Tárrega: Adelita

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Cavatina: Guitar Classics

Cavatina: Guitar Classics


Albéniz:

Granada (from Suite española No. 1, Op. 47)

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Barrios Mangoré:

Vals, Op. 8 No. 4

Maxixe

Brouwer, L:

Guajira criolla

Preludio in D

Donostia:

Onazez! Dolor

Duarte, J W:

Idylle Pour Ida

Granados:

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 10 'Melancólica'

Lauro:

Vals venezolano No. 3 'Vals criollo' or 'Natalia'

Malats:

Serenata espanola

Myers:

Cavatina (from The Deerhunter)

Núñez, Enrique:

Tango for guitar, Op. 7

Ponce, M:

Prelude No. 9 in E major

Sardinha:

Naqueles Velhos Tempos

Tárrega:

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

María, gavota

Adelita

Villa-Lobos:

Chôros No. 1 for guitar


Marcelo Kayath (guitar)

Alto - ALC1045

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Masters of the Guitar, Vol. 3: Cuba

Masters of the Guitar, Vol. 3: Cuba


Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Bach, J S:

Prelude for Lute in C minor, BWV999

Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV996: Allemande

Brouwer, L:

Suite No. 2 in D major: 1. Preludio

Elogio de la Danza

Carulli:

Guitar Sonata, Op. 5

Granados:

Tonadillas: No. 7, La maja de Goya

Handel:

Preludio ed Allegro in G minor, HWV574

Ponce, M:

Suite in D major

Suite in A minor

Sonatina Meridional

Pujol, E:

Estudios para guitarra: No. 6, Andantino cantabile

Rameau:

Minuet

Sanz:

Pavana

Folias

Españoleta

Tárrega:

Prelude No. 9 in E major 'Lagrima'

Prelude No. 2 in A major

Prelude No. 3 in G major

Prelude No. 4 in E major

Prelude No. 5 in G major

Prelude No. 6 in B minor

Prelude No. 7 in A major

Prelude No. 10 in D major

Prelude No. 11 in D Major

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Adelita

Mazurka in G

Torres, José:

Danza Inca

Villa-Lobos:

Etude for Guitar, W 235 No. 7 in E major


José Rey de la Torre (guitar), Elías Barreiro (guitar), Héctor García (guitar), Juan Mercadal (guitar), Leo Brouwer (guitar)

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Istituto Discografico Italiano - IDIS6727

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Anthology of Classical Guitar Music, Vol. 2

Anthology of Classical Guitar Music, Vol. 2


Beethoven:

Andante con Variazioni in D Major, WoO44 No. 2

Sonatine for mandolin and fortepiano in C major, WoO 44a

Sonatine for mandolin and fortepiano in C minor, WoO 43a

Variations (6) in G major on the duet 'Nel cor più non mi sento' from the opera La Molinara by Giovanni Paisiello, WoO 70

Bobrowicz:

Variations and Polonaise on a duet from Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Op. 30

Bortolazzi:

Variations on Nel cor piu non mi sento, Op. 8

Coste, N:

Fantaisie on two themes from Bellini's Norma, Op. 16

Introduction and Variations on a theme by Bellini (Il Pirata)

25 Etudes, Op. 38

Grande Sérénade, Op. 30

Diabelli:

Sonata Op. 29 No. 1 in C major

Sonata Op. 29 No. 2 in A major

Sonata Op. 29 No. 3 in F major

Giuliani, Mauro:

Introduction, Theme with Variations and Polonaise in A, Op. 65

Variations on "Deh alma oh cliel" from Rossinis Otello for Guitar "terzina" and String Quartet Op. 101

Sinfonia nell'opera Il barbiere di Siviglia del G. Rossini

Sinfonia nell'opera La Cenerentola del G. Rossini

Sinfonia nell'opera Il Pirata del M. Bellini

Ouverture de l'opera La Vestale par M. Spontini

Ouverture de l'opera La Clemenza di Tito par W. Mozart

Gran Pot-Pourri, Op. 67

Hummel, J:

Sonata for fortepiano and mandolin in C major, Op. 37a

Potpourri for Piano and Guitar in G minor, Op. 53

Legnani:

Fantasia on Elvira's Cavatina from Verdi's Ernani

Mertz:

Opern-Revue, Op. 8: Fantasia No. 11 on Marino Faliero (after Donizetti)

Paganini:

Ghiribizzi

Grand Sonata in A major

Regondi:

Feuille d’album

Rêverie nocturne, Op. 19

Fete Villageoise (Rondo Caprice), Op. 20

Air Varié No 1, Op. 21

Air Varié No 2, Op. 22

Introduction and Caprice, Op. 23

Air Varié de l'opera de Bellini I Capuleti e i Montecchi

Tárrega:

Capricho arabe

La alborada

Marieta (Mazurka)

Pavana

María, gavota

Isabel (Vals) [Johann Strauss II]

La cartagenera

Adelita

Rosita

El columpio

Danza Mora

Gran vals

Malagueña fácil

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Mazurka in G Major

Las Dos Hermanas

Minuetto in E major

Paquito (Vals)

Pepita

Danza odalisca

Sueno

Vals (in D)

Variations on Carnival of Venice

Vanhal:

6 Variations, Op. 42

(arr. for mandolin, guitar and fortepiano)


Alon Sariel (mandolin), Izhar Elias (guitar), Michael Tsalka (fortepiano), Claudio Giuliani (guitar), Alberto Mesirca (guitar), Luigi Attademo (guitar), Roch Modrzejewski (guitar), Claudio Maccari (guitar), Paolo Pugliese (guitar), Flavio Apro (guitar), Giulio Tampalini (guitar)

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Brilliant Classics Anthology of Classical Guitar Music - 95544

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Frank Wallace: 4 Extraordinary Spanish Guitars

Frank Wallace: 4 Extraordinary Spanish Guitars


Aguado:

Fandango variado, Op. 16

Menuett

Bateman, W:

Shaker's Dance

Diabelli:

Sonata Op. 29 No. 1 in C major: III. Menuett

Falla:

Homenaje a Debussy

Giuliani, Mauro:

Le Papillon, Op. 50: No. 7. Larghetto

Mertz:

Bardenklange, Op. 13: An die Entfernte

Bardenklange, Op. 13: Variations mignonnes

Schumann:

Album for the Young, Op. 68, Vol. 1

Tárrega:

Adelita

Marieta (Mazurka)

Capricho árabe


Frank Wallace (guitar)

Gyre Music - GYRE10182

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Alhambra

Alhambra

Spanish Guitar Music


Albéniz:

El Polo (from Iberia, book 3)

Cataluna (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

arr. Tilman Hoppstock

Falla:

El sombrero de tres picos: Danza del molinero (farruca)

Lucia, P de:

Tarantas

Granaina

Sor:

Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Op. 9

Tárrega:

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Adelita

Sueno

Marieta (Mazurka)

Andante sostenuto


Tilman Hoppstock (guitar)

Instruments:

Robert S. Ruck, 1983 [1, 13-14]

Matthias Dammann, 1998 [3-7]

Flamencogitarre / Flamenco guitar [16-18]

Matthias Dammann 2006 [10, 15]

Christopher Dean, 2000 [2, 8-9, 11-12]

This CD presents works by Spanish composers in a compilation of various recordings made in the years 1995 to 2009, including live recordings from concerts (the 5 Mazurkas by Tárrega, the Homenaje of de Falla and El Polo by Isaac Albéniz), which complement the studio productions thanks to their lively atmosphere.

Recorded 1995-2009

Christophorus entrée - CHE01972

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Mattias Jacobsson: Invocación

Mattias Jacobsson: Invocación


Chopin:

Nocturne No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 9 No. 2

Prelude Op. 28 No. 15 in D flat major ‘Raindrop'

trans. Tárrega / Jacobsson

Llobet:

El Testament d'Amelia (Amelia's Testament)

La cancó del lladre

El Noi de la Mare (The Mother's Son)

Arr. Llobet / Jacobsson

Pujol, E:

Tonadilla

Three Spanish Pieces

Tango espagñol

Guajira

Tárrega:

Capricho árabe

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Endecha

Lagrima

Prelude No. 18 in D

Prelude No. 2 in A major

Adelita

Mazurka in G

Sueno

plus:

Prelude No. 20 in C# minor (Chopin, trans. Tárrega)

Prelude No. 6 in G# minor (Chopin, trans. Tárrega)

Prelude No. 7 in D (Chopin, trans. Tárrega)

Mazurka No. 22 in F# minor (Chopin, trans. Tárrega)

Mazurka No. 25 in D minor (Chopin, trans. Tárrega / Jacobsson)


Mattias Jacobsson (guitar)

Guitarist Mattias Jacobsson makes his recording debut on Avie with Invocación, a unique perspective on the works of Francisco Tárrega, his inspiration Chopin, and his students Llobet and Pujol.

The brilliant young guitarist Mattias Jacobsson 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 favoured 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.

Juilliard-trained Mattias Jacobsson was born in Stockholm and has studied with Göran Söllscher and Sharon Isbin, among others. He has performed throughout Europe and the United States, and has appeared on Spanish television, New York’s WQXR and National Public Radio’s Performance Today. He has further extended his reach with several features in Classical Guitar Magazine and hundreds of thousands of views on his YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/guitarcactus

“The playing throughout is refined, intelligent and highly musical; the tone, though never sweet, is fulsome and appealing. An outstanding debut.” Gramophone Magazine, September 2012

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Editor's Choice - September 2012

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La Guitarra Española

La Guitarra Española


Guerau:

Marionas

Canarios

Llobet:

Canciones populares catalanas

Mertz:

Ständchen. Mäßig, tempo rubato (Franz Schubert, arr. Mertz)

Lied ohne Worte (Bardenklänge)

Milán:

Pavana 2

Fantasia X

Murcia:

Giga

Cumbées

Narvaez:

4 Variations on "Guárdame las vacas"

Paseabase el Rey moro

Canción del Emperador (sobre "Mille Regretz" de Josquin des Prez)

Sanz:

Pavanas con partitas al ayre Español

Folias

Lantururu

Canarios

Schubert:

Adieu (spurious)

arr. Tárrega

Sor:

Introduction and variations on 'Malborough s’en va-t-en guerre', Op. 28

Andantino in D minor (from Six Divertimenti, Op. 2)

Andante Maestoso, Op. 11 No. 5

Andante espressivo

Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Op. 9

Tárrega:

Andante sostenuto

Lagrima

Mazurka in G

Paquito (Vals)

Adelita

Marieta (Mazurka)

Endecha

Sueno

Oremus

Pavana


José Miguel Moreno (vihuela, baroque guitar, classical-romantic guitar, post-romantic guitar)

There is no question of José Miguel Moreno being anything other than the leading Spanish specialist in historical plucked string instruments. As a concert performer, researcher, builder and collector of instruments and co-founder of the Glossa label, Moreno has, over the last 30 years, been the guiding beacon for a number of succeeding generations of guitarists and lutenists the world over. Glossa was the label for which he recorded two of his now legendary programmes, La Guitarra Española (1536-1836) and La Guitarra Española (1818-1918). These had previously been deleted but Glossa are now bringing them back as a double set.

Moreno plays a range of instruments made either by Lourdes Uncilla or by himself in order to infuse with a new vitality the fundamental repertories in the history of the guitar as bequeathed by the vihuelists Narváez, Milán and Mudarra, then later composed by figures such as Francisco Guerau, Santiago de Murcia and Gaspar Sanz, and subsequently through the romantic scores of Fernando Sor and Johann Kaspar Mertz. Tárrega and Llobet, the great masters of post-Romanticism, close this survey striding with infinite musicality across the most representative compositions of four centuries of the Spanish guitar. This special edition marks, as well, the departure point of a new process of collaboration between José Miguel Moreno and the label which he helped to create, with brand new recordings being planned, which will appear from the autumn of this year onwards.

Glossa - GCD920111

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Miloš: The Guitar

Miloš: The Guitar


Albéniz:

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Granada (from Suite española No. 1, Op. 47)

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

anon.:

Romance d'Amour (Jeux Interdits)

Domeniconi:

Koyunbaba, Op. 19

Granados:

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 5 'Andaluza'

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 2 'Orientale'

Llobet:

El Testament d'Amelia (Amelia's Testament)

Tárrega:

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Lagrima

Adelita

Capricho árabe

Theodorakis:

Méra Magioú (A day in May)

You have set, My Star


‘The music on this CD reflects my character. It tells the listener who I am.’ Miloš Karadaglić

Charismatic guitarist Miloš Karadaglić debuts on Deutsche Grammophon with an album saluting his instrument’s Mediterranean heritage. Born in the Balkan state of Montenegro, Miloš’s love-affair with the guitar began when he was eight, when his father played him a recording of Segovia making magic with Albeniz’s ‘Asturias’. Miloš gave his first public performance at nine, entered (and won) his first national competition at eleven. He became a star performer on television and radio, took guitar master-classes in Belgrade, and then, shortly after the end of the Balkan war, decided to try for a scholarship at London’s Royal Academy of Muisic.

Miloš’s choices of solo repertoire as well as music for guitar and orchestra are guaranteed to appeal to all lovers of guitar, classical and non-classical alike.

“He punched through this trio of ballads (El Decamerón Negro) with an innate poise and elegance that made you sit up and listen . . . And then the firecracker: A superbly inflected, impeccably judged rendition of Ginastera’s Sonata − a giant tapestry of sound combining luminous melancholy and bravura energy” (The Times)

Bonus DVD

The DVD features a 30min documentary with footage filmed in Montenegro and London. The film brings Miloš’s inspirational story to light, an evocative and beautifully photographed piece that explores his background and how he came to be who he is today. It will showcase Miloš’s talent, his style of play and unique approach to classical guitar and his desire to redefine it as a contemporary instrument. Miloš wants to make classical guitar matter; he wants us to fall in love with its beauty and raw passion and bring new audiences to its repertoire.

The film will not just focus on Miloš the guitarist, but also the person behind the guitar. This will build a bridge between the human story and music, giving the viewer an opportunity to get to know a young man from Montenegro and how each stage of his life has contributed to bringing him to this point.

“Karadaglic can articulate rapidly with the best of them, but what stands out even in busy textures is an unshakably serene breadth of phrasing, fluent rhythm and unforced rubato...Nor does he need to draw attention to his own virtuosity, and his music-making is all the more absorbing for it.” BBC Music Magazine, May 2011 *****

“Understandably, he focuses mainly on the instrument's Iberian heritage, with dextrous readings of the familiar Tárrega and Albéniz standards: the latter's Asturias is delivered with poise and clarity, while the superb trilling triplets of Tárrega's Recuerdos de la Alhambra are perfectly measured. Elsewhere, two tunes by Mikis Theodorakis offer a taste of the guitarist's Balkan heritage.” The Independent, 22nd April 2011 ****

“The playing is lithe, subtle of timbre and transcendentally beautiful.” The Telegraph, 12th May 2011 *****

“there are masterpieces here: classic arrangements of piano pieces from Albeniz’s Suite espagnola and Granados’s Danzas espagnolas, dazzlingly played, and works by the contemporary composers Carlo Domeniconi and Mikis Theodorakis that emphasise the Islamic influence on this essentially Mediterranean music.” Sunday Times, 29th May 2011 ****

“Karadaglić demonstrates exemplary technical skill and command of the instrument, musical flair and some really arresting and unusual tone colours in the style of his hero Julian Bream...He's at his most impressive and exciting in the transcriptions of piano works by Albeniz - Asturias and Granada - where his brilliant technique is evident.” Classic FM Magazine, July 2011 ***

BBC Music Magazine

Instrumental Choice - May 2011

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Tarrega!

Tarrega!


Calleja Gómez:

Tango de la Cadera (from El Ratón)

Chueca:

La gran vía: Jota de los Ratas

Malats:

Serenata espanola

Serenata Andaluza

Mendelssohn:

Gondellied (Barcarolle) in A

String Quartet No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 12: Canzonetta

Tárrega:

Danza Mora

Capricho árabe

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Mazurka (en sol)

Adelita

Marieta (Mazurka)

María, gavota

Pavana

Minuet

Alborada

Estudio en la major

Gran vals

Prelude No. 1 in E major

Prelude No. 2 in A major

Prelude No. 5 in G major

Lagrima

Endecha

Oremus

Reverie


Manuel Barrueco (guitar)

Tonar Music - TONAR11201

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Touche I

Touche I


Bach, J S:

Prelude in D minor, BWV926

Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV996: Sarabande

Prelude in D minor, BWV851

Falla:

El sombrero de tres picos: Danza del molinero (farruca)

Mompou:

Cancion y danza No. 6

Sainz de la Maza, E:

Platero y yo: V. Paseo

Campanas del Alba

Segovia:

Oración

Etude for Guitar "Remembranza"

Estudio sin luz

Sor:

Etude for guitar, Op. 35 No. 17 in D major

Etude for guitar, Op. 35 No. 22 in B minor

Tárrega:

Adelita

Marieta (Mazurka)

María, gavota

Torroba:

Suite Castellana: No. 1, Fandanguillo

Romanza de los piños

Villa-Lobos:

Prelude No. 3 in A minor

Prelude No. 4 in E minor 'Weep you no more sad fountains'


Magnus Gutke (guitar)

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