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  1. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Takemitsu Complete Music for Solo Guitar, Andrea Dieci

    La major discografica Brilliant Classics pubblica il nuovo CD del chitarrista italiano Andrea Dieci dedicato alla musica del compositore giapponese Tōru Takemitsu (1930 - 1996). Dal sito della casa discografica: The idiom of Toru Takemitsu fits the classical guitar like a tailored suit of pure lines where simplicity conceals the thought and art behind their design. The range of sonority is wide yet subtle in the set of three Folios (1974) which became his first work for the instrument, yet their brevity is out of all proportion to the care taken in their construction, and they quickly made their composer renowned, along with Henze, as one of the most refined composers for the instrument in the second half of the last century. Takemitsu’s explanation of the title was characteristically laconic: ‘just two facing pages, short pieces, no more than that.’ Within the third of them is buried a quotation from a chorale used by Bach in the St Matthew Passion, hinting at a grave character that is shared by the more overtly Hispanic figuration of the second movement. From 13 years later, the four movements of All in Twilight are an impressionistic evocation in sound of a painting of the same name by Paul Klee. Takemitsu’s fondness for bell-like sonorities returns in the minute-long tribute to the composer Sylvano Bussotti on his 60th birthday. Landscape and painting stimulated the composer’s imagination in two more guitar pieces: Equinox, he explained, was inspired by the painting of the same name by the Catalan painter, Joan Miro (1967). ‘During the equinox the length of day and night are the same and the title has some relationship to musical proportions and the harmonic pitch interval within the composition, but no literary meaning.’ In the Woods was Takemitsu’s very last composition, completed in November 1995, three months before his death. This three-movement suite opens with Wainscot Pond, after a painting of Cornelia Foss – a tone-painting in his late style which is pared back to harmonic essentials and returns to a diatonic harmony that he never quite forsook at his most avant-garde. Tracklist: Download e ascolto online: https://brilliant-classics.lnk.to/TakemitstuCompleteMusic
  2. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Masterclass di Andrea Dieci

    ► LEZIONI INDIVIDUALISabato 21 e domenica 22 aprile 2018 dalle ore 09.00Sala dei Concerti di Spazio Musica Piazza Aldo Moro, 1 Ponzano Veneto ► SAGGIO DEGLI ALLIEVI della Masterclass Domenica 22 aprile ore 20.45 Barchessa di Villa Rubbi-Serena Via Giovanni Battista Cicogna, 45 Ponzano Veneto ► Il Corso comprende due lezioni da 55 minuti, una sabato e una domenica, è aperto a solisti ed ensemble e prevede un massimo di nove iscritti. Il costo è di €135 per entrambe le lezioni. ► INFO E ISCRIZIONI masterdiecitreviso@gmail.com facebook.com/MasterDieciTreviso * * * Andrea Dieci ha studiato nella classe di Paolo Cherici al Conservatorio “G. Verdi” di Milano, dove si è diplomato nel 1989 con il massimo dei voti, la lode e la menzione speciale. Ha inoltre studiato con Oscar Ghiglia, dapprima ai Corsi dell’Accademia Musicale Chigiana di Siena (sempre con Diploma di Merito), successivamente alla Musikakademie di Basilea, conseguendovi il Solistendiplom nel 1992. Ha partecipato a masterclass tenute da Julian Bream. Ha vinto il 1° Premio ai Concorsi Internazionali di Gargnano, Lagonegro (dedicato alla musica per chitarra del XX secolo) e “De Bonis” di Cosenza, nonché il Premio Speciale della Giuria all’ARD-Musikwettbewerb 1989 di Monaco di Baviera. Definito “an impressive guitarist” dal Times Herald e “una vera star della chitarra classica” dal Corriere della Sera, ha tenuto centinaia di concerti per importanti istituzioni musicali in Europa, negli Stati Uniti, in America Centrale e del Sud, Asia e Africa, figurando nell’ambito di manifestazioni di rilevanza mondiale quali il Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto, il Festival Internazionale della Guitar Foundation of America (GFA) e il Festival Internazionale di Singapore, ed esibendosi in festival musicali a Londra, Madrid, Los Angeles, Tokio, Atene, Istanbul e altre importanti città. È dedicatario e primo esecutore di numerosi lavori di compositori contemporanei. Ha partecipato a programmi radiofonici e televisivi trasmessi da RAI, Radio Vaticana, Radio Nacional Española, BBC, Radio Televisione Svizzera Italiana ed Euroradio. Ha inciso numerosi CD per le etichette discografiche MAP, Nuova Era, Bèrben, DotGuitar e Brilliant Classics, tra cui figurano monografie su Manuel Maria Ponce, Nicola Jappelli e Astor Piazzolla (in duo col violinista Piercarlo Sacco). Di particolare rilevanza, l’incisione dell’opera completa per chitarra sola di Toru Takemitsu (MAP, 2004 - “Chitarra d’Oro” 2005 per il miglior disco dell’anno al Convegno Internazionale di Chitarra di Alessandria), dell’opera completa per chitarra sola di Heitor Villa-Lobos (MAP, 2009) e dell’opera completa per chitarra sola di Hans Werner Henze (Brilliant Classics, 2016 - “Chitarra d’Oro” 2017 per il miglior disco dell’anno al Convegno Internazionale di Chitarra di Alessandria). È l’unico chitarrista ad aver inciso le integrali di questi tre importanti autori. Il suo ultimo CD solistico è dedicato alle Sonate Complete per chitarra di Fernando Sor (Brilliant Classics, 2017). Apprezzato didatta, tiene masterclass e seminari per rinomate istituzioni musicali in vari paesi d’Europa, negli USA, in Messico, Brasile, Singapore e Giappone. È docente all’Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “Vecchi-Tonelli” di Modena-Carpi e ai corsi annuali di perfezionamento dell’Accademia “G. Regondi” di Milano. Suona una chitarra José Romanillos con corde Savarez.
  3. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Henze complete music for solo guitar, Andrea Dieci

    Brilliant Classics pubblica il CD dedicato alla musica per chitarra sola di Hans Werner Henze (1926 - 2012). Interprete il chitarrista italiano Andrea Dieci. Numero di dischi: 1 Formato: CD, Classica Etichetta: Brilliant Classics ASIN: B01CTMJOC6 La tracklist: Dal sito dell'editore: Henze may have been renowned as one of the most prodigious postwar German modernists, but the important position of the guitar in his output reveals the lyric and rhapsodic side to his nature which runs as an undercurrent throughout his music, flowering most fully in the genre of opera to which he was drawn time and again. His first major work for the instrument is a set of three Tentos – or tientos, the Spanish form of the fantasia or ricercar to be found in English and Italian music of the 15th century onwards – extracted from a collection of chamber music for various combinations. ‘They feature in the repertory of virtually every professional guitarist who considers himself worthy of the name,’ as the composer modestly remarked – but with justice, for their brevity is matched by their songful imagination. The two sonatas are much more ambitious in scale, both inspired by the Shakespearean literature which Henze loved so much, and also by the artistry of Julian Bream, who may be counted a Segovia of the latter half of the last century, thanks to the array of composers who realised through his playing the expressive possibilities of an instrument they might otherwise have regarded as having strictly local or picturesque appeal. Characters are portrayed such as the ridiculous Sir Andrew Aguecheek, but also narratives told, such as Gloucester’s relationship to King Lear. The Italian guitar magazine Seicorde has described Dieci as a ‘fine performer with an enviable technique’. His first recording on Brilliant Classics was of the contemporary guitarist-composer Nicola Jappelli (BC9435); according to Seicorde, ‘the skillful balance of dynamics often extreme and sudden, the adoption of an extremely expressive phrasing and varied even in minimalist areas, meticulous articulation of ethereal melodies broken between items: these are just some of the qualities that deserve recognition in the work of Dieci.’ Dieci’s second album comprised popular guitar works by the Argentinian master of the classical tango, Astor Piazzolla, with a selection of music for violin and guitar capturing the spirit of the era, ‘Café 1930’ (BC94896). This, too, was issued to a very positive reception. Hans Werner Henze was one of the most important composers of the 2nd half of the 20th century, and certainly one of the most prolific. He often wrote for the guitar, exploring the evocative potential of the instrument so that it could express a wide range of different emotions and atmospheres. This CD presents the two Sonatas on Shakespearean Characters, an important cycle portraying characters like Lady Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet and Ariel, finding a new dramatic expression in these personifications of timeless human values. Italian guitarist Andrea Dieci, a winner of several international competitions, is called “A true star of the classical guitar” (Corriere della sera) and “an impressive guitarist” (New York Times Herald). He recorded for Brilliant Classics the complete works by Jappelli (BC9435) and guitar works by Piazzolla (BC 94896). Excellent liner notes by a musicologist, in both English and Italian.
  4. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Castelnuovo-Tedesco Sonatina op. 205, Grossi-Dieci

    Bruno Grossi e Andrea Dieci interpretano la Sonatina op. 205 per flauto e chitarra di Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco I. Allegretto grazioso II. Tempo di Siciliana (Andantino grazioso e malinconico) III. Scherzo-Rondò Bruno Grossi, flute - Andrea Dieci, guitar Registrazione dal vivo 24 Settembre 2003, Milano
  5. Brilliant Classics pubblica il CD dedicato alla musica per chitarra sola di Hans Werner Henze (1926 - 2012). Interprete il chitarrista italiano Andrea Dieci. Numero di dischi: 1 Formato: CD, Classica Etichetta: Brilliant Classics ASIN: B01CTMJOC6 La tracklist: Dal sito dell'editore: Henze may have been renowned as one of the most prodigious postwar German modernists, but the important position of the guitar in his output reveals the lyric and rhapsodic side to his nature which runs as an undercurrent throughout his music, flowering most fully in the genre of opera to which he was drawn time and again. His first major work for the instrument is a set of three Tentos – or tientos, the Spanish form of the fantasia or ricercar to be found in English and Italian music of the 15th century onwards – extracted from a collection of chamber music for various combinations. ‘They feature in the repertory of virtually every professional guitarist who considers himself worthy of the name,’ as the composer modestly remarked – but with justice, for their brevity is matched by their songful imagination. The two sonatas are much more ambitious in scale, both inspired by the Shakespearean literature which Henze loved so much, and also by the artistry of Julian Bream, who may be counted a Segovia of the latter half of the last century, thanks to the array of composers who realised through his playing the expressive possibilities of an instrument they might otherwise have regarded as having strictly local or picturesque appeal. Characters are portrayed such as the ridiculous Sir Andrew Aguecheek, but also narratives told, such as Gloucester’s relationship to King Lear. The Italian guitar magazine Seicorde has described Dieci as a ‘fine performer with an enviable technique’. His first recording on Brilliant Classics was of the contemporary guitarist-composer Nicola Jappelli (BC9435); according to Seicorde, ‘the skillful balance of dynamics often extreme and sudden, the adoption of an extremely expressive phrasing and varied even in minimalist areas, meticulous articulation of ethereal melodies broken between items: these are just some of the qualities that deserve recognition in the work of Dieci.’ Dieci’s second album comprised popular guitar works by the Argentinian master of the classical tango, Astor Piazzolla, with a selection of music for violin and guitar capturing the spirit of the era, ‘Café 1930’ (BC94896). This, too, was issued to a very positive reception. Hans Werner Henze was one of the most important composers of the 2nd half of the 20th century, and certainly one of the most prolific. He often wrote for the guitar, exploring the evocative potential of the instrument so that it could express a wide range of different emotions and atmospheres. This CD presents the two Sonatas on Shakespearean Characters, an important cycle portraying characters like Lady Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet and Ariel, finding a new dramatic expression in these personifications of timeless human values. Italian guitarist Andrea Dieci, a winner of several international competitions, is called “A true star of the classical guitar” (Corriere della sera) and “an impressive guitarist” (New York Times Herald). He recorded for Brilliant Classics the complete works by Jappelli (BC9435) and guitar works by Piazzolla (BC 94896). Excellent liner notes by a musicologist, in both English and Italian. Maggiori informazioni: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTMJOC6/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_cristianoporqueddu Leggi la scheda di questo/a novità discografica
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