This album of guitar concertos from the Americas features pieces composed for David Tanenbaum. Building on a tradition of prominent guitarists generating repertoire through new commissions, these works present the guitar in a variety of settings. Kernis's concerto dips with ease into the world of pop music, whereas his Lullaby and Soliloquyare reflective, lyrical and romantic. Sierra's concerto asserts a rhythmic and percussive character, while Piazzolla's dark and sentimental double concerto is one of his least-known works.
This album of guitar concertos from the Americas features pieces composed for David Tanenbaum. Building on a tradition of prominent guitarists generating repertoire through new commissions, these works present the guitar in a variety of settings. Kernis's concerto dips with ease into the world of pop music, whereas his Lullaby and Soliloquyare reflective, lyrical and romantic. Sierra's concerto asserts a rhythmic and percussive character, while Piazzolla's dark and sentimental double concerto is one of his least-known works.
747313429875

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Format: CD
Label: NAXOS
Rel. Date: 07/09/2021
UPC: 747313429875

Double Echo
Artist: Kernis / Tanenbaum
Format: CD
New: In Stock $11.99
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DISC: 1

1. * Concierto de "Dance Hits"
2. I. Double Echo
3. II. Slow Dance Ballad
4. III. Salsa Pasada
5. * Double Concerto for Guitar and Bandoneon, "Hommage A Liège"
6. I. Introduction
7. II. Milonga
8. III. Tango
9. Before Sleep and Dreams: Lullaby (Version for Violin and Guitar)
10. * Pequeño Concierto
11. I. Ritmico
12. II. Delicado y Transparente
13. III. Intenso
14. IV. Preciso
15. Soliloquy

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This album of guitar concertos from the Americas features pieces composed for David Tanenbaum. Building on a tradition of prominent guitarists generating repertoire through new commissions, these works present the guitar in a variety of settings. Kernis's concerto dips with ease into the world of pop music, whereas his Lullaby and Soliloquyare reflective, lyrical and romantic. Sierra's concerto asserts a rhythmic and percussive character, while Piazzolla's dark and sentimental double concerto is one of his least-known works.