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This selection ranges from the romanticism of Francisco Tárrega, the Spanish impressionism of Albéniz’s Mallorca and the neo-romanticism of the contemporary Croatian composer, Stjepan Šulek, to Rodrigo’s masterly evocation of the gardens of the Alhambra Palace in Granada and Britten’s revolutionary Nocturnal after John Dowland. Croatian guitarist Srdjan Bulat has won numerous prestigious awards, and was winner of the Certamen Tárrega 2011 which included a special award for his performance of the work of Francisco Tárrega.
Joaquin Rodrigo: Junto al Generalife
Junto al Generalife
Giulio Regondi: 10 Etudes
10 Etudes: Etude No. 8 in G major: Allegretto con moto
Francisco Tarrega: Preludio No. 1 in D minor
Preludio No. 1 in D minor
Francisco Tarrega: Prelude in D minor, "Endecha"
Prelude in D minor, "Endecha"
Francisco Tarrega: Prelude in D minor, "Oremus"
Prelude in D minor, "Oremus"
Francisco Tarrega: Rosita
Francisco Tarrega: Capricho arabe
Stjepan Sulek: The Troubadours Three
Isaac Albeniz: Mallorca, Op. 202 (arr. Yasuo Abe for guitar)
Mallorca, Op. 202 (arr. Yasuo Abe for guitar)
Benjamin Britten: Nocturnal after John Dowland: Reflections on Come, heavy sleep, Op. 70
Nocturnal after John Dowland: Reflections on Come, heavy sleep, Op. 70