Tracklist

CD 1: The Art Of Julian Bream
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Aria detta la Frescobaldi (con variazioni) Girolamo Frescobaldi 5:24
2 Sonata in D major Mateo Albéniz 4:00
3 Sonata in C minor, K. 11 (played in E minor) Domenico Scarlatti 3:59
4 Sonata in B minor, K. 87 (played in E minor) Domenico Scarlatti 2:35
5 Sonata in C sharp minor Domenico Cimarosa 3:02
6 Sonata in A major Domenico Cimarosa 1:48
7 Sonatina, Op. 52/1 I. Allegretto Lennox Berkeley 3:54
8 Sonatina, Op. 52/1 II. Lento Lennox Berkeley 3:28
9 Sonatina, Op. 52/1 III. Rondo Lennox Berkeley 3:18
10 En los trigales Joaquín Rodrigo 3:37
11 Pavane pour une infante défunte Maurice Ravel 6:51
12 Ségovia, Op. 29 Albert Roussel 2:20
CD 2: Lute Suite No. 1 Bwv 996
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV 996: I. Praeludio Johann Sebastian Bach 3:17
2 Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV 996: II. Allemande Johann Sebastian Bach 2:06
3 Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV 996: III. Courante Johann Sebastian Bach 3:46
4 Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV 996: IV. Sarabande Johann Sebastian Bach 4:45
5 Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV 996: V. Bourrée Johann Sebastian Bach 1:36
6 Lute Suite No. 1 in E minor, BWV 996: VI. Gigue Johann Sebastian Bach 3:33
7 Lute Suite No. 2 in C minor, BWV 997 (played in A minor) I. Praeludio Johann Sebastian Bach 3:05
8 Lute Suite No. 2 in C minor, BWV 997 (played in A minor) II. Fuga Johann Sebastian Bach 7:08
9 Lute Suite No. 2 in C minor, BWV 997 (played in A minor) III. Sarabande Johann Sebastian Bach 6:31
10 Lute Suite No. 2 in C minor, BWV 997 (played in A minor) IV. Gigue / 5. Double Johann Sebastian Bach 3:15
CD 3: Romantic Guitar
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Grand Sonata for Guitar and Violin in A major I. Allegro risoluto Niccolò Paganini 9:11
2 Grand Sonata for Guitar and Violin in A major II. Romanze Niccolò Paganini 4:28
3 Grand Sonata for Guitar and Violin in A major III. Andantino variato Niccolò Paganini 7:52
4 Venetian Gondola Song, Op. 19/6 Felix Mendelssohn 2:44
5 Canzonetta Felix Mendelssohn 4:34
6 Piano Sonata in G major, D 894 Menuetto Franz Schubert 5:17
7 Prelude in E major "Lágrima" Francisco Tárrega 2:06
8 Three Mazurkas No. 1 in G minor "Adelita" Francisco Tárrega 1:34
9 Three Mazurkas No. 2 in G major Francisco Tárrega 2:41
10 Three Mazurkas No. 3 "Marieta" Francisco Tárrega 2:45
CD 4: The Woods So Wild
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 The Woods so Wild William Byrd 2:10
2 Fantasia No. 1 in C minor Francesco Canova da Milano 3:31
3 Packington's Pound [anonymous] 2:35
4 Fantasia No. 2 in F major Francesco Canova da Milano 1:41
5 Walsingham John Dowland 4:55
6 Fantasia No. 3 in G minor Francesco Canova da Milano 2:27
7 The Fairy Round Anthony Holborne 1:50
8 Heigh Ho Holiday Anthony Holborne 1:24
9 Fantasia No. 4 "La Compagna" Francesco Canova da Milano 3:10
10 Go from My Window John Dowland 4:32
11 Fantasia No. 5 in C major Francesco Canova da Milano 1:54
12 Greensleeves [anonymous] 3:52
13 Fantasia No. 6 in F major Francesco Canova da Milano 1:30
14 Bonnie Sweet Robin John Dowland 3:52
15 Fantasia No. 7 in F major Francesco Canova da Milano 1:52
16 Heart's Ease Anthony Holborne 2:33
17 Fantasia No. 8 in G major Francesco Canova da Milano 1:30
18 Loth to Depart John Dowland 5:38
CD 5: Julian Bream and Friends
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Guitar Quintet in E minor, G. 451 I. Allegro moderato Luigi Boccherini 7:15
2 Guitar Quintet in E minor, G. 451 II. Adagio Luigi Boccherini 5:00
3 Guitar Quintet in E minor, G. 451 III. Menuetto Luigi Boccherini 4:23
4 Guitar Quintet in E minor, G. 451 IV. Allegretto Luigi Boccherini 6:47
5 Guitar Quintet in D major, G. 448: Introduction & Fandango Luigi Boccherini 6:05
6 Guitar Quartet in E major, Hob. 3:8, Op. 2/2 I. Allegro Joseph Haydn 3:02
7 Guitar Quartet in E major, Hob. 3:8, Op. 2/2 II. Adagio Joseph Haydn 8:01
8 Guitar Quartet in E major, Hob. 3:8, Op. 2/2 III. Menuetto - Trio Joseph Haydn 3:33
9 Guitar Quartet in E major, Hob. 3:8, Op. 2/2 IV. Finale. Presto Joseph Haydn 3:44
CD 6: 20th Century Guitar
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 El Polifemo de Oro: I. Ben adagio Reginald Smith Brindle 1:19
2 El Polifemo de Oro: II. Allegretto Reginald Smith Brindle 2:02
3 El Polifemo de Oro: III+Z Largo Reginald Smith Brindle 1:56
4 El Polifemo de Oro: Ritmico e vivo Reginald Smith Brindle 1:34
5 Nocturnal after John Dowland, Op. 70 Benjamin Britten 18:37
6 Quatre pièces brèves: I. Prélude Frank Martin 3:00
7 Quatre pièces brèves: II. Air Frank Martin 1:44
8 Quatre pièces brèves: III Plainte Frank Martin 3:11
9 Quatre pièces brèves: IV Comme une gigue Frank Martin 2:21
10 3 Tentos (from Kammermusik 1958): I. Du schönes Bächlein Hans Werner Henze 2:24
11 3 Tentos (from Kammermusik 1958): II. Es findet das Aug' oft Hans Werner Henze 1:34
12 3 Tentos (from Kammermusik 1958): III. Sohn Laios' Hans Werner Henze 2:19
13 Etude No. 5 in C major (12 Etudes for Guitar) Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:12
14 Etude No. 7 in E major (12 Etudes for Guitar) Heitor Villa‐Lobos 3:45
CD 7: Rodrigo, Vivaldi and Britten
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Concierto de Aranjuez: I. Allegro con spirito Joaquín Rodrigo 5:32
2 Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio Joaquín Rodrigo 9:34
3 Concierto de Aranjuez: III. Allegro gentile Joaquín Rodrigo 4:50
4 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. I: March Benjamin Britten 0:43
5 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. II: Coranto Benjamin Britten 1:06
6 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. III: Pavane Benjamin Britten 2:40
7 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. IV: Morris Dance Benjamin Britten 0:54
8 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. V: Galliard Benjamin Britten 2:36
9 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. VI: Lavolta Benjamin Britten 1:21
10 Gloriana Courtly Dance No. VII: March Benjamin Britten 0:47
11 Concerto for Lute, 2 Violins and Continuo in D major, RV 93 I.: Allegro Antonio Vivaldi 3:54
12 Concerto for Lute, 2 Violins and Continuo in D major, RV 93 II. Largo Antonio Vivaldi 3:43
13 Concerto for Lute, 2 Violins and Continuo in D major, RV 93 III. Allegro Antonio Vivaldi 2:12
CD 8: Twelve Etudes For Guitar
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. I: Allegro non troppo - Lento Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:04
2 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. II: Allegro Heitor Villa‐Lobos 1:47
3 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. III: Allegro moderato Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:24
4 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. IV: Poco moderato - A tempo - Grandioso Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:48
5 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. V: Andantino Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:11
6 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. VI: Poco Allegro Heitor Villa‐Lobos 1:46
7 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. VII: Très animé - Più mosso Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:31
8 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. VIII: Moderato Heitor Villa‐Lobos 3:44
9 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. XI: Très peu animé Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:39
10 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. X: Très animé - Vif - Un peu animé - vif Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:28
11 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. XI: Lent; Animé Heitor Villa‐Lobos 3:54
12 Twelve Etudes for Guitar No. XII: Animé Heitor Villa‐Lobos 2:41
13 Suite populaire brésilienne: I. Mazurka - Chôro Heitor Villa‐Lobos 4:15
14 Suite populaire brésilienne: II. Schottisch - Chôro Heitor Villa‐Lobos 3:45
15 Suite populaire brésilienne: III. Valsa - Chôro Heitor Villa‐Lobos 4:40
16 Suite populaire brésilienne: IV. Gavota - Chôro Heitor Villa‐Lobos 5:28
CD 9: Julian Bream & John Williams Live
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Pavan John Johnson 2:03
2 Galliard John Johnson 1:24
3 Partie polonoise in B flat major, TWV 39:1 I.: Ouverture Georg Philipp Telemann 4:06
4 Partie polonoise in B flat major, TWV 39:1 II.: Harlequinade Georg Philipp Telemann 1:42
5 Partie polonoise in B flat major, TWV 39:1 III.: Le Ris Georg Philipp Telemann 1:38
6 Partie polonoise in B flat major, TWV 39:1 IV.: Rigaudon Georg Philipp Telemann 1:18
7 Partie polonoise in B flat major, TWV 39:1 V.: Combattants Georg Philipp Telemann 1:29
8 Partie polonoise in B flat major, TWV 39:1 VI.: Gigue Georg Philipp Telemann 2:11
9 Rêverie Claude Debussy 4:41
10 Golliwogg's Cakewalk Claude Debussy 2:50
11 Clair de lune Claude Debussy 5:09
12 7. Suite española No. 1, Op. 47 : Castilla (Seguidillas) Isaac Albéniz 4:01
13 Danzas españolas, Op. 37 II.: Oriental Enrique Granados 4:59
CD 10: Julian Bream Plays Granados And Albéniz
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Cuentos de la juventud, Op. 1 I.: Dedicatoria Enrique Granados 1:46
2 Cuentos de la juventud, Op. 1 II.: La maja de Goya, Tornadilla No. 8 Enrique Granados 4:48
3 Danzas españolas, Op. 37 VI.: Villanesca Enrique Granados 6:35
4 Danzas españolas, Op. 37: Valses poéticos Enrique Granados 12:31
5 Danzas españolas, Op. 37 V.: Andaluza (Playera) Enrique Granados 4:16
6 Mallorca, Op. 202 Isaac Albéniz 7:20
7 Suite española No. 1, Op. 47 II.: Cataluña Isaac Albéniz 2:58
8 Suite española No. 1, Op. 47 I.: Granada Isaac Albéniz 5:39
9 Suite española No. 1, Op. 47 III.: Sevilla Isaac Albéniz 4:48
10 Suite española No. 1, Op. 47 IV.: Cádiz Isaac Albéniz 4:22
11 Cantos de España, Op. 232 IV.: Córdoba Isaac Albéniz 7:16

Credits

CD 1: The Art Of Julian Bream

composed in:
Spain (track 10)
premiered in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1902-04-05) (track 11)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1959-10 – 1959-11) (tracks 1–12)
classical guitar arranger:
Andrés Segovia (tracks 1, 4)
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (tracks 3, 5–6, 11)
Emilio Pujol (composer) (track 2)
composer:
Girolamo Frescobaldi (composer) (track 1)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1899) (track 11)
Albert Roussel (composer) (1925) (track 12)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1938) (track 10)
Sir Lennox Berkeley (composer) (1957) (tracks 7–9)
dedicated to:
Andrés Segovia (track 12)
producer:
Peter Dellheim (producer for RCA) (track 7)
Peter Dellheim (producer for RCA) (1959-10 – 1959-11) (tracks 1–6, 8–12)
recording engineer:
Lewis Layton (engineer) (1959-10 – 1959-11) (tracks 1–12)
publisher:
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (New York) in New York, New York, United States (1959-10 – 1959-11) (tracks 1–12)
compiled in:
part of:
Works of Albert Roussel by opus number (number: op. 29) (track 12)
arrangements:
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for concert band, Smith) (track 11)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for saxophone and orchestra, Nodaira) (track 11)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for flute and harp arr. by Quinto Maganini) (track 11)
Ségovia, op. 29 (for piano) (track 12)
is the basis for:
The Lamp Is Low (1939 song) (track 11)
later versions:
Pavane pour une infante défunte (arrangement for 48 violas) (track 11)
orchestrations:
Pavane pour une infante défunte (orchestrated version) (track 11)
part of:
recording of:
Aria detta la Frescobalda & Corrente (1959-10 – 1959-11) (track 1)
Pavane pour une infante défunte (for solo piano) (1959-10 – 1959-11) (track 11)
Por los campos de España, nº 1: En los trigales (1959-10 – 1959-11) (track 10)
Sonatina for Guitar, op. 52: II. Lento (1959-10 – 1959-11) (track 8)
Sonatina for Guitar, op. 52: III. Rondo (1959-10 – 1959-11) (track 9)
Ségovia, op. 29 (for guitar) (1959-10 – 1959-11) (track 12)

CD 2: Lute Suite No. 1 Bwv 996

classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 3)
guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (tracks 1–10)
arranger:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (tracks 1–10)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 1–10)
producer:
Peter Dellheim (producer for RCA) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (tracks 1–10)
recording engineer:
James Burnett (producer) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (tracks 1–10)
recorded at:
Kenwood House: Library in London, England, United Kingdom (1965-09 – 1965-10) (tracks 1–10)
arrangement of:
part of:
Suite in C minor, BWV 997 (catch-all for arrangements) (tracks 7–10)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996 (catch all for arrangements) (tracks 1–6)
recording of:
Suite in C minor, BWV 997: I. Preludio (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 7)
Suite in C minor, BWV 997: II. Fuga (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 8)
Suite in C minor, BWV 997: III. Sarabande (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 9)
Suite in C minor, BWV 997: IV. Giga (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 10)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996: I. Präludium. Presto (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 1)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996: II. Allemande (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 2)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996: III. Courante (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 3)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996: IV. Sarabande (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 4)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996: V. Bourrée (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 5)
Suite in E minor, BWV 996: VI. Gigue (catch all for arrangements) (1965-09 – 1965-10) (track 6)

CD 3: Romantic Guitar

classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (tracks 4–7)
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1970-05-15 – 1970-05-30) (tracks 1–3, 8–10)
guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 2)
composer:
Niccolò Paganini (composer and violinist) (tracks 1–3)
Francisco Tárrega (tracks 7–10)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1826-10) (track 6)
Felix Mendelssohn (composer) (1829) (track 5)
Felix Mendelssohn (composer) (1829 – 1830) (track 4)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1970-05) (tracks 1–5, 7–10)
James Burnett (producer) (1970-05-15 – 1970-05-30) (track 6)
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (1970-05) (tracks 1–10)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel, Wiltshire in United Kingdom (1970-05-15 – 1970-05-30) (tracks 1–10)
part of:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Canzonetta (for guitar, Tárrega) (track 5)
Canzonetta (for guitar, Segovia) (track 5)
Capriccietto (track 5)
is the basis for:
Sepp bleib’ da (track 8)
part of:
recording of:
Adelita (mazurka) (1970-05-15 – 1970-05-30) (track 8)
Marieta (mazurka) (1970-05-15 – 1970-05-30) (track 10)
Mazurka en Sol (1970-05-15 – 1970-05-30) (track 9)

CD 4: The Woods So Wild

lute:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1972-06-30 – 1972-07-02) (tracks 1–3, 5–16, 18)
lute arranger:
Francis Cutting (composer and lutenist) (track 1)
composer:
William Byrd (English composer) (track 1)
John Dowland (composer and lutenist) (tracks 5, 10, 14, 18)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 10)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1972-06 – 1972-07) (tracks 1–3, 5–16, 18)
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (1972-06 – 1972-07) (tracks 1–3, 5–16, 18)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel, Wiltshire in United Kingdom (1972-06-30 – 1972-07-02) (tracks 1–3, 5–16, 18)
part of:
John Dowland's lute works (number: P. 64) (track 10)
John Dowland's lute works (number: P. 67) (track 5)
John Dowland's lute works (number: P. 69) (track 18)
John Dowland's lute works (number: P. 70) (track 14)
arrangement of:
is the basis for:
Go From My Window (Fitzwilliam virginal book, nos. 9 (I) and 42 (II)) (track 10)
part of:
English Dancing Master (book) (track 10)
recording of:
Walsingham, P. 67 (track 5)
Go From My Window, P. 64 (1972-06-30 – 1972-07-02) (track 10)
The Woods So Wild (arr. Cutting) (1972-06-30 – 1972-07-02) (track 1)

CD 5: Julian Bream and Friends

violin:
Hugh Maguire (violinist) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 6–9)
cello:
Terence Weil (cellist) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 6–9)
viola:
Cecil Aronowitz (viola player) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 6–9)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 1–9)
guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (track 2)
guitar and harpsichord arranger:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 5)
string quartet:
The Cremona String Quartet (UK string quartet active in 1970s) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 1–4, 6–9)
harpsichord:
George Malcolm (English harpsichordist, conductor) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (track 5)
additional composer:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 5)
composer:
Joseph Haydn (composer) (1765) (tracks 6–9)
Luigi Boccherini (composer) (1798 – 1799) (tracks 1–5)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 1–9)
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 1–9)
recorded at:
Bishopsgate Institute in London, England, United Kingdom (1967-11 – 1967-12) (tracks 1–9)
part of:
recording of:

CD 6: 20th Century Guitar

classical guitar:
Michael Partington (guitarist) (track 9)
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (tracks 1–8, 10–14)
guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 13)
composer:
Frank Martin (classical composer) (tracks 6–9)
Reginald Smith Brindle (British composer) (tracks 1–4)
Benjamin Britten (English composer, conductor, and pianist) (– 1963) (track 5)
Heitor Villa‐Lobos (1929) (tracks 13–14)
Hans Werner Henze (composer) (1958) (tracks 10–12)
dedicated to:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 5)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1966-09) (tracks 1–8, 10–14)
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (1966-09) (tracks 1–8, 10–14)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel, Wiltshire in United Kingdom (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (tracks 1–8, 10–14)
compiled in:
part of:
Works of Benjamin Britten by opus number (number: op. 70) (track 5)
is based on:
part of:
Quatre pièces brèves (tracks 6–9)
Drei Tentos (tracks 10–12)
El Polifemo de Oro (Four Fragments for Guitar) (tracks 1–4)
12 estudos, W235 (tracks 13–14)
parts:
recording of:
12 estudos, W235, nº 5: Andantino (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 13)
12 estudos, W235, nº 7: Très animé (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 14)
Drei Tentos: I. Tranquilmente ''Du schönes Bächlein'' (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 10)
Drei Tentos: II. Allegro rubato ''Es findet das Aug' oft'' (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 11)
Drei Tentos: III. Lento ''Sohn Laios'' (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 12)
El polifemo de oro: I. Ben adagio (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 1)
El polifemo de oro: II. Allegretto (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 2)
El polifemo de oro: III. Largo (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 3)
El polifemo de oro: IV. Ritmico e vivo (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 4)
Nocturnal after John Dowland, op. 70 (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 5)
Quatre pièces brèves: I. Prélude (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 6)
Quatre pièces brèves: II. Air (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 7)
Quatre pièces brèves: III. Plainte (1966-09-16 – 1966-09-25) (track 8)

CD 7: Rodrigo, Vivaldi and Britten

violin:
Frances Mason (violinist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 11–13)
Olive Zorian (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–13)
theorbo [chittarone]:
Robert Spencer (English lutenist, guitarist & musicologist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 11–13)
tabor:
Robert Spencer (English lutenist, guitarist & musicologist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–10)
lute:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–13)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 1–3)
flute:
David Sandeman (flutist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–10)
viola da gamba:
Desmond Dupré (lutenist and viola da gamba player) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–10)
Joy Hall (cellist) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–13)
arranger:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (tracks 4–13)
composer:
Antonio Vivaldi (tracks 11–13)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1939) (tracks 1–3)
Benjamin Britten (English composer, conductor, and pianist) (1953) (tracks 4–10)
conductor:
Sir Colin Davis (English conductor) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 1–3)
instruments:
Julian Bream Consort (The first consort, 1960s-70s) (tracks 4–10)
orchestra:
Melos Chamber Orchestra (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 1–3)
orchestrator:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (tracks 11–13)
performer:
Julian Bream Consort (The first consort, 1960s-70s) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–13)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1963-10) (tracks 1–13)
recording engineer:
Alan Stagg (engineer) (1963-10) (tracks 1–13)
recorded at:
Walthamstow Assembly Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 1–13)
arrangements:
Concierto de Aranjuez: I. Allegro con spirito (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (track 1)
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (track 2)
Concierto de Aranjuez: III. Allegro gentile (for harp and orchestra, Rodrigo 1974) (track 3)
is the basis for:
Concerto de Aranjuez: Adagio (Tomita arrangement) (track 2)
Follow Me (track 2)
Spain (track 2)
orchestration of:
part of:
Concerto for Lute and Strings in D major, RV 93 (orch. Bream) (movement) (tracks 11–13)
Concierto de Aranjuez (movement) (tracks 1–3)
partial recording of:
Symphonic Suite from "Gloriana", op. 53a: III. The Courtly Dances (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (tracks 4–10)
recording of:
Concerto for Lute and Strings in D major, RV 93: I. Allegro giusto (orch. Bream) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (track 11)
Concerto for Lute and Strings in D major, RV 93: II. Largo (orch. Bream) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (track 12)
Concerto for Lute and Strings in D major, RV 93: III. Allegro (orch. Bream) (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (track 13)
Concierto de Aranjuez: I. Allegro con spirito (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (track 1)
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (track 2)
Concierto de Aranjuez: III. Allegro gentile (1963-10-22 – 1963-10-26) (track 3)

CD 8: Twelve Etudes For Guitar

classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1978-05-25 – 1978-06-11) (tracks 1–16)
composer:
Heitor Villa‐Lobos (1908 – 1912) (tracks 13, 15–16)
Heitor Villa‐Lobos (1929) (tracks 1–12)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1978-05 – 1978-06) (tracks 1–16)
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (1978-05 – 1978-06) (tracks 1–16)
solo classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 8)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel, Wiltshire in United Kingdom (1978-05-25 – 1978-06-11) (tracks 1–16)
part of:
12 estudos, W235 (tracks 1–12)
recording of:
Suite populaire brésilienne, W020: I. Mazurka-Choro (1978-05-25 – 1978-06-11) (track 13)
Suite populaire brésilienne, W020: II. Schottish-Choro (1978-05-25 – 1978-06-11) (track 14)
Suite populaire brésilienne, W020: III. Valsa-Choro (1978-05-25 – 1978-06-11) (track 15)
Suite populaire brésilienne, W020: IV. Gavota-Choro (1978-05-25 – 1978-06-11) (track 16)

CD 9: Julian Bream & John Williams Live

classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1978-10) (track 13)
John Williams (classical guitarist) (1978-10) (track 13)
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1978-10-15 – 1978-10-18) (tracks 1–13)
John Williams (classical guitarist) (1978-10-15 – 1978-10-18) (tracks 1–13)
guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (tracks 11–12)
John Williams (classical guitarist) (tracks 11–12)
composer:
Isaac Albéniz (track 12)
Enrique Granados (composer) (track 13)
Georg Philipp Telemann (composer) (tracks 3–8)
Claude Debussy (1890) (track 9)
Claude Debussy (1890 – 1905) (track 11)
Claude Debussy (1906 – 1908-07) (track 10)
engineer:
Edwin Begley (sound engineer in RCA Victor) (1978-10) (track 13)
producer:
Peter Dellheim (producer for RCA) (1978-10) (tracks 1–13)
recording engineer:
Edwin Begley (sound engineer in RCA Victor) (1978-10) (tracks 1–13)
recorded at:
Symphony Hall (Boston) in Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1978-10-15) (tracks 1–13)
compiled in:
arrangement of:
Children’s Corner, L. 113: VI. Golliwogg’s Cake-Walk (original piano version) (track 10)
Rêverie, L. 68, CD 76 (for piano) (track 9)
arrangements:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 2: Oriental (catch-all for arrangements) (track 13)
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 2: Oriental (for cello and piano, Piatigorsky) (track 13)
is the basis for:
Fearlessness (track 13)
live recording of:
Children’s Corner, L. 113: VI. Golliwogg’s Cake-Walk (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
Suite bergamasque : III. Clair de lune (catch-all for arrangements) (track 11)
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: VII. Castilla (Seguidillas) (catch-all for arrangements) (track 12)
Rêverie (catch-all for arrangements) (1978-10-15 – 1978-10-18) (track 9)
orchestrations:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 2: Oriental (for orchestra, Ferrer) (track 13)
part of:
Children’s Corner, L. 113 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
Partie polonoise in B-flat major, TWV 39:1 (movement) (tracks 3–8)
recording of:

CD 10: Julian Bream Plays Granados And Albéniz

classical guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (tracks 1–11)
guitar:
Julian Bream (guitarist and lutenist) (track 5)
composer:
Isaac Albéniz (tracks 6–11)
Enrique Granados (composer) (tracks 1–5)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (tracks 1–11)
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (tracks 1–11)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel, Wiltshire in United Kingdom (1982-06 – 1982-07) (tracks 1–11)
arrangement of:
Mallorca, op. 202 (track 6)
part of:
recording of:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 4: Villanesca (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 3)
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 5: Andaluza (Playera) (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 5)
Cantos de España, op. 232, n.º 4: Córdoba (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 11)
Cuentos de la juventud, op. 1: No. 1: Dedicatoria (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 1)
La maja de Goya (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 2)
Mallorca, op. 202 (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 6)
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: I. Granada (Serenata) (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 8)
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: II. Cataluña (Curranda) (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 7)
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: III. Sevilla (Sevillanas) (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 9)
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: IV. Cádiz (Saeta) (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 10)
Valses poéticos (catch-all for arrangements) (1982-06 – 1982-07) (track 4)