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  1. Cristiano Porqueddu

    A Spanish Portrait, Luigi Attademo

    La major discografica olandese Brilliant Classics pubblica il nuovo CD del chitarrista italiano @Luigi Attademo. Il CD si intitola A Spanish Protrait e contiene le seguenti composizioni: Dal sito dell'editore: A musical portrait of a master guitar-maker of the 19th century. Great instruments have always been associated with great musicians, and this is true in the guitar world too, at least from the early 19th century onwards. Early in his career, Antonio de Torres (1817-1892), like other luthiers before him, found a performer ideally suited to his instruments – the young Andalusian guitarist Julián Arcas. The technical innovations in construction and timbre pioneered by Torres enabled Arcas to give full expression to his artistry in works such as the florid Fantasía sobre El paño o sea Punto de La Habana with which Luigi Attademo opens this new studio album. Of the generation after Arca, Francisco Tárrega quickly proved himself even more gifted in both performancecomposition. So much so that Torres offered him a guitar he had made five years earlier and kept for his own use. This was the FE 17, which Tárrega continued to play for the next 20 years, and which came to define the sound of ‘the Spanish guitar’ to generations of listeners. A groundbreaking instrument in terms of its tonal range and sound potential, the FE 17 became critical to both Tárrega’s success and to the expansion of guitar repertoire during the 19th century: although he continued to compose using the traditional forms of the fantasia and theme and variations, Tárrega also focused on shorter forms borrowed directly from Romantic piano repertoire. With eight original works by Tárrega, Attademo demonstrates the full tonal-dynamic palette of Torres’s instruments. Further selections of popular repertoire by Llobet, alongside his transcriptions of Granados and Albeniz, take the guitar’s evolution through a more advanced stage, exploring different registers, radical harmonies and tone-colours. This bold new concept album should attract the attention of all lovers of Spanish guitar. Luigi Attademo has recorded it using an original Torres SE 122 guitar which has been strung with gut rather than steel to further enhance the potential for experiencing this music in the thrill of its original creation. This recording features an historic guitar, an instrument built in 1888 by the great, legendary guitar maker Antonio de Torres. Many composers were inspired by his magnificent instruments, and he was inspired by the composers who spurred him to extend the technical possibilities of the instrument. The composers included in this appealing program are all Spanish: Julian Arcas, Antonio Cano, Francisco Tarrega, Enrique Granados, Antonio Jimemez Manjon, Isaac Albeniz, and Miguel Llobet. The Torres guitar needs a master to be played on: Luigi Attademo is one of today’s foremost guitarists, with an extensive discography to his name: for Brilliant Classics he recorded works by Paganini, Scarlatti, Bach and a CD devoted to historical guitars.
  2. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Intervista a Luigi Attademo su dotGuitar

    Intervista di Duilio Meucci a @Luigi Attademo su dotGuitar Link: http://www.dotguitar.it/home/intervista.html
  3. Cristiano Porqueddu

    1920-1940 Guitar Masterworks, Luigi Attademo

    1920-1940 Guitar Masterworks è il titolo del nuovo CD di Luigi Attademo. La tracklist è incentrata su alcuni dei più bei lavori per chitarra del Novecento. Nel dettaglio: Manuel de Falla (1876 - 1946) 01. Homenaje pour le tomeau de Claude Debussy Joaquin Turina (1882 - 1949) 02. Fandanguillo Manuel Maria Ponce (1882 - 1948) 03. Thème Variè et Finale Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895 - 1968) Sonata omaggio a Boccherini 04. Allegro con spirito 05. Andantino, quasi canzone 06. Tempo di Minuetto 07. Presto furioso Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 - 1959) 08. Prelude No.1 09. Prelude No.2 10. Prelude No.3 11. Prelude No.4 12. Prelude No.5
  4. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Classical Guitar Web Compilation Vol.4

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    Classical Guitar Web Compilation Vol.4 Grazie al contributo di Luigi Attademo Cristiano Porqueddu Giulio Tampalini Christian Saggese il Forum Italiano di Chitarra Classica pubblica gratuitamente il quarto volume del progetto "Classical Guitar Web Compilation". ::Tracklist:: Chitarrista: Luigi Attademo Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) 01. Ciaccona dalla suite BWV 1004 Chitarrista: Cristiano Porqueddu Agustin Barrios Mangoré (1885 - 1944) 02. Choro da saudade 03. Preludio op.5 n.1 Angelo Gilardino (1941) 04. Les Arbres Rouges - Omaggio a Maurice de Vlaminck 05. Plany - Omaggio a Miguel Llobet Chitarrista: Christian Saggese John Carollo (1954) Saggese Suite 06. Tempo 1 07. Tempo 2 08. Tempo 3 09. Tempo 4 Chitarrista: Giulio Tampalini Mario Castelnuovo -Tedesco (1895 - 1968) 10. Danza 11. Nenia Joaquin Rodrigo (1901 - 1999) 12. Allegro Francisco Tarrega (1852 - 1909) 13. Estudio de Cramer 14. Estudio en si menor 15. Preludio en sol Classical Guitar Web Compilation è un 'Demo CD' e come tale non ha nessuno scopo di lucro. Impianto grafico, immagine di copertina e il supporto per la pubblicazione sono tutti stati forniti gratuitamente. Direzione Artistica: Cristiano Porqueddu
  5. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Classical Guitar Web Compilation Vol.1

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    Classical Guitar Web Compilation Vol.1 Grazie al contributo di Luigi Attademo Cristiano Porqueddu Giulio Tampalini Christian Saggese il Forum Italiano di Chitarra Classica pubblica gratuitamente il primo volume del progetto "Classical Guitar Web Compilation". ::Tracklist:: Chitarrista: Luigi Attademo Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) 01. Sonata K 208 02. Sonata K 209 03. Sonata K 377 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) 04. Aria sulla quarta corda Chitarrista: Cristiano Porqueddu Agustin Barrios Mangorè (1885 - 1944) 05. Preludio en do menor Angelo Gilardino (1941) 06. Alborada 07. Jondo 08. Noche oscura 09. Soledad 10. Toccata (from Tombeau de Debussy) Chitarrista: Christian Saggese Alberto Ginastera (1916 - 1983) 11. Sonata op.47 (2nd Mov) 12. Sonata op.47 (3rd Mov) Francisco Tarrega (1852 - 1909) 13. Capricho Arabe Egberto Gismonti (1947) 14. Agua y Vinho Chitarrista: Giulio Tampalini Joaquin Rodrigo (1901 - 1999) 15. Passacaglia Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895 - 1968) 16. Omaggio a Purcell 17. Volo d’angeli Joaquin Rodrigo 18. Tiento antiguo Francisco Tarrega 19. Preludio en re menor Classical Guitar Web Compilation è un 'Demo CD' e come tale non ha nessuno scopo di lucro. Impianto grafico, immagine di copertina e il supporto per la pubblicazione sono tutti stati forniti gratuitamente. Direzione Artistica: Cristiano Porqueddu
  6. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Classical Guitar Web Compilation Vol.2

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    Classical Guitar Web Compilation Vol.2 Grazie al contributo di Luigi Attademo Cristiano Porqueddu Giulio Tampalini Christian Saggese il Forum Italiano di Chitarra Classica pubblica gratuitamente il secondo volume del progetto "Classical Guitar Web Compilation". ::Tracklist:: Chitarrista: Luigi Attademo Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco (1887 - 1968) 01. Tarantella Federico Moreno Torroba (1891 - 1982) 02. Notturno Albert Roussell (1869 - 1925) 03. Segovia Chitarrista: Cristiano Porqueddu John Duarte (1919 - 2004) English Suite: 04. Preludio 05. Folk Song 06. Round Dance Angelo Gilardino (1941) 07. Passacaglia 08. Trenodia 09. Variations nobles et sentimentales Chitarrista: Christian Saggese Mauro Giuliani (1781 - 1829) Concerto in La maggiore op.30 10. Mov.I - Allegro maestoso 11. Mov.II - Siciliana 12. Mov. III - Rondò alla polacca Chitarrista: Giulio Tampalini Mauro Giuliani 13. Rossiniana I 14. Rossiniana V Joaquin Rodrigo (1901 - 1999) 15. Concierto de Aranjuez - Adagio Francisco Tarrega (1852 - 1909) 16. Estudio de damas Classical Guitar Web Compilation è un 'Demo CD' e come tale non ha nessuno scopo di lucro. Impianto grafico, immagine di copertina e il supporto per la pubblicazione sono tutti stati forniti gratuitamente. Direzione Artistica: Cristiano Porqueddu
  7. Cristiano Porqueddu

    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.
  8. Cristiano Porqueddu

    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. Maggiori informazioni: http://www.brilliantclassics.com/articles/other/19th-century-guitar-music/ Guarda l'articolo nell'archivio delle Novità Discografiche
  9. Cristiano Porqueddu

    1920-1940 Guitar Masterworks, Luigi Attademo

    1920-1940 Guitar Masterworks è il titolo del nuovo CD di Luigi Attademo. La tracklist è incentrata su alcuni dei più bei lavori per chitarra del Novecento. Nel dettaglio: Manuel de Falla (1876 - 1946) 01. Homenaje pour le tomeau de Claude Debussy Joaquin Turina (1882 - 1949) 02. Fandanguillo Manuel Maria Ponce (1882 - 1948) 03. Thème Variè et Finale Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895 - 1968) Sonata omaggio a Boccherini 04. Allegro con spirito 05. Andantino, quasi canzone 06. Tempo di Minuetto 07. Presto furioso Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 - 1959) 08. Prelude No.1 09. Prelude No.2 10. Prelude No.3 11. Prelude No.4 12. Prelude No.5 Maggiori informazioni: http://www.luigiattademo.it/1920-1940.html Leggi la scheda di questo/a novità discografica
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