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 Ceolas.org: “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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