Monthly Archives: June 2011

Milos Karadaglic Plays Granados

Milos Karadaglic, in case you haven’t heard, is the hot new guitar player this year. By “hot,” I mean in the showbiz sense. Boffo. Big bank. For one thing, he’s got Deutsche Grammophon behind him. It doesn’t get more prestigious … Continue reading

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Granados: Oriental – Arranged for Guitar and Cello

Ariana Burstein, ‘cello, and Roberto Legnani, guitar, perform the Danza Espagnola No.2, opus 37 – “Oriental.” Originally for piano solo by the great Spanish composer Enrique Granados, this piece is very popular with guitarists as a guitar duet. Bream & … Continue reading

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Enrique Granados: Escenas Románticas: Berceuse – Hilary Field

Hilary has a great way of just letting music speak for itself. “The guitar speaks directly to the heart, with quiet simplicity.” -Segovia

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The Coolin – John Feeley

A very popular and ancient Irish air. A little history from “The Queen of Irish Airs” maintains Francis O’Neill (1913). There are many versions of this ancient and celebrated air “of which Bunting’s and Moore’s are not among the … Continue reading

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Nikita Koshkin: Prelude and Fugue in B minor – Asya Selyutina

Koshkin’s cycle of preludes and fugues continues to emerge…

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