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  1. La registrazione del Concerto per Chitarra e Orchestra di Radamés Gnattali (1906 - 1988) nell'ambito del Toronto Guitar Festival nel 1984. Chitarra: Juan Mercadal (1925 - 1996) Radames Gnattali dedicated this concerto to Juan and his uncle Tomas Teran. The scoring features the French horn prominently in reference to the fact that Mercadal, in his youth had played the instrument with the Havana Symphony under Gonzalo Roig. The recording was made at the Toronto Guitar Festival in 1984. According to Juan's longtime friend and student Hugh Kerr the Concerto was premiered by the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra in 1952. About the Concerto's premiere, according to Luciano Lima's dissertation "Its premiere took place on May 31, 1953 in Rio de Janeiro, at Cine Teatro Rex, with Mercadal as the soloist and the Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira (Brazilian Symphonic Orchestra) conducted by Eleazar de Carvalho." Primo movimento: Secondo Movimento: Terzo Movimento: Una breve biografia di Juan Mercadal (in spagnolo): Juan Antonio Mercadal. Guitarrista y compositor. Gran instrumentista por su depurada e implacable técnica capaz de captar con sonidos limpios y claros la música y trasladarla a nuestro corazones, gran parte de su trabajo lo dedicó a transcripciones de un centenar de autores famosos. Contenido 1 Síntesis biográfica 1.1 Trayectoria artística 1.2 Muerte 2 Giras y participaciones 3 Bibliografía 4 Véase también 5 Fuente Síntesis biográfica Nace en Guanabacoa, La Habana, Cuba, el 12 de febrero de 1925. Inició sus estudios de la guitarra con su padre, Juan Ramón Mercadal, alumno de Severino López; más tarde recibiría clases de López, quien fue su verdadero formador como artista. Trayectoria artística También realizó estudios de clarinete y de trompa en el Conservatorio Mateu, y eventualmente trabajó como trompista en la Orquesta Sinfónica de La Habana. El 27 de abril de 1940, actuó en el concierto de apertura de la Sociedad Guitarrística de Cuba (Guitar Society of Cuba), dirigido por Clara Romero de Nicola, en la que interpretó "Fandanguillo" de Joaquín Turina y Variaciones Fernando Sor Sobre las Naciones Unidas Tema de Mozart. El 31 de julio del mismo año, actuó de nuevo en la misma institución. El programa incluyó courante y Gavota de Johann Sebastian Bach, Andrés Segovia. Él también jugó de nuevo Variaciones de Mozart Sobre Tema de la ONU. Trabajador incansable, entre 1942 y 1943, actuó en la Institución Hispano-Cubana de Cultura, donde "fue considerado un talento sobresaliente de nuestra música". Presentó un gran programa con obras representativas de las diferentes tendencias estilísticas del siglo XVIII hasta el siglo XX. En 1944 se presentó en el Club Atenas, donde interpretó el programa siguiente: Sarabande, Jorge Federico Händel, Transcripción, Juan Antonio Mercadal Gavotte, Juan Sebastián Bach, transcripción, Andrés Segovia «Adagio» de la sonata Patética, Ludwig van Beethoven, transcripción, Francisco Tárrega Capricho árabe, Francisco Tárrega Asturias, Isaac Albéniz, transcripción, Andrés Segovia Fandanguillo, Federico Moreno Torroba Orgía, Joaquín Turina, transcripción, Juan Antonio Mercadal Sonata, Fernando Sor Minueto, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, transcripción, Francisco Tárrega Vals, Federico Chopin, transcripción, Severino López Variaciones, Fernando Sor. En 1949 hacía un programa semanal en la radioemisora CMBZ del Ministerio de Educación, junto al pianista Alberto Bolet. Mercadal trabajó como profesor de guitarra en el Conservatorio de Alfredo Levy y en la Escuela Metodista de La Habana. Además de su trabajo como guitarrista, tuvo un notable trabajo como transcriptor. Ha realizado las transcripciones para la guitarra de las obras: Federico Sarabande de Haendel Orgía Joaquín Turina Rodino, de Fritz Kreisler Aires bohemios, de Pablo de Sarasate, y muchas más. Giras y participaciones Su primer viaje al extranjero lo realizó en 1951 a Brasil, donde conoció al compositor Heitor Villa-Lobos, quien le entregó, para su ejecución, las partituras de sus Doce estudios para guitarra y el Concierto para guitarra y orquesta. También conoció en el país suramericano al compositor y pianista Radamés Gnatalli, el cual le dedicó su Concierto para guitarra y orquesta. De regreso a Cuba en 1954, Mercadal ejecutó la música del filme cubano Casta de roble, del compositor y director de orquesta Félix Guerrero; además actuó en varios programas de la televisión. Desde 1960 residió en Miami, donde en 1964 integró la cátedra de guitarra del Departamento de Música de la Universidad de dicha ciudad. Como guitarrista ha actuado con las orquestas sinfónicas de Brasil, Fort Myers, Waterloo, Winnipeg y Philadelphia; y con las orquestas filarmónicas de Miami y Jacksonville.
  2. Cristiano Porqueddu

    Cold Dark Matter

    Il disco della MSR Classics "Cold Dark Matter" raccoglie la musica per cello e chitarra di Dušan Bogdanović, Radames Gnattali, Stephen Goss e Jaime Mirtenbaum Zenamon. Gli interpreti sono Kimberly Patterson (violoncello) e Patrick Sutton (chitarra) Dalle linernotes: This album is unique in that all of the pieces are originally composed for cello and guitar. Each piece takes the listener on a tour of the myriad textual and sonic possibilities that exist between these two instruments. Our recording seeks to illuminate underplayed pieces in an as-yet undeveloped genre. On both, we shed new light. The title, Cold Dark Matter, serves as a metaphor: Cornelia Parker's work depicts a garden shed and its contents held in suspended animation after an explosion. Familiar objects are seen in an unfamiliar circumstance, and from a new perspective, much like the combination of our two very familiar instruments. The Patterson/Sutton Duo has been applauded for their bravura performances, consummate musicianship and illuminating mixed-media lectures. The Duo explores the landscape of music for violoncello and guitar, and seeks to broaden its horizons through recording, performing and working closely with a range of contemporary composers. Described by the Chicago Sun Times as a superb cellist, Dr. Kimberly Patterson has earned recognition for her artistry as a solo and chamber musician. She has concertized extensively throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, giving chamber recitals in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall in London as well as Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. Patterson gave the world premiere performance of Cayetano Soto's ballet for solo cello, Uneven, with the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet and subsequently toured throughout the United States. She is the founding cellist of the Tesla Quartet, gold medal winners of the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition and a prizewinner of the London International Quartet Competition. Dr. Patterson's festival appearances include the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, Miyazaki Festival in Japan, Sarasota Music Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, Holland Music Sessions in the Netherlands and Strings Music Festival. She is also an avid proponent for educational outreach and has received numerous fellowships to bring music to many communities. Graduating with academic honors from the Cleveland Institute of Music, Dr. Patterson earned a Master of Music degree at The Juilliard School and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she was the graduate assistant to the Takacs Quartet. She performs on a Joseph Rashid cello, generously loaned to her by the Rashid family. Patrick Sutton began playing guitar at the age of 11 in Evergreen, Colorado. He completed his Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees in classical guitar performance at the Lamont School of Music, studying with Ricardo Iznaola, Masakazu Ito and Jonathan Leathwood. While at the Lamont School, he received several honors, including First Place in the 2009 Lamont Chamber Music Competition, three Recital of Distinction awards, and induction into the Pi Kappa Lambda national music honor society. Sutton has been a prizewinner at several solo and chamber music competitions, and has twice been the John D'Addario Performing Assistant at the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Brunswick, Maine, where he performed at its Gamper Festival of New Music. He has given numerous world and US premieres of pieces by important guitar composers, such as Stephen Goss, Gilbert Bibarian, Ricardo Iznaola and Richard Boukas. Currently on the music faculty of the Community College of Denver and Naropa University, Sutton is pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder. La tracklist è composta dalle seguenti opere originali: DUŠAN BOGDANOVIC (b. 1955) QUATRE PIÈCES INTIMES (1997) Prière Mouvement La Harpe de David Chant RADAMÉS GNATTALI (1906 - 1988) SONATA FOR CELLO AND GUITAR (1969) Allegro comodo Adagio Con spirito STEPHEN GOSS (b. 1964) PARK OF IDOLS (2005) Jump Start Cold Dark Matter Fractured Loop Malabar Hill The Raw Sharjah JAIME MIRTENBAUM ZENAMON (b. 1953) REFLEXÕES NO. 6 (1986) Fluido Doloroso Vivissimo Dal sito internet ufficiale del duo è possibile ascoltare alcune anteprime e procedere all'acquisto su iTunes. Canale Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0MnEcoIw1TRLkrChYLHvXw
  3. Cristiano Porqueddu

    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.
  4. 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. Maggiori informazioni: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gnattali-4-Concertinos-Guitar-Orchestra/dp/B06XY626DT/ Leggi la scheda di questo/a novità discografica
  5. Buongiorno a tutti! Sono alla ricerca di questo spartito: Radames Gnattali Sonatina per chitarra e pianoforte. Qualcuno sa da che casa editrice é stata pubblicata e se é reperibile? Grazie mille!
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