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  1. Esordio discografico del chitarrista italiano Davide Giovanni Tomasi con l'etichetta discografica spagnola Jsn Guitar Records Il CD singolo, contiene musica di John Cage, Tōru Takemitsu e Benjamin Britten. Registrato presso gli Rockaway Studios, Castellón de la Plana (España) tra il 15 e il 17 Maggio del 2018 Dal sito dell'editore: Davide Giovanni Tomasi es considerado uno de los solistas más prometedores de su generación. Es el ganador del segundo premio (primer premio no asignado) en la "ARD International Music Competition" en Munich, que es considerado uno de los concursos más prestigiosos del mundo. Además, ha ganado más de veinticinco premios en concursos internacionales: 1er premio en la "Tokyo International Guitar Competition", 2º premio en "Guitar Masters 2016" (Wroclaw, Polonia), 1er premio en el "Concurso Internacional de Guitarra José Tomás villa de Petrer" (España), en el "Gargnano International Guitar Competition" y en el "Emilio Pujol International Guitar Competition" en Sassari, 1er premio y premio del público en el "Viseu International Guitar Competition" (Portugal), 1er premio entre todos los instrumentos en el "Premio Fondazione CRT" en Ivrea, y finalmente el "National Prize of Arts", otorgado por el Ministerio de Educación a los mejores músicos que estudian en Italia. Le ha sido también asignado el título de “Revelación del año” Golden Guitar en la 22a International Guitar Convention en Alessandria. Davide ha tocado como solista con eminentes orquestas, como la "Müncher Rundfunkorchester", la "AUKSO", la "Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra" y la "Orchestra Sinfonica Giovanile del Piemonte" entre otras. También dedica parte de su actividad a la música de cámara y últimamente toca a dúo con el guitarrista italiano Marco Musso. Ha sido invitado a actuar en prestigiosos lugares, como el "Auditorium del Museo del Violino" en Cremona, el "National Forum of Music" en Wroclaw, el "Prinzregententheater" en Munich, el "International House of Music" en Moscú, el "Teatro Coccia" en Novara, el Aula Magna de la Universidad “La Sapienza” en Roma, el "Teatro Verdi" en Sassari, el "Institute for Italian Culture" en París, el "Grosser Ehrbar Saal" en Viena, el "Hakuju Hall" en Tokio, y muchos otros. Desde 2016 es un artista patrocinado por D’Addario. Davide Giovanni Tomasi nació en 1991 en Pavía, Italia. Se licenció cum laude en el Conservatorio de Novara con el Mtro. Guido Fichtner cuando tenía solamente dieciocho años. Después, fue aceptado en la Academia Chigiana en Siena donde estudió con el Mtro. Oscar Ghiglia y le fue otorgado un diploma de méritos. Actualmente, asiste a clases magistrales con el Mtro. Paolo Pegoraro y el Mtro. Adriano Del Sal en la Segovia Academy en Pordenone, y a un curso de máster con el Mtro. Paolo Pegoraro en la Kunstuniversität en Graz (Austria).
  2. Le registrazioni per Novecento Guitar Sonatinas, il nuovo progetto discografico su cui sto lavorando dal 2015 e che Brilliant Classics distribuirà nel 2018, sono iniziate nel migliore dei modi. Voglio condividere con chi legge l'interpretazione integrale del primo movimento della bellissima Sonatina "Omaggio a Benjamin Britten" del compositore piemontese Franco Cavallone (1957). Strutturalmente nitida e ricca di colori, la pagina ha una notevole forza idiomatica; chiede all'interprete una particolare verve affiancata al completo controllo delle dinamiche. Nonostante abbia curato personalmente la revisione ho ritenuto opportuno effettuare delle ulteriori modifiche alla pulsazione ritmica nella ripresa dell'Allegretto (dove viene indicato "Macchinalmente") per consentirmi una maggior evidenza nella ripresa della cellula-base del primo tema. Una piccola variante alla mia revisione. Ce ne sono delle altre ma sono microscopiche e non degne di nota. Fa un certo effetto suonare sulla propria revisione e correggersi: come parlare allo specchio da solo. Buon ascolto.
  3. Il nuovo CD del chitarrista americano David Leisner: Favorites. La tracklist: “David Leisner is among the finest guitarists currently performing and, given that the level of playing has never been higher, that means among the finest of all time.” American Record Guide “The enduring and artistically mature David Leisner has produced a highly personal recording of his favorite works for guitar. After a lifetime of playing, studying, listening and honing each to his personal perfect aural image, the result is a program that may well be one of the top guitar discs for an Earth Time Capsule.” CVNC Online Arts Journal “A consistently enjoyable program…Leisner wrings considerable poignancy from its [Bach Chaconne] wrenching harmonic passages and its long-breathed melodies…Leisner is also impressive in his transcription of Niccolo Paganini’s Grand Sonata, delivering a crisply fleet-fingered rendition that favors clarity and bright articulation to the flashy mercurial (but sloppy) showiness of some other interpreters.” Sequenza 21
  4. British Guitar Music, nuovo CD di Alberto Mesirca Data di pubblicazione: 15 Agosto 2012 Etichetta: Paladino Music Artisti: Alberto Mesirca, Martin Rummel Musiche di: John Dowland, Benjamin Britten, Sir Lennox Berkeley, Robert Fripp, Graham Whettam, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies Music in England has always had a specific and definite character, from its very early period. Award-winning guitarist Alberto Mesirca has compiled some of Britain’s finest music to a spectacular album of known and new repertoire. Dowland and Britten are both milestones for any guitarist. Alongside Sir Lennox Berkeley’s relatively newly discovered “Four Pieces” and a transcription of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ “Farewell to Stromness”, this disc also contains two world premiere recordings of works by Graham Whettam (1927–2007). Tracklist: John Dowland Preludium Benjamin Britten Nocturnal after John Dowland op 70 Sir Lennox Berkeley Four Pieces for guitar Moderato ma con brio Andante, con moto Lento (Mouvement de Sarabande) Allegro, energico Robert Fripp from "Fracture" Moto perpetuo Graham Whettam Serenade for cello and guitar WW 45/5 Guitar Partita WW 57 . Preludio . Scherzo spiritoso . Canto del Bardo . Finale fuocoso Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (arr. T. Walker) "Farewell to Stromness"
  5. British Guitar Music, nuovo CD di Alberto Mesirca Data di pubblicazione: 15 Agosto 2012 Etichetta: Paladino Music Artisti: Alberto Mesirca, Martin Rummel Musiche di: John Dowland, Benjamin Britten, Sir Lennox Berkeley, Robert Fripp, Graham Whettam, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies Music in England has always had a specific and definite character, from its very early period. Award-winning guitarist Alberto Mesirca has compiled some of Britain’s finest music to a spectacular album of known and new repertoire. Dowland and Britten are both milestones for any guitarist. Alongside Sir Lennox Berkeley’s relatively newly discovered “Four Pieces” and a transcription of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ “Farewell to Stromness”, this disc also contains two world premiere recordings of works by Graham Whettam (1927–2007). Tracklist: John Dowland Preludium Benjamin Britten Nocturnal after John Dowland op 70 Sir Lennox Berkeley Four Pieces for guitar Moderato ma con brio Andante, con moto Lento (Mouvement de Sarabande) Allegro, energico Robert Fripp from "Fracture" Moto perpetuo Graham Whettam Serenade for cello and guitar WW 45/5 Guitar Partita WW 57 . Preludio . Scherzo spiritoso . Canto del Bardo . Finale fuocoso Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (arr. T. Walker) "Farewell to Stromness" Maggiori informazioni: https://www.paladino.at/cds/pmr-0027 Leggi la scheda di questo/a novità discografica
  6. Il nuovo CD del chitarrista americano David Leisner: Favorites. La tracklist: “David Leisner is among the finest guitarists currently performing and, given that the level of playing has never been higher, that means among the finest of all time.” American Record Guide “The enduring and artistically mature David Leisner has produced a highly personal recording of his favorite works for guitar. After a lifetime of playing, studying, listening and honing each to his personal perfect aural image, the result is a program that may well be one of the top guitar discs for an Earth Time Capsule.” CVNC Online Arts Journal “A consistently enjoyable program…Leisner wrings considerable poignancy from its [Bach Chaconne] wrenching harmonic passages and its long-breathed melodies…Leisner is also impressive in his transcription of Niccolo Paganini’s Grand Sonata, delivering a crisply fleet-fingered rendition that favors clarity and bright articulation to the flashy mercurial (but sloppy) showiness of some other interpreters.” Sequenza 21 Maggiori informazioni: https://www.amazon.com/Favorites-David-Leisner-Bach/dp/B005A0FDHU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1408815410&sr=8-1&keywords=david%2Bleisner Leggi la scheda di questo/a novità discografica
  7. Ho un dubbio a proposito delle acciaccature presenti nella passacaglia del Nocturnal di Britten.Sono in battere o in levare?Io penso siano in battere,ma non ne sono certo.Che ne dite?
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