Music by Marco de Biasi, Leo Brouwer, Federico Moreno-Torroba, Carlos Moscardini, Joaquin Rodrigo, and Fernando Sor.
This is the first edition of Brouwer's guitar quintet; it is based on the original manuscript. A challenging work in four movements. With a glossary of terms and editor's note.
Olsen plays concertos by Villa-Lobos, Leo Brouwer, and Nikita Koshkin. Terje Mikkelsen conducts the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields.
Contents: Deux Aires Populaires Cubains / Leo Brouwer -- Suite Populaire Bresiliennne / Heitor Villa-Lobos -- Tres Apuntes / Leo Brouwer -- Sonata, Op. 47 / Alberto Ginastera -- Caprices / Heiner Reitz.
Contents: I. Preludio -- II. Fuga -- III. Sarabanda -- IV. Giga. With a biographical note in Spanish. An early work by Brouwer. Of moderate to advanced difficulty.
The first volume in a new Naxos series of Japanese guitar music. This disc also contains Leo Brouwer's 2 Homages to Takemitsu.
Eskelinen performs music by Arvo Pärt, Peteris Vasks, Luca Francesconi, Minoru Miki, Toru Takemitsu and Leo Brouwer. With the Obstrobothnian Chamber Orchestra.
A short piece dedicated to Marie Levesque. The opportunity exists to insert an improvised cadenza. With biographical notes.
Lennon-McCartney: Penny Lane -- The Fool On The Hill -- She’S Leaving Home -- Vivaldi: From Sonata No. 8 -- Sor: From Divertimento Op. 62 -- Pasquini: Sonata In D Minor For Two Guitars -- Craulli: Duo II, Op. 146, No. 2 -- Miki: Mebae -- Brouwer: Per Suonare A Due -- Berceuse.
A volume of seventeen works for solo guitar by Brouwer, reprinted from earlier editions of Max Eschig. With an introduction in French, English and German.
Contents: Dos temas populares cubanos -- Pieza sin titulo No. 1 -- Pieza sin titulo No. 2 -- Pieza sin titulo No. 3 -- Preludio -- Fuga No. 1 -- Estudios sencillos, Vol. 1, No. 1 a 5 -- Danza del altiplano (sobre un tema folklorico), Piece Latino-americaine No. 1 -- Parabola -- Tarantos -- El…
Clamens composed this work for the Quarte Blance guitar quartet. An energetic and florid movement of advanced difficulty. With program and performance notes.
With William Pearson, Karlheinz Zoeller, Leo Brouwer, and Stomu Yamash'to.
The 2012 winner of the Barrios competition performs several solo guitar works by Leo Brouwer.
Music by Leo Brouwer, Joaquin Clerch, David del Puerto, Ali Arango, and Paco de Lucia.
Stegmann performs music for solo guitar by Leo Brouwer, Toru Takemitsu, and Reginald Smith Brindle.
The Fandango Guitar Quartet performs music by Patrick Roux, Dusan Bogdanovic, Sergio Assad, Edvard Grieg, Leo Brouwer, and Jurg Kindle.