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Vladimír Ondrejčák plays Joseph Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856) Unruhe from Bardenklange op.13

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M3tmepMIt4

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NOVARA GUITAR FESTIVAL
"The world of the guitar"

This is the guitar festival at Conservatory "Guido Cantelli" of NOVARA (Italy)
Following the Program.
I hope to meet you at the concerts!

All the best,
Bruno Giuffredi

25 GENNAIO CONCERTO
SERGIO FABIAN LAVIA chitarra e chitarra con elettronica
Musiche di Sergio Fabian Lavia

14 FEBBRAIO CONCERTO
ANIELLO DESIDERIO chitarra
Musiche di Sainz, Albeniz, Llobet, Aguado, Rodrigo, Falla, Brouwer

21 FEBBRAIO CONCERTO SERATONA CHITARRISTICA, Studenti del “Cantelli”
Fabio Bussola, Marco Calzaducca, Margherita Chiesa, Vito Daniele Fontana, Matteo Osmieri, Angelica Rodriguezz, Gabriele Sardo.

8 MARZO CONCERTO
Leonardo De Marchi chitarra e chitarra decacorde
Musiche di: Bach, Torresan, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Cage, Ohana, Alessandretti, Colombo-Taccani, Maderna

21 MARZO CONCERTO
EVANGELINA MASCARDI liuto
Musiche di: Spinacino, Rippe, Capirola, Da Milano, Mudarra, Narvaez, Mìlan, Sanz, Murcia, Castaldi, Weiss

29 MARZO CONCERTO
Duo Bonfanti duo chitarristico
Musiche di: Sor, Gragnani, Manzi, Brouwer, Petit
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Bruno Giuffredi plays
Historical Italian guitar-maker
VDE CD GALLO cd 1555 Ginevra (Svizzera)
Phone ++41 (0)21 312 11 54


Dear friends, I’m very glad to share with you my latest recording: Historical Italian guitar-maker.
It represents a sound research about the historical Italian lutherie.
The recital was recorded by using nine different guitars which were built between 1936 and 1999.
Pietro Gallinotti (1952) e (1957), Luigi Mozzani (1936), Giuseppe Bernardo Lecchi (1936), Lorenzo Bellafontana (1947) e (1952), Mario Pabé (1967), Carlo Raspagni (1999), Mario Novelli (1983).

The music tracks I’ve recorded belong to the late Romantic, modern and contemporary repertoires and they were chosen on purpose to highlight the value of these nine instruments.
Antonio Jimenez Manjon: Lejenda. Ottorino Respighi: Variazioni. Luigi Mozzani: Prélude. Giovanni Murtula: Tarantella. Jaume Pahissa: Tres temas de recuerdos. Francisco Tárrega: Quattro mazurche. Angelo Gilardino: Studio di virtuosità e trascendenza n. 29. Ganesh Del Vescovo: Studi di transizione nn. 1, 2, 4. Livio Torresan: Fantasia. Joaquin Turina: Fandanguillo op. 36. Eduardo Sainz de la Maza: Laberinto.

Included in the CD I’ve played the short Studio n.4 by Stefano Casarini (40’”) on each guitar to show the comparisons between them.
Enjoy listening!

Bruno


Info:
Record label: VDE GALLO, Ginevra (Svizzera)
more details
https://vdegallo.com/en/product/historical-italian-guitar-maker-liuteria-chitarristica-italiana-bruno-giuffredi-guitar-2/

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