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

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Spanish Piano Encores

Spanish Piano Encores


Albéniz:

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

Pavana-Capricho Op. 12

Malagueña Op. 71 No. 5

Malagueña, Op. 165, No. 3

Tango (No. 2 from Espana, Op. 165)

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Albéniz, M P:

Sonata in D

Falla:

El sombrero de tres picos: Dance of the Neighbours (Seguidillas)

Ritual Fire Dance (from El amor brujo)

Granados:

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 7 'Valenciana'

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

Goyescas: Quejas ó La Maja y el Ruiseñor

El Pelele

Halffter, E:

Danza de la pastore

Danza de la gitana

Montsalvatge:

Divertimento No. 2

Nin-Culmell:

Canción Otoñal

Soler, A:

Keyboard Sonata No. 87 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata No. 84 in D major

Turina:

Sacromonte (No. 5 from Danzas gitanas, Set 1, Op. 55)

Zapateado (No. 3 from Tres danzas andaluzas, Op. 8),Granados Danzas espanolas - Book 2, No. 4 dedicated to T Tass, 'Villanesca', No. 5 dedicated to Alfredo G Faria, 'Andaluza', No. 6 dedicated to D Murillo, 'Rondalla aragonesa', El pelele


Although she disliked being typecast as a Spanish music specialist, there’s no doubt that Alicia de Larrocha’s way with this music is in a class by itself. No matter what the repertoire for a recital she gave, regardless of whether it included Spanish music, she was often called upon by her audiences to provide at least one Spanish encore. Over her performing lifetime she built up many of these and in 1974 made a recording of thirteen of them entitled ‘Spanish Piano Music’ (SXL 6734: tracks 1–13 on this reissue). This LP forms the core of this reissue and is filled out with other encore-worthy Spanish titles. While Albéniz (with six pieces) and Granados (with four) form the core of the reissue, there’s also zesty Spanish Baroque music by Mateo Albéniz (no relation of Isaac) and Antonio Soler, two dances from Falla ballet music despatched with disarming ease by Larrocha in their keyboard versions, and miniatures by Halffter, Nin-Culmell and Montsalvatge.

“de Larrocha at her finest: this LP-and-a-half's worth of Albeniz, Granados, Falla, Soler and other captures this music's idiomatic heart, with ebullient rhythms, soulful melodies and exquisite tonal warmth.” BBC Music Magazine, Christmas 2014 *****

“Each track is excellently recorded, and Miss de Larrocha does everything possible for these little pieces, from the piquant sub-Scarlatti of Matéo Albéniz and Soler to the items by Isaac Albéniz and Granados ... This music is mainly an evocation of dance and song, and the vividness and clarity, light and warmth are everywhere apparent” Gramophone Magazine

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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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John Williams - Spanish Guitar Music

John Williams - Spanish Guitar Music


Albéniz:

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Tango

Sonata in D

Córdoba (from Chants d’Espagne Op. 232)

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Falla:

El sombrero de tres picos: excerpts

Homenaje a Debussy

Granados:

Tonadillas: No. 7, La maja de Goya

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

Mudarra:

Fantasia

Rodrigo:

Tres piezas españolas: No. 1 - Fandango No. 1

Sagreras:

El Colibri (The Hummingbird)

Sanz:

Canarios

Tárrega:

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Torroba:

Nocturno

Madroños

trad.:

La nit de nadal

El Noy de la Mare

El testament de Amelia

Turina:

Fandanguillo, Op. 36

Villa-Lobos:

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


John Williams (guitar)

Sony Essential Masterworks - 88697529852

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John Williams: The Baroque Album & Spanish Guitar Favourites

John Williams: The Baroque Album & Spanish Guitar Favourites


Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Asturias (from Suite espanola, Op. 47)

Tango (No. 2 from Espana, Op. 165)

Córdoba (from Chants d’Espagne Op. 232)

Bach, J S:

Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV1004: Chaconne

Couperin, F:

Pièces de clavecin II: Ordre 6ème in B flat: Les baricades mistérieuses

Falla:

Homenaje a Debussy

Danza del Corregidor (from El Sombrero de tres picos)

Canción del pescador (El amor Brujo)

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

Granados:

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

Tonadillas: No. 7, La maja de Goya

Roncalli:

Passacaglia

Sagreras:

El Colibri (The Hummingbird)

Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K380 in E major

Keyboard Sonata K213 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K175 in A minor

Keyboard Sonata K159 in C major 'La caccia'

Tárrega:

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Telemann:

Bourree alla Polacca

trad.:

El testament de Amelia

La nit de nadal

El Noy de la Mare

Turina:

Fandanguillo, Op. 36

Homenaje a Tárrega: Soleares

Ráfaga, Op. 53

Weiss, S:

Fantasie

Tombeau sur la mort de M. Cajetan, Baron d'Harting, arrivée le 25 mars 1719

Passacaille


John Williams (guitar)

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Heifetz - Transcriptions for Violin and Piano

Heifetz - Transcriptions for Violin and Piano


 

Ao pé da fogueira (By the bonfire) (Preludio 15)

(Vale)

Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Castelnuovo-Tedesco:

Tango

Chopin:

Nocturne No. 16 in E flat major, Op. 55 No. 2

Debussy:

Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune

Golliwog's Cakewalk (from Children's Corner)

Dinicu:

Hora staccato

Dohnányi:

Romanza from ‘Suite in F sharp minor'

Foster, S:

I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair

Gershwin:

A woman is a sometime thing (from Porgy and Bess)

Gluck:

Orfeo ed Euridice (Orphée et Euridice): Dance of the Blessed Spirits

Krein, A:

Dance No. 4

Ponce, M:

Estrellita

Prokofiev:

The Love for Three Oranges: March

Masks from ‘Romeo and Juliet'

Rimsky Korsakov:

Flight of the Bumble Bee

Strauss, R:

Along the silent forest path, Op. 9 No. 1

trad.:

Deep River


Su Yeon Lee (violin) & Michael Chertock (piano)

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Heifetz Transcriptions

Heifetz Transcriptions


Includes:

Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Bach, J S:

Cello Suite No. 3 in C major, BWV1009: Sarabande

Brahms:

Wie Melodien zieht es mir, Op. 105 No. 1

Castelnuovo-Tedesco:

Tango

Sea Murmurs

Debussy:

Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune

Gershwin:

Preludes (3)

Khachaturian:

Sabre Dance from Gayane

Medtner:

Skazka (Fairy Tale), Op. 20 No 1 in B flat minor

Mendelssohn:

Song without Words, Op. 19b No. 1 in E major 'Sweet Remembrance'

Milhaud:

Brazileira from Scaramouche

Mozart:

Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E, K261

Ponce, M:

Estrellita

Prokofiev:

March, Op. 12 No. 1

Rachmaninov:

Daisies, Op. 38 No. 3

Oriental Sketch (1917)

Rimsky Korsakov:

Flight of the Bumble Bee


Ruben Aharonian (violin), Svetlana Safonova (piano)

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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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Encores


 

Ballet music from Rosamunde

Schubert/Kreisler

Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

trans. Jascha Heifetz

Bazzini:

Calabrese, Op. 34, No. 6

trans. Jascha Heifetz

Debussy:

La plus que lente

trans. Léon Roques

Dvorak:

Slavonic Dance No. 2 in E minor, Op. 46 No. 2

trans. ‎Kreisler

Kreisler:

Melodie (after Gluck)

Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven

Mendelssohn:

Song without Words, Op. 62 No. 1 in G major 'May Breezes'

trans. ‎Kreisler

Ponce, M:

Estrellita

trans. Jascha Heifetz

Prokofiev:

Masks from ‘Romeo and Juliet'

trans. Jascha Heifetz

Ries, Franz:

La Capricciosa

Schumann:

Widmung, Op. 25 No. 1

Scriabin:

Étude Op. 8 No. 10 in D flat major

trans. J. Szigeti

Wieniawska:

Tango

Wieniawski:

Mazurka in G major, Op. 19 No. 1 'Obertas'

Caprice in E flat major (Alla Saltarella)

trans. ‎Kreisler


Vilde Frang (violin), José Gallardo (piano)

Vilde Frang’s Encores is more than a captivating programme of short pieces for violin and piano, it is also a homage to the players of the Golden Age of the Violin, such as Fritz Kreisler, Leopold Auer and Joseph Szigeti. The recital includes music originally conceived not just for the violin, but also for piano, orchestra or voice, and proves once again, as BBC Music Magazine wrote, that “Frang has the knack of breathing life into every note, whether by variations in phrasing, attack, tone or dynamic.”

Vilde Frang has conceived the album as something of a homage to her illustrious predecessors. Born in 1986, she is clearly very much a violinist of today, and – as a Norwegian trained in Germany – she did not grow up in the Central and Eastern-European tradition of Heifetz, Kreisler, Auer and Szigeti. That being said, she brings her own, distinctively captivating magic to her instrument. As Gramophone wrote of her performance of the Korngold concerto, a work that has its roots in the composer’s glorious late-Romantic scores for Hollywood: “Frang has a winning way with the rubato that makes the melodies yearn and smile, but there’s a fragile thread of silver woven through her passagework that bounces off the glinting accompaniment of the Frankfurt RSO as an opalescent gown catches the light in a mirrored ballroom. Fresh thought illuminates each phrase and she has the technique to bring off every idea, from the wild caprice of the first movement’s dash to the double-bar, to a coquettish (or demure?) restraint in the finale’s big tune.”

Released or re-released in last 6 months

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Guitar Laureate: Xianji Liu

Guitar Laureate: Xianji Liu

First Prize, 2016 Tárrega International Guitar Competition (Benicàssim)


includes

Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Berkeley, L:

Sonatina for Guitar, Op. 52, No. 1

Coste, N:

Le Départ – Le Retour, fantaisie dramatique, Op. 31

Malats:

Serenata espanola

Piazzólla:

Romántico

Compadre

Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K87 in B minor

Keyboard Sonata K146 in G major

Sor:

Folies d'Espagne, Op. 15

Tárrega:

Capricho árabe


Xianji Liu (guitar)

When Xianji Liu became the first Chinese-born winner of the prestigious Francisco Tárrega International Guitar Competition in 2016, a new star emerged in the world of the classical guitar. Spanning the centuries and crossing the globe from Argentina to Britain, his recital includes some of the most beguiling and evocative pieces ever written for the instrument as well as four transcriptions so idiomatic to the guitar that they sound utterly natural on the six plucked strings.

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Naxos Laureate Series Guitar Collections - 8573813

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La Danza: Neil Smith

La Danza: Neil Smith

Spanish Guitar Classics


Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Leyenda

anon.:

Fantasía A La Gallega

Flamenco

Granados:

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 4 'Villanesca'

Danza española, Op. 37 No. 6 'Jota'

Sanz:

Four Spanish Dances

Sor:

Introduction & Allegro (Grand Solo) Op. 14

Tárrega:

Capricho árabe


Neil Smith (guitar, arrangements)

Neil Smith, one of Britain's finest classical guitarists, performs Spanish Guitar classics by Gaspar Sanz, Fernando Sor, Francisco Tárrega, Isaac Albéniz and Enrique Granados.

Neil Smith has given concerts in over 40 nations making over two thousand appearances in total. He has toured under some of the finest conductors including the late Sir Alexander Gibson and Sir Simon Rattle and the finest orchestras including the RSNO, RLPO, CBSO, BBC Ulster, City of London Sinfonia, the English String Orchestra and the London Philharmonic. His debut in the USA received a standing ovation and led to several return trips, coast to coast. Recent tours have included Japan, Arabia, Russia, Scandinavia, Holland, Portugal and Spain where he has also given masterclasses, a rare honour for an Englishman.

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