Guitar Greatest Hits

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1Recuerdos de la Alhambra
classical guitar and guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recording of:
Recuerdos de la Alhambra
composer:
Francisco Tárrega (Spanish composer and guitarist)
3:55
2Polonaise
recording engineer:
Edwin Begley (sound engineer in RCA Victor)
producer:
John F. Pfeiffer (producer and engineer)
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
solo guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist) (from 1980-10 until 1980-11)
recorded at:
RCA Studio A (New York) in New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Introduction and Rondo, op. 2 no. 2
composer:
Dionisio Aguado
part of:
3 Rondos brillants, op. 2
5:08
3Concierto de Aranjuez - Adagio
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist) (on 1974-11-18)
solo cor anglais:
Michael Winfield (on 1974-11-18)
orchestra:
Monteverdi Orchestra (on 1974-11-18)
conductor:
Sir John Eliot Gardiner (on 1974-11-18)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1975)
recording of:
Concierto de Aranjuez: II. Adagio (on 1974-11-18)
composer:
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (in 1939)
part of:
Concierto de Aranjuez
10:29
4Prelude No. 5
classical guitar and solo classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recording of:
Cinco prelúdios, W419, nº 5: Poco animato
composer:
Heitor Villa‐Lobos (Brazilian composer, conductor, cellist and classical guitarist) (in 1940)
part of:
Cinco prelúdios, W419 (for guitar)
3:46
5Segovia
recording engineer:
Lewis Layton (engineer) (from 1959-10 until 1959-11)
producer:
Peter Dellheim (producer for RCA) (from 1959-10 until 1959-11)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist) (from 1959-10 until 1959-11)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (New York) in New York, New York, United States (from 1959-10 until 1959-11)
recording of:
Ségovia, op. 29 (for guitar) (from 1959-10 until 1959-11)
composer:
Albert Roussel (composer) (in 1925)
dedicated to:
Andrés Segovia (guitarist)
part of:
Works of Albert Roussel by opus number (number: op. 29)
2:23
6Suite espanola - Leyenda (Asturias)
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
guitar arranger:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recording of:
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: V. Asturias (Leyenda) (catch-all for arrangements)
composer:
Isaac Albéniz (Spanish composer)
arrangement of:
Suite española no. 1, op. 47: V. Asturias (Leyenda) (for solo piano)
5:58
7Danza Espanola No. 5
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (from 1982-06 until 1982-07)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (from 1982-06 until 1982-07)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist) (from 1982-06 until 1982-07)
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel in Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1982-06 until 1982-07)
recording of:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 5: Andaluza (Playera) (catch-all for arrangements) (from 1982-06 until 1982-07)
composer:
Enrique Granados (composer)
arrangement of:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37, nº 5: Andaluza (Playera)
part of:
12 danzas españolas, op. 37 (catch-all for arrangements)
4:14
8Guitar Concerto - Adagio
5:25
9Fugue In A Minor
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
arranger:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Fuge g-Moll nach BWV 1000 (catch all for arrangements) (in 1965-03)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician)
arrangement of:
Fuge g-Moll nach BWV 1000 (original for lute)
5:33
10Guitar Quintet - Introduction & Fandango
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (from 1967-11 until 1967-12)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (from 1967-11 until 1967-12)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist) (from 1967-11 until 1967-12)
harpsichord:
George Malcolm (English harpsichordist, conductor) (from 1967-11 until 1967-12)
guitar and harpsichord arranger:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recorded at:
Bishopsgate Institute in London (Greater London), England, United Kingdom (from 1967-11 until 1967-12)
recording of:
Quintet no. 4 for Guitar and Strings in D major, G. 448: Introduction and Fandango (from 1967-11 until 1967-12)
additional composer:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
composer:
Luigi Boccherini (composer) (from 1798 until 1799)
6:04
11Ste popolar brasileira - Schottische-Choro
recording engineer:
John W. Bower (recording engineer) (from 1978-05 until 1978-06)
producer:
James Burnett (producer) (from 1978-05 until 1978-06)
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist) (from 1978-05-25 until 1978-06-11)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel in Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1978-05-25 until 1978-06-11)
recording of:
Suite populaire brésilienne, W020: II. Schottish-Choro (from 1978-05-25 until 1978-06-11)
composer:
Heitor Villa‐Lobos (Brazilian composer, conductor, cellist and classical guitarist)
part of:
Suite populaire brésilienne, W020
3:45
12Tiento
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel in Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1983-02-19 until 1983-05-06)
recording of:
Tiento
composer:
Maurice Ohana (in 1957)
4:57
13Three - Cornered Hat - Miller's Dance
classical guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
recorded at:
Wardour Chapel in Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom (from 1983-02-19 until 1983-05-06)
recording of:
El sombrero de tres picos, suite no. 2: II. Danza del molinero (farruca) (catch-all for arrangements)
composer:
Manuel de Falla (Spanish composer)
arrangement of:
El sombrero de tres picos, suite no. 2: II. Danza del molinero (farruca)
2:19
14Fantasy For A Gentleman: Villano
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
orchestra:
RCA Victor Chamber Orchestra
conductor:
Leo Brouwer
partial recording of:
Fantasía para un gentilhombre: I. Villano y ricercare
composer:
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (in 1954)
part of:
Fantasía para un gentilhombre
2:48
15Fantasy For A Gentleman: Danza de la Hachas
guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
orchestra:
RCA Victor Chamber Orchestra
conductor:
Leo Brouwer
recording of:
Fantasía para un gentilhombre: III. Danza de las hachas
composer:
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (in 1954)
part of:
Fantasía para un gentilhombre
2:05
16Fantasy For A Gentleman: Canario
classical guitar and guitar:
Julian Bream (British classical guitarist and lutenist)
orchestra:
RCA Victor Chamber Orchestra
conductor:
Leo Brouwer
recording of:
Fantasía para un gentilhombre: IV. Canario
composer:
Joaquín Rodrigo (Spanish composer and virtuoso pianist) (in 1954)
part of:
Fantasía para un gentilhombre
5:33

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