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Wydawnictwo: Avie
Nr katalogowy: AV 2254
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2012
EAN: 822252225426
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): polski, hiszpański
Instrumenty: gitara

Tarrega / Chopin / Pujol: Invocación

Avie - AV 2254
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Mattias Jacobsson, guitar
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Catalan Trad. arr. Miguel LLOBET y Soles (1878 – 1938)
1. El Testament d Amelia (2:14)
Francisco de Asis TÁRREGA y Eixea (1852 – 1909)
2. Capricho Árabe (5:47)
Tárrega
3. Recuerdos de la Alhambra (4:56)
Frédéric CHOPIN (1810-49) arr. Tárrega
4. Nocturne in E, Op. 9, No. 2 (4:12)
Emilio PUJOL Vilarrubí (1886 – 1980)
Trois Morceaux Espagnols
5. Tonadilla (2:36)
6. Tango (3:23)
7. Guajira (4:47)
Tárrega
8. Prelude Endecha (1:21)
Chopin, trans. Tárrega
9. Prelude No. 15 Raindrop (5:23)
Tárrega
10. Prelude No. 20 Lagrima (2:02)
Chopin, trans. Tárrega
11. Prelude No. 20 in C# minor (1:33)
Chopin, trans. Tárrega
12. Prelude No. 6 in G# minor (1:54)
Chopin, trans. Tárrega
13. Prelude No. 7 in D (0:48)
Tárrega
14. Prelude No. 18 in D (1:18)
Tárrega
15. Prelude No. 2 in A minor (2:01)
Catalan Trad. arr. Llobet
16. Cançó del Lladre (2:11)
Chopin, trans. Tárrega
17. Mazurka No. 22 in F# minor (1:38)
Tárrega
18. Mazurka, Adelita (1:34)
Tárrega
19. Mazurka in G (2:38)
Tárrega
20. Mazurka, Sueno (1:22)
Chopin, trans. Tárrega
21. Mazurka No. 25 in D minor (5:59)
Catalan Trad. arr. Llobet
22. El Noi de la Mare (2:34)
Avie introduces the brilliant young guitarist Mattias Jacobsson who on his debut album invokes a guitar tradition originating with the influential Spanish composer Francisco Tárrega. The repertoire explores Tárrega’s influences and legacy, from the inspiration that Chopin had on his musical output through to his students Miguel Llobet and Emilio Pujol. Tárrega often turned to Chopin’s favored forms – Preludes, Mazurkas and Nocturnes – and also transcribed works in those forms by Chopin. Mattias has created a unique concept in the guitar discography by juxtaposing Chopin transcriptions with Tárrega’s most Chopinesque works. The “invocación” continues through works of two of Tárrega’s most prominent pupils in Barcelona and even extends to Mattias himself, whose first teacher Erik Möllerström studied in Barcelona and secured an instrument from the great guitar maker Ignacio Fleta e hijos, that now has been passed on to Mattias and is played on this recording.

Recorded 2 and 4 June 2010; 3 February 2012,; American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY; Produced by David Frost; Recording engineer: Silas Brown

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