Gnattali dedicated this work to Luiz Anunciacao. A lively work in one movement. Photocopied from the manuscript.
Patterson and guitarist Patrick Sutton perform music by Bogdanovic, Gnattali, Gloss, and Zenamon.
Regnier plays music by Assad, Gnattali, Powell, Villa-Lobos, Bellinati, Almeida, and Vassilandonakis. Various artists.
Music by Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Ugoletti, Rodrigo, Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla, Ibert and Gnattali. With Daniele Ruggierie, flute; and Piero Bonaguri, guitar.
Gnattali dedicated this Concertino to Maria Teresa Teran and Juan Antonio Mercadal. The score calls for a small orchestra of six wind parts, strings, timpani and triangle. Printed from manuscript, on single-sided pages.
Gnattali dedicated this work for large orchestra to Laurindo Almeida. This is a reproduction of the autograph manuscript. With an instrumentation list. Printed on single-sided pages, and bound at the top.
A printing of the manuscript of Gnattali's symphony in four movements. The work calls for large orchestra, including several kinds of Latin American percussion instruments. Printed on single-sided sheets.
Gnatalli's suite includes the movements Invocation to Shango; Toada; Choro Calido; Ballad-Samba; Baion; and Marcha Carioca. Printed on loose-leaf, single-sided paper.
This is an arrangement for three guitars by Almeida of a piece he composed with Gnattali. The music is very fluid and dance-like. Printed from manuscript.
Guitarist jason Vieaux and accordion player Julien Labro perform works by Leo Brouwer, Radames Gnattali, Astor Piazzolla, and Tears for Fears.
Contents: Escualo, by Piazzolla -- Duo Concertante, by Stepan Lucky -- Histoire du Tango, by Piazzolla -- Sonata, by Gnattali -- Escualo, by Piazzolla. With Sergio Assad, guitar; Edmond Carlier, cello; and Fernando Suarez Paz, violin.
The Duo Siqueira Lima performs music for guitar duet by Dominguinhos, Gnattali, Cesar Camargo Mariano, Paolo Bellinati, Andre Victor Correia, Pixinguinha, Geraldo Ribeiro, Gilson Peranzzetta, and Domenico Scarlatti. Cecilia Siqueira and Fernando de Lima, guitars.