Albéniz: Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

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Virtuoso: Neil Smith

Virtuoso: Neil Smith


Albéniz:

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Piezas Características, Op. 92: Torre Bermeja

Giuliani, Mauro:

Variations on a theme by Handel 'Harmonious Blacksmith' Op. 107

Paganini:

Grand Sonata in A major

Sor:

La Despedida, Op. 21, "Les Adieux!"


Neil Smith (guitar, arrangements)

Another welcome reissue from Neil Smith, one of Britain's finest classical guitarists. He plays guitar music by Niccolo Paganini, Mauro Giuliani, Fernando Sor and Isaac Albéniz, introducing in these performances a number of his own improvisations, a lost feature of the romantic era.

Paganini was the greatest of violin virtuosi but he was also a master guitarist and composer for the guitar. The Grand Sonata has three movements: a bold Allegro Risoluto then an exquisite Romanza and finally a set of variations marked Andantino Variato.

Giuliani’s Variations Op 107 are taken on a theme by Handel, known generally as ‘The Harmonious Blacksmith’. Fernando Sor’s Les Adieux is just one of a number of pieces reflecting on losses during his lifetime. Albéniz’s Cadiz has the jaunty air of a seaport whereas Torre Bermeja reflects on the images of the great crimson towers of The Alhambra in Granada as multitudes of notes imitate the Moorish decor.

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Piano Music of Spain

Piano Music of Spain


Albéniz:

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

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Castilla/Seguidillas (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Falla:

Fantasía Bética

Granados:

Goyescas: Los Requiebros

Mompou:

Cancion y danza No. 6

Rodrigo:

Serenata española

Bagatela

Pastorale

Sonatas de Castilla (5) con toccata a modo de prégon

Album de Cecilia

A l'ombre de Torre Bermaja

Air de Ballet

Danzas (3) de España

Berceuse de primavera

Evocaciones

Yague:

Halley


Maria Garzon (piano)

Heritage artist, Maria Garzon, performs the piano music of her homeland – an eclectic mix of composers with which she has a close affinity. Originally on two separate discs, her performances now appear in slimline double format. When originally released in the 1990s, both received critical acclaim, the first being awarded ‘Record of the Year’ by the British Retailers Association. Joaquin Rodrigo was particularly flattering regarding her playing of his music: "She has the distinction of being one of the rare Spanish pianists to record my music for the piano and this is particularly satisfying to me."

Heritage - HTGCD207-8

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O Duo: Searching

O Duo: Searching

Works for Percussion Duet


 

Searching

O Duo

Signals from space

O Duo

Albéniz:

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

arr. O Duo

Aragón (from Suite española Op. 47, 1886)

arr. O Duo

Bach, J S:

French Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV816

arr. O Duo for percussion

Glass, P:

Mad Rush

Ligeti:

Musica ricercata No. 7

Prokofiev:

Prelude in C major, Op. 12 No. 7

Shostakovich:

Prelude for piano, Op. 34 No. 5 in D major

Trainer:

Silence twice broken

Vivaldi:

The Four Seasons: Summer, RV315 - Presto

arr. Oliver Cox


O Duo: Owen Gunnell, Oliver Cox

Percussion has found its place in mainstream music making, evidenced by the huge success of Colin Currie's recent Southbank festival and the number of new works and arrangements for today's virtuoso players who include the spectacular O Duo.

This, their second album for Champs Hill Records, features a wide range of repertoire from Bach and Vivaldi to Philip Glass and Fraser Trainer.

The modern marimba and modern multi-stick techniques allow players to perform virtuosic and demanding music such as the Presto from Vivaldi’s Quattro Stagioni, as well as the intimately lyrical - as demonstrated by O Duo’s transcription of the Sarabande from Bach’s French Suite no.5.

The music of Albéniz - his Suite Española, character pieces representing the different regions of Spain - transcribe brilliantly for percussion. O Duo’s arrangement positively sparkles, making the most of the music’s chromatic sidesteps and its melodic beauty.

Prokofiev's Harp Prelude sounds entirely idiomatic for percussion, as does the seventh movement of Ligeti’s Musica Ricercata, and sits comfortably alongside Philip Glass’s Mad Rush.

British composer Fraser Trainer wrote a double concerto for percussion and orchestra, called 'Breaking Silence', for O Duo, Sinfonia Viva and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in 2012-13. Silence Twice Broken is a newly written piece for duo alone, based on material from the earlier work.

O Duo’s own composition from 2011, Searching, represents a journey spent - as the title might suggest - 'searching' for something, and the emotions and feelings which this journey throws up - sadness, longing, excitement, anticipation among others.

Oliver Cox’s Signals from Space explores a very wide variety of timbre by employing many different instruments, including such unexpected things as two metal pipes, a metal bucket with rivets, a spring coil, bowed glockenspiel and tuned alpine cowbells.

Described by The Daily Telegraph as ‘brimming with style and panache’, in recent years O Duo has won a Special Commissioning Award from the Borletti-Buitoni Trust and has been appointed Artistic Directors of the Children’s Classic Concerts series in Scotland. Owen Gunnell and Olly Cox reveal their artistic quality, passion for commissioning new repertoire and dedication to education work.

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Albeniz, Turina, Lauro & Barrios Mangoré: Works for Guitar

Albeniz, Turina, Lauro & Barrios Mangoré: Works for Guitar


Albéniz:

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Mallorca, barcarola, Op. 202

Barrios Mangoré:

La Catedral

Lauro:

Quatro Valses Venezolanos

Ponce, M:

Sonatina Meridional

Turina:

Homenaje a Tárrega, Op. 69


Walter Ranalli (guitar)

Bongiovanni - GB5042

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Isaac Albéniz: Transcripcions per a guitarra

Isaac Albéniz: Transcripcions per a guitarra


Albéniz:

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Evocación (from Iberia, book 1)

El puerto (from Iberia, book 1)

Pavana-Capricho Op. 12

Aragón (from Suite española Op. 47, 1886)

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

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Cataluna

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Zambra Granadina

Piezas Características, Op. 92: Torre Bermeja


Yorgos Arguiriadis (guitar)

La Ma de Guido - LMG2113

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Remembranza

Remembranza


Albéniz:

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

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

L’Automne-Valse, T 96

Granados:

Goyescas: Quejas ó La Maja y el Ruiseñor

Allegro de concierto, Op. 46

Nazareth:

Odeon - Tango Brasileiro

Piazzólla:

La ultima grela

El Mundo de los Dos

Adiós Nonino

Imperial

Villa-Lobos:

Poema Singelo

Valsa da Dor


Rosa Antonelli (piano)

Rosa Antonelli evokes the memories of Latin sounds for her second recording on Albany Records. Born in Argentina, Ms. Antonelli enjoys an active and varied performance career. She has been hailed as a leading exponent of Spanish and Latin American music, which she has performed to audiences around the world in extensive tours that have taken her to Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and North America. Trained at the National Conservatory in Buenos Aires, she was also a participant in the International University Music Program in Santiago de Compostela where she received the Rosa Sabater Award for her interpretation of Spanish music. Her first recording on Albany Records, Esperanza-Sounds of Hope, received critical praise as did her New York debut at Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, where Harris Goldsmith wrote that her “…inward poetry forced me to rehear, and revalue Piazzolla’s Tangos, which she infused with an eloquence and inner communication…”

Albany - TROY1388

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Albéniz: Spanish Music for Classical Guitar

Albéniz: Spanish Music for Classical Guitar


Albéniz:

Piezas Características, Op. 92: Torre Bermeja

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

Zambra Granadina

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Prelude (Asturias) from Cantos de Espana

Recuerdos de Viaje, Op. 71: No. 6 - Rumores de la caleta

Córdoba (from Chants d’Espagne Op. 232)

Cataluna

Capricho Catalan, Op.165, No.5

Cuba (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Tango

Pavana-Capricho Op. 12

Arbola Azpian (Zortzico) (T.84)

Minueto a Sylvia

Zambra-Capricho


David Russell (guitar)

To follow his critically-acclaimed album Sonidos Latinos, award-winning guitarist David Russell explores the music of Isaac Albéniz. Albéniz’s influence on the future of Spanish music was very profound, and transcriptions of his music have become an important part of the repertoire of the classical guitar.

David Russell is recognised worldwide for his mastery of the Spanish guitar repertoire. His new CD features distinctive works by the composer Isaac Albéniz, including movements from the critically-acclaimed “Doce Piezas Caracteristicas” and the picturesque “Cantos de España” to enchanting Gypsy-inspired dances like the “Zambra Granadina”. Suite Española No. 1 of 1886 is among the earliest of Albéniz's characteristic compositions. Albéniz composed the seven musical postcards of his Recuerdos de Viaje ("Souvenirs of a Journey") in Madrid in 1886-1887 in the styles of traditional Spanish dances. Rumores de la Caleta ("Murmurs of La Caleta"), which refers to the popular beach in the historic centre of the ancient city of Cádiz, is modeled on the malagueña, a gently swaying dance that originated in Málaga.

Winner of the 2005 Grammy® Award for Best Instrumental Soloist, Scottish-born guitarist David Russell is internationally renowned for his superb musicianship and inspired artistry. Russell has appeared regularly at prestigious halls in main cities, such as New York, London, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Madrid, Toronto or Rome. Since 1995, he has recorded exclusively for Telarc International, with whom he has recorded 16 CDs, among them the Grammy® award winning Aire Latino. Named a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Music in London in 1997 (where he is now also Visiting Professor), Russell has also won the Medal of Honour from the Conservatory of the Balearics, along with numerous international competitions, including the Andrés Segovia Competition, the José Ramírez Competition and Spain's prestigious Francisco Tárrega Competition. He has had a street named after him in Es Migjorn, the town in Minorca where he grew up, and after winning the Grammy®

Award, he received the Silver Medal of Nigrán, the town in Northern Spain where he lives. Both of David Russell’s last two Telarc albums, Sonidos Latinos and For David were awarded Editor’s Choices in Gramophone.

“As always, Russell's playing is a masterly blend of musical intelligence and poetic inspiration...Russell references the piano in his sharply incised accompanimental figures and fulsome melodic lines - yet colours and textures akin to those found in Moorish architecture are the result.” Gramophone Magazine, September 2011

“Although Russell's playing acknowledges the folk and flamenco inspiration behind these pieces, most noticeably in his lightly dancing rhythmic pulse, he doesn't try to interpret them as such; instead he remains firmly on the classical side and the melodic layers are more apparent...Russell's new recording possesses the same charm, timbral beauty and depth of musical understanding which has been consistent throughout his outstanding performing career.” International Record Review, September 2011

Telarc - TEL3271202

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John Williams plays Albéniz & Granados

John Williams plays Albéniz & Granados


Albéniz:

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

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Mallorca, barcarola, Op. 202

Piezas Características, Op. 92: Torre Bermeja

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Zambra Granadina

Tango

Córdoba (from Chants d’Espagne Op. 232)

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Piezas Características, Op. 92: Torre Bermeja

Granados:

Valses Poeticos (7)

Goyescas (opera): Intermezzo

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 6 'Jota'


John Williams (guitar)

Sony Classical Masters - 88697720782

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Grondona plays Asturias

Grondona plays Asturias

A Tribute to Albeniz


Albéniz:

Oriental

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Pavana-Capricho Op. 12

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

Sevilla

Córdoba (from Chants d’Espagne Op. 232)

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Piezas Características, Op. 92: Torre Bermeja

Recuerdos de Viaje, Op. 71: No. 6 - Rumores de la caleta

Evocación (from Iberia, book 1)

Bajo La Palmera

Seguidillas (Castilla), from Chants d’Espagne, Op. 232


Stefano Grondona (guitar)

Stefano Grondona has his first recorded version of Asturias within a production where the piece recovers some of the lustre it had when his hero Segovia was performing it on tour in the 1920s. He has returned to the original Segovia transcription and presents it alongside traditional interpretations of Albéniz’ music for guitar.

Stradivarius - STR33832

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Reverie a Paris

Reverie a Paris


Albéniz:

Mallorca, barcarola, Op. 202

Cadiz (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Bach, J S:

Lute Suite No. 4 in E major, BWV1006a: Gavotte

Carcassi:

Etude in A major, Op. 60, No. 3

From:

French Inspiration

Reverie a Paris

Myers:

Cavatina (from The Deerhunter)

Pernambuco:

Sons de carrilhões

Rung, H:

Sicilienne

Sor:

Study No. 22 in B minor, Op. 35

Tárrega:

Lagrima

Rosita

Capricho árabe

Adelita

Torroba:

Torija

Villa-Lobos:

Chôros No. 1 for guitar


Mathias From (guitar)

Classico - 220595

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