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Various artists

Strong Emotions on contemporary classical guitar 2: going South

Giulio Tampalini (guitar Philip Wood eld 2011, strings Aquila, Perla)

1 CD STEREO DDD - Durata: 67:52
16 pages booklet, Spanish/Italian/English

€12,00

COD: 2075-e

Descrizione prodotto

Music for guitar

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Tracklist
1 Marco Pereira: Pixaim (frevo) 2:40
2 Ariel Ramirez: Alfonsina y el mar 5:15
3 Julio César Sanders: Adios Muchachos 1:44
4 Dilermando Reis: Se ela preguntar 3:03
5 Antonio Lauro: Vals “La Negra” 1:54
6 Antonio Lauro: Vals “Maria Carolina” 2:38
7 Garoto (A. A. Sardinha): Lamentos do morro 2:09
8 Gentil Montaña: Suite Colombiana I. El Margariteño (Pasillo) 2:43
9 Gentil Montaña: Suite Colombiana II. Guabina Viajera 4:37
10 Gentil Montaña: Suite Colombiana III. Bambuco 1:59
11 Gentil Montaña: Suite Colombiana IV. Porro 2:51
12 Giorgio Mirto: Villa 31 7:13
13 Jorge Cardoso: Milonga 4:07
14 Carlos Antonio Carrillo: Como llora una estrella 3:20
15 José Rafael Cisneros: Zulay 1:13
16 Maximo Diego Pujol: Canciòn de la tarde 4:06
17 Marco Nodari: Tiliguerta 5:03
18 Popular: Zamba de Vargas (Arr. Eduardo Falù) 2:29
19 Manuel Maria Ponce: Tres Canciones Populares Mexicanas (I. La pajarera) 0:53
20 Manuel Maria Ponce: Tres Canciones Populares Mexicanas (II. Por ti mi corazón) 2:09
21 Manuel Maria Ponce: Tres Canciones Populares Mexicanas (III. La Valentina) 1:26
22 Heraclio Fernandez: El diablo suelto 2:26
23 Fernando Bustamante: Misionera 1:54

description

Giulio Tampalini continues his journey through the world of contemporary guitar music, but this time the compass points south, specifically to South America, where the wide variety of native rhythms blend with the cultures of Africa and Europe. In ‘atracción fatal’ for six strings, Tampalini explores with accuracy and passion, the rich repertoire of dances, sounds and atmospheres which runs throughout the music worlds of Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela, combining both popular repertoire (with songs like Alfonsina y el mar or Adios Muchachos), with the more refined repertoire of Antonio Lauro, Alirio Diaz, Manuel Maria Ponce, Máximo Diego Pujol, without overlooking two, young Italian composers’ – Giorgio Mirto and Marco Nodari – and their pieces in homage to the provocations of the South. This second album, Strong Emotions 2, in developing Latin American rhythm, follows the same concept as the first album, that is: collecting and reproducing the songs that, once listened to, one would like to listen to over and over, and over again…

Artwork: Andrea Boyer, ABW336 2012, Pencil on Schoeller fabric, 23x23cm (Salamon Gallery)

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