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    19th Guitar Music, Luigi Attademo

    Brilliant Classics pubblica un nuovo CD dedicato alla musica del XIX secolo per chitarra: 19th century guitar music. L'interprete è il chitarrista italiano Luigi Attademo.
     
    La tracklist è la seguente:

    A guitar compilation out of the ordinary: full of Mediterranean fire and foot-tapping rhythms, but in the context of a historically informed journey through the cultural landscape of the guitar’s spiritual home in the 19th century, and played on original instruments of the time by a musician who has thoroughly researched the technique and technical developments necessary for performances fully within the idiom. There is even a first recording, most unusually for this often-heard repertoire: the Sonatina by Giuseppe Anelli, a guitarist and composer from Turin who probably published these pieces in 1809.
    The best-known names on this album are Mauro Giuliani and his rival Fernando Sor, both being famed through the capitals of Europe as virtuoso guitarists in the first decades of the 19th century. Giuliani’s Capricci Op.20 are a synthesis of his musical style, full of virtuoso passages and feature a delightful melodic vein that clearly derives from the bel canto tradition. Meanwhile the Fantasia Op.21 and the Variations Op.9 arefine examples of Sor’s style, with their implicit references to Mozart and Haydn as sources of inspiration.
    Less familiar to us now is Dionisio Aguado, who was in Paris during the 1830s. His renown as a composer is less widespread than that of Sor, perhaps because he spent much of his life writing a teaching method (published in 1849) that embodies not only a synthesis of his technical vision of the instrument, but also an aesthetics of sound and an approach to interpretation that are distinctly modern in concept.
    The guitar’s technological innovations are more evident in the music of Napoléon Coste, a student of Sor who devised a seven-stringed guitar that responded to the need for greater timbral and harmonic variety, offering extended richness in the lower register. Le Tournoi, a ‘Fantasie chevaleresque’, was conceived for this type of instrument, and derives directly from the programmatic music typical of the romantic symphonic repertoire. It is no coincidence that the piece was dedicated to Hector Berlioz.
    In the beginning of the 19th century the guitar gained a widespread popularity. The technical developments of the instrument led composers to take it seriously and compositions began to appear regularly.
    This CD offers a survey of the most important guitar composers of the 19th century: Mauro Giuliani, Napoleon Coste, Giuseppe Anelli, Luigi Legnani and Fernando Sor: music of classical Viennese background, spiced up by the colouristic possibilities of the instrument, charming, witty and pleasing to the salon audiences.
     

    Sonata, Nicola Montella


    L'etichetta discografica DotGuitar pubblica il nuovo CD di Nicola Montella dal titolo "Sonata".
    L'interprete, premiato al Brussels International Guitar Competition, propone una tracklist di musiche di Paganini, Llobet, Coste, Ginastera e Scarlatti.
    Nel dettaglio:

    Il CD è disponibile su Amazon, iTunes e sui principali circuiti di vendita di CD digitale.

    Sauguet: Complete Music for Guitar, Alfonso Baschiera

    Nuova release della casa discografica Brilliant Classics dedicata al repertorio originale per chitarra del Novecento.
    Si tratta del CD singolo dedicato alla musica di Henri Sauguet (1901 - 1989)
    Alfonso Baschiera, chitarra
    Federica Lotti, flauto
    Nicola Boscaro, violoncello
    Henri Sauguet composed for many solo instruments, but writing for the guitar was where his passion lay, describing the instrument as ‘very noble’ and ‘one of the great instruments that belong to all ages’. An eclectic, prolific and original composer, Sauguet’s great gift lay in his ability to construct with just a few notes sound sketches that transcend genres, taking inspiration from a wide pool of trends. Sauguet began composing music for the guitar in 1958 with Soliloque, a vibrant, emotionally charged piece in which tonality and modality intermingle with chromaticism, and continued with the elegant harmonic solutions of Trois Préludes in 1970 and the subtle and expressive neo-modality of Musiques pour Claudel in 1973. These two suites, written to celebrate the French writer Paul Claudel, were followed by Six Pièces faciles in 1975, which was more frivolous in nature but nevertheless evocative, with memorable melodic themes. The crowning note in his guitar music writing career came with Révérence à Johann Sebastian Bach, written in 1985 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the great German composer’s birth, and Cadence, his final piece for the solo guitar written at the age of 84 and published posthumously in 1990, containing two distinct sections that intertwine, the first part mechanical and regular, the second contemplative and lyrical.
    Sauguet  was a favourite pupil of Erik Satie and Charles Koechlin. Later he became closely related to the famous Groupe des Six, the composers around Poulenc, Auric and Milhaud. His fame spread, and he was commissioned to write ballets for Diaghilev’s Les Ballets Russes and Ida Rubinstein.
    Sauguet’s style is a reflection of the pluriform development of 20-th century music: impressionism, expressionism, Darmstadt School, all had their influence on him. His “native’ language however is one of expressive lyricism, and that warmth of feeling shines through all his works.
    This new recording presents Sauguet’s complete output for guitar: small scale works written in cycles, miniatures of great beauty, originality and strong contrasting feelings.
     
    La tracklist:
    Sauguet-Complete-Music-For-Solo-Guitar-2
    Info sul sito di Brilliant Classics  > http://goo.gl/EIdn5n
     

    Francisco Tárrega Guitar Edition, Giulio Tampalini

    Francisco Tárrega Guitar Edition, Giulio Tampalini
    © 2015 Brilliant Classics
    CD 1-2 Opere originali
    CD 3-4 Trascrizioni
     
    Tracklis:
    Compact Disc 1
    1 Capricho árabe 4’36
    2 La alborada 1’49
    3 Marieta (Mazurka) 1’54
    4 Pavana 1’43
    5 María 1’17
    6 Isabel (Waltz) 1’14
    7 La Cartagenera 4’45
    8 ¡Adelita! (Mazurka) 1’29
    9 Rosita (Polka) 1’45
    10 El columpio 2’19
    11 Danza mora 1’57
    12 Gran vals 2’35
    13 Malagueña fácil 2’45
    14 Recuerdos de la Alhambra 5’28
    15 Mazurka in G 2’28
    16 Las dos hermanas (Waltz) 3’31
    17 Minueto 1’25
    18 Paquito (Waltz) 1’56
    19 Pepita (Polka) 1’17
    20 Danza odalisca 2’38
    21 Sueño (Mazurka) 1’26
    22 Vals in D 2’00
    23 Variaciones sobre El Carnaval de Venecia de Paganini 8’04
     
    Compact Disc 2
    1 Prelude No.1 in D minor 1’10
    2 Prelude No.2 in A minor 1’28
    3 Prelude No.3 in G 0’38
    4 Prelude No.4 in E 0’45
    5 Prelude No.5 in E 1’18
    6 Prelude No.6 in B minor 0’53
    7 Prelude No.7 in A 0’44
    8 Prelude No.8 in A 0’21
    9 Prelude No.9 in A 0’21
    10 Prelude No.10 in D 0’18
    11 Prelude in D 0’26
    12 Prelude in A minor 0’25
    13 Prelude in D 0’36
    14 Lágrima 1’30
    15 Prelude in G 0’41
    16 Prelude in C 0’40
    17 Endecha 0’50
    18 Oremus (transcription of Robert Schumann’s Phantasietanz Op.124 No.5) 0’55
    19 Prelude in A minor 0’22
    20 Prelude in D 0’28
    21 Prelude in A 0’20
    22 Estudio en forma de minueto 1’35
    23 Estudio sobre un estudio de Cramer 1’23
    24 Sueño (Trémolo) 6’22
    25 Estudio sobre una sonatina de Alard 2’14
    26 Estudio de velocidad 1’29
    27 Estudio sobre un tema de La traviata de Verdi 0’58
    28 La mariposa 1’09
    29 Estudio sobre ‘Andante en etude’ de Émile Prudent 2’04
    30 Estudio sobre un fragmento de Schumann 0’52
    31 Fantasía sobre motivos de La traviata de Verdi 6’01
    32 Gran jota de concierto 9’21
     
    Compact Disc 3
    Transcriptions by Francisco Tárrega
    Frédéric Chopin 1810–1849
    1 Nocturne in E flat Op.9 No.2 4’24
    2 Mazurka in G sharp minor Op.33 No.1 1’23
    3 Mazurka in B minor Op.33 No.4 5’12
    4 Mazurka in A minor Op.67 No.4 3’05
    5 Waltz in A minor Op.34 No.2 4’52
    6 Prelude in E minor Op.28 No.4 1’43
    7 Prelude in B minor Op.28 No.6 1’31
    8 Prelude in A Op.28 No.7 0’36
    9 Prelude in D flat Op.28 No.15 3’56
    10 Prelude in C minor Op.28 No.20 1’06
    Robert Schumann 1810–1856
    11 Fantasiestücke Op.12 No.1 ‘Des Abends’ 2’58
    12 Albumblätter Op.124 No.16 ‘Schlummerlied’ 3’32
    13 Bunte Blätter Op.99 Albumblätter 1’21
    14 Bunte Blätter Op.99 No.1 ‘Nicht schnell, mit Innigkeit’ 1’53
    15 Album für die Jugend Op.68 No.12 ‘Knecht Ruprecht’ 1’25
    16 Novelletten Op.21 No.1 ‘Romanza’ [Tárrega’s title] 1’23
    17 Kinderszenen Op.15 No.7 ‘Träumerei’ 2’03
    Ludwig van Beethoven 1770–1827
    18 Minuet WoO10 No.3 2’04
    19 Piano Sonata No.8 ‘Pathétique’ Op.13 – II. Adagio cantabile 4’00
    20 Symphony No.7 Op.92 – II. Allegretto (fragment) 1’37
    21 Sonata Op.2 No.2 – III. Scherzo 3’40
    22 Sonata No.4 Op.7 – II. Largo 4’48
    23 Septet Op.20 – IV. Andante (1st Variation) 0’58
    24 Sonata No.14 ‘Moonlight’ Op.27 No.2 – I. Adagio 4’17
    25 Franz Schubert Sonata No.18 D894 – Minuet 4’12
    26 Hector Berlioz La damnation de Faust – Ballet des Sylphes 2’09
    Edvard Grieg 1843–1907
    27 Lyric Pieces Op.43 No.2 ‘Solitary traveller’ 0’52
    28 Norwegian Folk Songs Op.66 No.13 ‘A little grey man’ 1’26
    29 Peer Gynt Op.23 – The Death of Åse 3’14
    30 August Heinrich von Weyrauch Nach Osten 1’41
     
    Compact Disc 4
    Transcriptions by Francisco Tárrega
    Johann Sebastian Bach 1685–1750
    1 Sonata No.1 for Solo Violin BWV1001 – II. Fugue 4’06
    2 Suite No.3 for Solo Cello BWV1009 – V. Bourrée I – VI. Bourée II 3’00
    3 Partita No.1 for Solo Violin BWV1002 – VII. Tempo di bourrée 3’10
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756–1791
    4 String Quintet No.5 K593 – III. Minuet 4’28
    5 String Quartet No.15 K421 – III. Minuet 3’37
    Joseph Haydn 1732–1809
    6 String Quartet Hob.III:74 – II. Largo assai 3’10
    7 Keyboard Sonata Hob.XVI:33 – III. Tempo di minuetto 1’22
    8 Baryton Trio Hob.XI:87 – III. Minuet 1’54
    9 ‘Ox Minuet’ Hob.IX:27 2’38
    George Frideric Handel 1685–1759
    10 Chorale 2’22
    11 Samson HWV57– Minuet 1’43
    12 Georges Bizet L’Arlésienne – No.19 Mélodrame: Adagio 1’40
    13 Richard Wagner Tannhäuser – March 4’14
    14 Arrigo Boito Mefistofele 6’04
    15 Giacomo Meyerbeer L’Africaine – Morceau d’ensemble et Finale 3’52
    Felix Mendelssohn 1809–1847
    16 Lieder ohne Worte Op.30 No.6 Venetianisches Gondellied 2’41
    17 Lieder ohne Worte Op.19b No.6 Venetianisches Gondellied 2’07
    18 Adolf Henselt Estudio (Suspiro de amor) 1’32
    19 Giovanni Bolzoni String Quartet in B flat – Minuet 3’07
    20 Rafael Calleja Gómez El ratón (Tango) 1’32
    21 Eduardo Di Capua O sole mio 1’27
    22 Quinito Valverde El pobre Valbuena (Polka) 2’34
    23 Carlos García Tolsa Tango 1’58
    24 Sebastian de Iradier La Paloma (Habanera) 2’09
    25 Isaac Albéniz Suite española Op.47 – No.5 Sevilla 4’11
    CD TARREGA GUITAR EDITION - 4 CD's
    GIULIO TAMPALINI, guitar 
    (C)2015 Brilliant CLassics
    CD 1-2 Original Works
    CD 3-4 Transcriptions
    Bartok Studio Bernareggio Italy
    Sound Engineer: Raffaele Cacciola
    Guitar Philip Woodfield 2010
    Strings: Aquila Perla
    Booklet notes: Angelo Gilardino
    http://www.brilliantclassics.com/
     

    Gilardino Sonatas for Guitar, Alberto Mesirca

     

    DotGuitar pubblica la ristampa del CD di Alberto Mesirca dal titolo "Gilardino Sonatas for Guitar" originariamente pubblicato da Bèrben.
    Tracklist:
    1) Sonata n. 2 “Hivern florit” - 1. Allegretto semplice
    2) Sonata n. 2 “Hivern florit” - 2. Andante molto tranquillo
    3) Sonata n. 2 “Hivern florit” - 3. Allegro vivo e brillante
    4) Sonata mediterranea - 1. Cipressi
    5) Sonata mediterranea - 2. Ninna nanna
    6) Sonata mediterranea - 3. Pini sul mare
    7) Sonata del Guadalquivir - 1. Memorias
    8) Sonata del Guadalquivir - 2. Leyendas
    9) Sonata del Guadalquivir - 3. Lejanias
    10) Cantico di Gubbio - 1. Andantino un poco mosso, semplice
    11) Cantico di Gubbio - 2. Aria ('Lo giorno se n'andava ... ")
    12) Cantico di Gubbio - 3. Apoteosi

    Angelo Gilardino, Luigi Biscaldi e Quartetto di Asti

     

    DotGuitar ristampa il CD "Angelo Gilardino - Concerto d'Estate - Concerto de Cordoba" originariamente distribuito da Bèrben.
    Interpreti: Luigi Biscaldi e il Quartetto d'Asti
    La tracklist:
    CONCERTO D'ESTATE per chitarra sola e quartetto di chitarre (1992) 1) I) Tema e preludio (6 '30’’) 2) II) Aria notturna (9 '27”) 3) III) Finale (6 '50”) CONCIERTO DE CORDOBA para guitarra solista y cuarteto de guitarras (1993) 4) I) Coplas (8 '00”) 5) II) Elegia de Medina Azahara (8’10”) 6) III) Toques (5 ' 19”)  

    Pavane pour une chevelure rousse, Domenico Scaminante

     

    Valle Giovanni Musical Editions pubblica il CD "Pavane pour une chevelure rousse - œuvres pour guitare"
    Domenico Scaminante suona la musica di Carlo Francesco Defranceschi
    Tracklist:
    1.  Pavane pour une chevelure rousse 2.  Suite “Rayures” – Larmes en perspective 3.  Suite “Rayures” – Etincellement de la façade 4.  Suite “Rayures” - Tournesols en dèlire 5.  Profondeur suggérée 6.  Silhouette violacée 7.  Suite “Affiches sans moralisme” -  Chromatisme délicat 8.  Suite “Affiches sans moralisme” – La femme au boa noir 9.   Suite “Affiches sans moralisme” - Peinte sur carton 10. Suite “Affiches sans moralisme” – Sous les feux de la rampe 11. Rongé d’ombres atemporelles, petite rapsodie orinique 12. Suite “Sublime Rien’(s)” – Ennuì sans cause 13. Suite “Sublime Rien’(s)” – La verve du trait 14. Suite “Sublime Rien’(s)” – Confettì de femme 15. Suite “Sublime Rien’(s)”- Le trapèze volant  
     
     

    Gilardino complete music for solo guitar 1965-2013, Cristiano Porqueddu

    L'etichetta discografica Brilliant Classics pubblica il cofanetto di 14 CD dedicato alla musica per chitarra sola scritta dal compositore piemontese Angelo Gilardino dal 1965 al 2013. 


    Periodo di registrazione: June 13, 2012 – March 30, 2015
    Sede: Chiesa della Solitudine (NU)
    Chitarra: Giuseppe Guagliardo
    La tracklist:

    Acquisto su Amazon: https://www.amazon.it/Gilardino-Complete-Music-Guitar-1965-2013/dp/B0106UFKW6/
    Acquisto su iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1018180698
    Anteprime su SoundCloud
     
     

    Masters of the Guitar vol 1 - Spain, AAVV

    Masters of the Guitar vol 1 - Spain
    Tracklist:
    1. Anonimous: El testament de Amelia (Miguel Llobet), Recording: 1925
    2. Anonimous: El Mestre (Miguel Llobet ), Recording: 1925
    3. Isaac Albéniz. Evocación (No.1, from Iberia Suite, Book 1) M. Llobet e Luisa Anido, Recording: 1929
    4. Manuel de Falla. El sombrero de tres picos. Emilio Pujol – Matilde Cuervas, Recording: 1936
    5. Manuel de Falla. La vida breve. Danza. E. Pujol- M. Cuervas, Recording: 1936
    6. Manuel de Falla. Homenaje (Tombeau de Claude Debussy). Angel Iglesias, Recording: 1953
    7. Francisco Tarrega. Gran Jota. Angel Iglesias, Recording: 1943
    8. Guillermo Gomez. Tremolo. Guillermo Gomez , Recording: 1928
    9. Enrique Granados. La Huerfana (Arr. G. Gomez). Guillermo Gomez, Recording: 1943
    10. Aleksandr Borodin. Serenata. Alfonso Sorrosal, Recording: 1941
    11. Fernando Sor. Minuetto op. 11 N.6. Alfonso Sorrosal, Recording: 1941
     
    Manuel Palau (1893-1967). Sonata en La (Mare nostrum), Narciso Yepes, Recording: 1950
    12. I. Como un Tocata
    13. II. Intermezzo
    14. III. En modo popular
    15. M. Palau. Fantasía. Narciso Yepes, Recording: 1950
    16. Dionisio Aguado. Studio de Concierto. Vicente Gomez, Recording: 1939
    17. Federico Moreno-Torroba. Fandanguillo dalla Suite Castellana. Vicente Gomez, Recording: 1939
    18. Francisco Tarrega. Recuerdos de la Alahambra. Regino Sainz de la Maza. Recording: 1948
    19. Francisco Tarrega. Mazurka. Regino Sainz de la Maza. Recording: 1948
    20. Federico Moreno-Torroba. Quien te puso / Petenera, Renata Tarragò. Recording: 1959
    21. Federico Moreno-Torroba. Cancioncilla. Renata Tarragò. Recording: 1959
    22. Napoleon Coste. Etude n° 20. Alberto Ponce. Recording: 1963
    23. Fernando Sor. Andantino en Ré min. Alberto Ponce. Recording: 1963
    24. Chotis (Anonyme arr. Emilio Pujol). Alberto Ponce. Recording: 1963
    25. Manuel Diaz Cano. Preludio en el estilo de los viejos maestros. Recording: 1963
     
    T.T. 73’25
    IDIS 6699
    Italian/English Introduction by M. Bazzotti
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