin Turina, Sonata op. 61 
    1. Lento-Allegro-Alegretto traquilo.
    2. Andante.
    3. Allegro Vivo.
     
    Reginald Smith Brindle, El Polifemo de Oro
    4. Ben adagio.
    5. Allegretto.
    6. Largo.
    7. Ritmico e vivo.
     
    Heitor Villa-Lobos, della Suite Populaire Bréselienne
    8. Mazurka-Chôro.
    9. Schottish-Chôro.
    10. Valsa-Chôro.
    11. Gavotta-Chôro.
     
    Benjamin Britten, “Nocturnal” after John Dowland, op.70
    12. Musingly / Cavilante.
    13. Very Agitated / Muy agitado.
    14. Restless / Inquieto.
    15. Uneasy / Ansioso. 
    16. March-like / Como una marcha.
    17. Dreaming / Soñante.
    18. Gently Rocking / Meciendose.
    19. Passacaglia.
    20. Slow and Quiet / Lento y Traquilo.
     
    Angelo Gilardino, Sonata n°2 “Hivern Florit”
    21. Alegretto semplice-Andantino grazioso.
    22. Andante molto traquillo, quasi adagio.
    23. Allegro vivo e brillante.
     
    Manuel de Falla, 
    24. “Homenaje” pour le tombeau de Debussy.
      Recorded in Estudio.Ar between 2014 y 2015
     
    Cover: L. Moholy-Nagy Q 1 Suprematistic, 1923
    Edited by Fernando Lerman
    Sound Engineer Ariel Gato
    PAI RECORDS
    Produced by Ariel Elijovich
     

    Fernando Sor: Les Deux Amis, Duo Camitz-Hesselberg

    L'etichetta discografica Gateway Music pubblica il nuovo CD dedicato alla musica per chitarra intitolato "Fernando Sor: Les Deux Amis – Selected Works for Two Guitars"
    La tracklist include opere selezionate del compositore spagnolo per due chitarre: L’Encouragement, Op. 34; Divertissement, Op. 38; Six Valses Composée Pour l’Orcehstre Par differés Auteurs arrangées pour deux Guitares, Op. 39 (Nos. 6, 4, 1); Les Duex Amis, Op. 41; Le  premier pas vers moi, Op. 53; Divertissement, Op. 62; Souvenir de Russie, Op. 63
    Sito internet di Maria Camitz: http://www.mariacamitz.com
    Sito internet di Leif Hesselberg: http://www.leifhesselberg.dk
    Una esecuzione dal vivo del duo:
     

    Gilardino First recording, VirtuosoDuo

     L'etichetta discografica dotGuitar pubblica il CD dedicato alle prime registrazioni assolute del Concerto del Sepeithos e Riviera di Chiaia di Angelo Gilardino (1941)
    La tracklist completa:
    Concerto del sepeithos: 1. allegro impetuoso Concerto del Sepeithos: 2. Adagio Sostenuto Concerto del sepeithos: 3. allegretto Concerto del Sepeithos: 4. Andante Molto Calmo Concerto del Sepeithos: 5. Allegro Capriccioso Riviera di chiaia: 1. allegro scapigliato Riviera di chiaia: 2. (pioggia) adagio Riviera di chiaia: 3. allegro con fuoco ℗ 2017 Dotguitar Srl
     

    A Guitar for Segovia, Javier Somoza

    Il chitarrista spagnolo Javier Somoza pubblica con Brilliant Classics il suo nuovo CD dal titolo A Guitar for Segovia
    La tracklist:
    1.    Tres libros de musica en cifras: Pavana by Alonso de Mudarra  2.    Tres libros de musica en cifras: Tiento by Alonso de Mudarra  3.    Tres libros de musica en cifras: Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Ludovico by Alonso de Mudarra  4.    Saldivar Codex no 4: Folias italianas by Santiago de Murcia  5.    Saldivar Codex no 4: Folias españolas by Santiago de Murcia  6.    Tiento by Maurice Ohana  7.    Variazioni attraverso i secoli, Op. 71 by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco  8.    Pièces brèves (4) for Guitar by Frank Martin 

    Dal sito dell'editore:
    There are two themes to this recording: the time-honoured genre of the folía, and an instrument made for and played by the greatest guitarist of the 20th century, Andres Segovia. With his determination to expand the repertoire of guitar music and extend the instrument beyond its associations with his native Spain, Segovia commissioned three works played here by Javier Somoza: the Variations à travers les siècles by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Variaciones y Fuga sobre la Folía de España by Ponce and a set of Four Short Pieces by Frank Martin. Segovia eventually decided that Martin’s idiom was too dissonant for his taste and so never played them, but the pieces have since become classics of the mid-20th-century repertoire alongside works by Britten and Henze. 
    As their titles suggest, however, the other two works have a conscious relationship with the history of the guitar and its repertoire, developed from the lute and vihuela of previous centuries. Ponce only partially fulfilled Segovia’s request for ‘a series of brilliant variations on the Folías de España theme […] in the Classical Italian style of the 18th century.’ What resulted was a monumental, thoroughly eclectic work definitely not in 18th-century style. Segovia, again, decided to adapt the piece for his own ends but Somoza has returned to the original. Meanwhile Castelnuovo-Tedesco, in his first work for the guitar, also consciously embraced eclecticism in a series of different idioms: a stylized chaconne reminiscent of early music; a free variation, a waltz, and a foxtrot. 
    There is one more modern work on the album – the dazzling Tiento by Maurice Ohana that also looks back to 18th-century Spanish idiom – which functions as a pivot between the ages. Two examples of the folía theme-and-variation form by Santiago de Murcia date from roughly 1730; and to open, Somoza travels back in time to the tientos of 16th-century Spain with three brief works by Alonso Mudarra. ‘A Guitar for Segovia’ is both an absorbing journey through the history of guitar music and an important record of a Segovia instrument: a significant addition to the expansive library of guitar music on Brilliant Classics. 
    The concept of this CD is inspired by two sources: the works are based on the harmonic pattern of “La Follia”, a characteristic Spanish Dance, and, secondly, the guitar that belonged to Andrés Segovia and was built in 1924 by the famous luthier Santos Hernández, and donated by the maestro to the Victor Espinos Music Library in Madrid. Segovia is known to have played the instrument extensively, on several world tours. 
    The music on this CD spans 4 centuries, and features works by Alonso Mudarra, Santiago de Murcia, Maurice Ohana, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Manuel Ponce and Frank Martin, a kaleidoscopic repertoire fully exploring the rich possibilities of this magnificent instrument. 
    Javier Somoza is one of the foremost guitarist of Spain. After winning several international guitar competitions he embarked on a brilliant solo career. Next to that he is Professor at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Musica in Madrid and Honorary member of the Segovia Guitar Academy.

    Saggese Plays Carollo, Christian Saggese

    Il nuovo disco del chitarrista italiano Christiano Saggese dedicato alla musica di John A. Carollo (1954).
    La tracklist include i seguenti brani per chitarra sola:
    Guitar Suite No. 2 - Let Freedom Ring Guitar Suite No. 3 - Spring into Thin Air Preludi Italiani No. 3 - The Tai Chi Set Guitar Etude No. 7 - The City of 100 Spires Guitar Etude No. 9 - What Now? Informazioni sul compositore:
    https://johnacarollo.wixsite.com/website/about
    Dal video sottostante, interpretazione della Suite No.4
     

    Agustín Barrios: Complete Studies and Preludes, Marco Caiazza

    L'etichetta discografica dotGuitar pubblica il nuovo CD del chitarrista italiano Marco Caiazza.
    La tracklist completa:
    Estudio Inconcluso Estudio de Concierto no. 2  Estudio no. 3 Arabescos (Estudio no. 4) Estudio Vals  Estudio en Mi menor (Estudio no. 6) Estudio en Si menor  Estudio del Ligado en La Estudio del Ligado en Re Estudio en Arpegio  Estudio para Ambas Manos Estudio en Sol menor  Las Abejas (Estudio)  Estudio de Concierto  Preludio en La menor  Preludio en Re menor  Preludio no. 3 (Preludio en Do menor) Preludio en Do Major  Escala Y Preludio Preludio en Mi menor  Preludio en Mi Major Preludio op. 5 no. 1 

    A tribute to Ida Presti, Cinzia Milani

    Brilliant Classics pubblica il nuovo CD della chitarrista italiana Cinzia Milani dedicato a Ida Presti e alla sua musica.
    Interpreti: Cinzia Milani
    Supporto: CD Audio
    Numero dischi: 1
    Etichetta: Brilliant Classics
    Data di pubblicazione: 1 settembre 2017
    Tracklist

    Dal sito dell'editore:
    ‘One of the greatest guitarists of all time,’ remarked John Duarte in his entry on Ida Presti for Grove’s Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Best-known in posterity as one half of the celebrated Presti-Lagoya duo, she is celebrated on this album as a composer and virtuoso in her own right, half a century after her unexpected death in the middle of a US concert tour, at just 43 years of age. 
    In her booklet-note, Cinzia Milani remarks that she has always considered Presti a role-model, not only for her prodigious talent as a guitarist, but as a female musician in a culture and industry still often dominated by male authority. She presents here six studies by Presti herself, a Danse rhythmique and an Etude du matin, and Presti’s tribute to her own hero, Segovia. Just as Presti dedicated the dance to her husband Lagoya, so Milani follows it with two works which he in turn dedicated to her. Then there are various works by composers little known outside guitar circles such as Miguel Ablóniz and indeed Duarte. 
    Through all these works may be traced the joyous personality of Presti herself, summed up by her granddaughter Isabelle in the booklet as ‘elegant nimbleness, luminous musicality and wonderful self-confidence’. She was friends with many of the composers such as Gontran Dessagnes, who wrote his Tendesse for her in 1954. The work by Guy Morançon is a tribute to her memory, composed in the wake of her death. Finally, Milani has written her own tribute, Quattro Mi, in admiration for the extraordinary facility of Presti in holding down the note E (Mi in solfege) on four different strings simultaneously. 
    By its nature, the album is unique in the catalogue, of immediate interest to guitarists and anyone curious about a great artist of the last century. 
    This recording was made on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of Ida Presti, one of the greatest guitarists of the 20th century, a pioneering woman who used her extraordinary talents for the popularization of her instrument and the music written for it. 
    Italian guitarist Cinzia Milano compiled the program for this new recording, consisting of original works by Ida Presti as well as works by other composers which are dedicated to her: Alexandre Lagoya, Miguel Ablóniz, John Duarte, Dimitri Fampas, Gontran Dessagnes and Francis Poulenc. 
    The booklet contains contributions by the artist as well as by Isabelle Presti, the granddaughter of Ida Presti.
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