This short movement is based on the Spanish keyboard genre of the 16th century known as Tiento. Of advanced difficulty.
A selection of 10 tientos by Correa de Arauxo. With Louis Thiry, organ; and Patrick Bismuth, violin, viola and viola da gamba.
Originally composed for guitar, this Andante piece alternates between chordal textures in 3/4 and a more melodic 6/8. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
Ensemble Anccentus; Thomas Wimmer.
Small crease in upper right corner of cover. Contents fine.
Dedicated to Francisco Llacer Pla. A fluid, challenging movement for solo guitar. The music takes on a variety of moods and textures.
Tolonen plays music by Ibert, Samazeuilh, Auric, Tailleferre, Milhaud, Poulenc, Ohana, Migot, Roussel, Ascenio and Satie.
Dedicated to Caroline Delume, the luthist who has premiered this work. Commissioned and premiered by French Lute Society, in Paris, 1995. With preface and composer's biographical sketches. Duration : ca. 8 minutes.
Debussy Trio; Dinosaur Annex; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra - James Sedares, conductor.
Wilson plays music from Cabezon's Musica Nova (1540); Libro de Cifra Nueva (1557); and Obras de Musica (1578).
In one movement. Commissioned by William Whitehead for The Bach's Orgelbüchlein Project. Dedicated to and revised by Colm Carey. Of advanced difficulty.
Transcribed and edited by Santiago Kastner. Contains tientos nos. 29-35.
Transcribed and edited by Santiago Kastner. Contains Tientos Nos. 36-48.
Transcribed and edited by Santiago Kastner. Contains eight tientos ; footnote in Spanish.
Transcribed and edited by Santiago Kastner. Contains 10 tientos and discursos nos. 49-58.
Contents: Tiento para organo, Op. 62 No. 1 -- Tiento para organo, Op. 62 No. 2 -- Tiento para organo, Op. 62 No. 3. With program and biographical notes in French. Dedicated to Damien Colcomb. Of advanced difficulty.