Tracklist

Digital Media 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Sonata in G minor, BWV 1001: II. Fugue: Allegro Johann Sebastian Bach 5:05
2 La Catedral: III. Allegro solemne Agustín Barrios Mangoré 2:59
3 Valses poéticos: No. 4. Allegro humoristico Enrique Granados 0:56
4 Guitar Quintet in D minor, G. 445: III. Minuetto Luigi Boccherini 4:22
5 Ojos brujos (Sorcerer's Eyes) Leo Brouwer 2:03
6 Guitar Sonata, Op. 21, No. 3: II. Romance: Andante sostenuto Ferdinando Carulli 3:54
7 Sonatina canonica, Op. 196: III. Fandango en Rondeau Mario Castelnuovo‐Tedesco 2:34
8 Divertissement sur Lucia di Lammermoor, Op. 9 Napoléon Coste 9:18
9 English Suite, Op. 31: I. Prelude John W. Duarte 2:34
10 Euclidica, "Tonada acuecada" Javier Contreras 4:21
11 17 Pieces for Guitar: No. 4. Canzona - The Flower of the Sea (arr. of Sings Harry: No. 5 for guitar) Douglas Lilburn 2:39
12 Guitar Trio No. 2 in G major, Op. 18: IV. Finale: Allegro François de Fossa 5:35
13 Etudes Esquisses: Etude No. 25, "Astoria" (Homage to Astor Piazzolla) Gerald Garcia 5:06
14 Variations on Folies d'Espagne, Op. 45 Mauro Giuliani 4:42
15 9 Escenas Poeticas, Book 1: No. 1. Berceuse Enrique Granados 5:14
16 4 Valses venezolanos: No. 3. Natalia, "Vals criollo" Antonio Lauro 1:36
17 36 Caprices, Op. 20: No. 7. Prestissimo Luigi Legnani 1:31
18 Scherzo - Vals Miguel Llobet Solés 3:31
19 Bardenklange (Bardic Sounds), Op. 13: Tarantelle Johann Kaspar Mertz 4:00
20 Castillos de Espana (Castles of Spain): No. 12. Alcazar de Segovia Federico Moreno Torroba 2:42
21 Si le jour parait…: VI. Jeu des quatre vents Maurice Ohana 2:44
22 Sonata No. 6: II. Rondo Niccolò Paganini 5:42
23 5 Pieces: No. 2. Romantico Astor Piazzolla 4:17
24 Scherzino Mexicano Manuel María Ponce 2:36
25 Fête Villageoise (Rondo Caprice), Op. 20 Giulio Regondi 6:37
26 3 Piezas Españolas (3 Spanish Pieces): No. 3. Zapateado Joaquín Rodrigo 2:45
27 Introduction and Variations on a theme by Mozart, Op. 9 Fernando Sor 8:27
28 Alborada Francisco Tárrega 2:21
29 Chôros No. 1 Heitor Villa‐Lobos 4:49

Credits

Digital Media 1

violin:
Martin Beaver (track 12)
Moshe Hammer (track 22)
Adél Miklós (violinist) (track 4)
Judit Tóth (violinist) (track 4)
cello:
Bryan Epperson (track 12)
Ilona Ribli (cellist) (track 4)
strings:
Danubius Quartet (1991-07-28 – 1991-07-31) (track 4)
viola:
Eniko Nagy (violinist) (track 4)
classical guitar:
Mats Bergström (track 28)
Ricardo Cobo (track 5)
Ricardo Gallén (track 14)
Antigoni Goni (track 9)
Gunter Herbig (Brazilian guitarist) (track 11)
John Holmquist (tracks 13, 25)
Adam Holzman (American classical guitarist) (tracks 16, 19)
Jérémy Jouve (track 26)
Norbert Kraft (classical guitarist and producer) (tracks 3, 15, 22, 29)
Goran Krivokapić (track 27)
Jeffrey McFadden (track 8)
Lorenzo Micheli (track 18)
Richard Savino (track 6)
Pavel Steidl (track 17)
Ana Vidović (classical guitarist) (track 20)
Enno Voorhorst (tracks 1–2)
Simon Wynberg (classical guitarist) (track 12)
guitar:
Brasil Guitar Duo (track 7)
Hugo Germán Gaido (track 23)
Adam Holzman (American classical guitarist) (track 24)
Zoltán Tokos (Classical guitarist) (1991-07-28 – 1991-07-31) (track 4)
guitar arranger:
Peter Breiner (pianist, conductor, composer) (tracks 3, 15)
Enno Voorhorst (track 1)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 1)
Leo Brouwer (track 5)
Ferdinando Carulli (composer) (track 6)
Mario Castelnuovo‐Tedesco (composer) (track 7)
Javier Contreras (track 10)
Napoléon Coste (track 8)
John W. Duarte (composer and guitarist) (track 9)
François de Fossa (track 12)
Gerald Garcia (guitarist) (track 13)
Mauro Giuliani (track 14)
Enrique Granados (composer) (tracks 3, 15)
Antonio Lauro (Venezuelan composer) (track 16)
Luigi Legnani (track 17)
Miguel Llobet Solés (composer for guitar) (track 18)
Johann Kaspar Mertz (track 19)
Federico Moreno Torroba (composer) (track 20)
Niccolò Paganini (composer and violinist) (track 22)
Manuel María Ponce (track 24)
Giulio Regondi (track 25)
Fernando Sor (track 27)
Francisco Tárrega (track 28)
Luigi Boccherini (composer) (1798) (track 4)
Heitor Villa‐Lobos (1920) (track 29)
Agustín Barrios Mangoré (composer aka Agustín Barrios and Agustín Pio Barrios) (1921) (track 2)
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (1954) (track 26)
Douglas Lilburn (1962) (track 11)
Maurice Ohana (1963 – 1964) (track 21)
Astor Piazzolla (composer and bandoneon player) (1980) (track 23)
conductor:
Peter Breiner (pianist, conductor, composer) (tracks 3, 15)
engineer:
István Berényi (engineer) (track 4)
orchestra:
orchestrator:
Peter Breiner (pianist, conductor, composer) (track 15)
producer:
Ibolya Tóth (track 4)
publisher:
Schott Musik (publisher; do not use as label) (track 26)
recorded at:
Unitarian Church in Budapest, Hungary (1991-07-28 – 1991-07-31) (track 4)
Saint John Chrysostom Church in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada (1998-06-27 – 1998-07-02) (track 16)
part of:
Works of Fernando Sor by opus number (number: op. 9) (track 27)
Works of Mauro Giuliani by opus number (number: op. 45) (track 14)
Appleby Catalogue (W) (number: W161) (track 29)
arrangement of:
is based on:
later versions:
Choros nº 1 (for piano, Gurgel) (track 29)
part of:
36 Caprices, op. 20 (track 17)
Etudes Esquisses (track 13)
Escenas poéticas (track 15)
Cinco piezas (track 23)
La catedral (track 2)
Si le jour paraît… (movement) (track 21)
Bardenklänge, op. 13 (part of collection) (track 19)
recording of:
Alborada (track 28)
Choros nº 1, W161 (track 29)
Ojos brujos (track 5)
Scherzino mexicano (track 24)
Sonata no. 1 in G minor for Violin Solo, BWV 1001: II. Fuga (catch-all for arrangements) (track 1)
Vals venezolano no. 3: "Natalia" (1998-06-27 – 1998-07-02) (track 16)