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Wydawnictwo: Doremi
Seria: Legendary Treasures
Nr katalogowy: DHR 7996
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2018
EAN: 61297579969
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Instrumenty: gitara
Rodzaj: partita, preludia

Segovia & His Contemporaries, Vol. 12

Doremi - DHR 7996
Kompozytor

Miguel Llobet, Daniel Fortea, Bartolome Calayatud, Emilio Pujol, Josefina Robledo, Andres Segovia, Regino Sainz de La Maza, Rosita Rodes, Simon Ramirez, Francisco Tarrega
Wykonawcy
Andres Segovia, guitar
Miguel Llobet:
2 Canciones Mexicanos
Violin Partita No. 1 in B Minor, BWV 1002 - V. Sarabande
24 Studies, Op. 31 'Lecons progressives' - No. 13, Andantino
Studio Brillante

Daniel Fortea:
Elegia a Tarrega
Capricho arabe
Danza de munecos de carton, Op. 31
12 Danzas espanolas, Op. 37, H. 142 - No. 5, Andaluza

Bartolome Calayatud:
Marcha Hungara
Gavota

Emilio Pujol:
3 Pavanas
Durandarte, durandarte
Passeavase el rey moro
El sombrero de tres picos - II. Danza del molinero
La vida breve - Danse espagnole No. 1

Josefina Robledo:
Prelude No. 1 in E Major
Prelude No. 2 in A Major
Prelude No. 5 in A Minor
Capricho arabe

Andres Segovia:
Homenaje pour 'Le tombeau de Claude Debussy'
10 Canciones populares catalanas - No. 7, El mestre

Regino Sainz de La Maza:
Scherzo-gavota
Violin Partita No. 1 in B Minor, BWV 1002 - VII. Tempo di bourree

Rosita Rodes:
Gran jota de concierto
Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Simon Ramirez:
24 Studies, Op. 35 'Exercises' - No. 22 in B Minor. Estudio para guitarra

Francisco Tarrega:
Maria
This is one of the most important releases of historical recordings of the classical guitar ever produced. Francisco Tarrega was the father of the modern guitar, his influence unmeasurable. Besides the early cylinder extract of the Master playing his own music, this CD includes recordings of all his distinguished disciples - Llobet, Fortea, Pujol, Roblendo, Calatayud - most tracks never reissued since their first release in the 1920s and 1930s. In addition it offers rare performances of some of their students - Segovia, Rodes, and Sainz de la Maza. Also, this CD highlights what may be the first solo guitar recording ever made, as early as 1897, of Simon Ramirez of the famous Romance d'Amour.

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