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GINASTERA: Guitar Sonata / RODRIGO: Invocacion y danza

GINASTERA: Guitar Sonata / RODRIGO: Invocacion y danza

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2011


Artists:

Georg Gulyas

Soloist

Record Label
Proprious

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 53:17
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ENRIQUE GRANADOS

 

12 Danzas espanolas (Spanish Dances), Op. 37 (arr. for guitar)

 
1 No. 5. Asturias (Leyenda) 7:26
     
2 

12 Danzas espanolas (Spanish Dances), Op. 37 (arr. for guitar)

5:10
     
3 

12 Danzas espanolas (Spanish Dances), Op. 37, DLR I:2

6:06
     
 

MANUEL DE FALLA

4 

El sombrero de 3 picos (The 3-Cornered Hat) (arr. for guitar)

2:57
     
5 

Homenaje, "Le Tombeau de Claude Debussy" (version for guitar)

3:12
     
 

JOAQUIN RODRIGO

6 

Invocacion y danza

9:21
     
 

AGUSTIN BARRIOS MANGORE

7 

Vals, Op. 8, No. 3

5:08
     
 

ALBERTO GINASTERA

 

Guitar Sonata, Op. 47

 
8 I. Esordio 4:12
     
9 II. Scherzo 3:15
     
10 III. Canto 4:16
     
11 IV. Finale 2:14
     
 Georg Gulyas Soloist


 Georg Gulyás has studied at the Julliard School of Music in New York and at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. Gulyás has appeared as a soloist with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bartók Radio in Budapest. On his debut album on Proprius Gulyás plays guitar music from Latin America and Spain. The album opens with Albéniz’ famous flamenco inspired "Asturias". 

This recording also contains pieces by other Spanish composers such as Granados, Falla and Rodrigo. The two Latin American composers represented are Augustin Barrios and Alberto Ginastera. Barrios "Vals No 3" is a charming and melancholic little waltz and the record ends with Ginasteras technically demanding "Sonata para guitarra, Op 47".
 
The recording is made by Bertil Alfving (the famous Cantate Domino-producer).
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