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Old 04-01-2010, 01:35 PM
Dogsnax Dogsnax is offline
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Default Modern Classical Repertoire

I've really been delving into classical guitar music for the past five years. I come from a rock n' roll, jazz background and I keep finding my classical ear drawn to the more modern 20th century classical guitar music.

Giacomo's post in another thread inspired me to create another addressing modern repertoire music.

Some of the more modern cds I enjoy:
  • Graham Devine/Ricardo Cobo/Elena Papandreou Brouwer recordings on Naxos
  • Graham Devine - British Guitar Music, also on Naxos
  • Jeff LaQuatro -Twilight
  • Craig Ogden - Tippett: The Blue Guitar
  • Craig Ogden - Guitar Works of Lennox and Michael Berkeley
  • Marcin Dylla's recording of Maw's "Music of Memory"
  • Stephan Schmidt - Maurice Ohana

And now I'm off to order the Tannenbaum and Korhonen cds recommended by Giacomo!

Any other modern repertoire enthusiasts on the forum?

Fred
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:27 PM
Kabalan Kabalan is offline
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20 century favorite music by julian bream is a classical:
nocturnal by britten.
4 piezas breves by martin
tientos by henze
polifermo de oro by reginald smith
estudios by villalobos
the originalLP album was never done in CD
all this works are include in a julian bream box plus bagatelas by walton
another great modern guitar work.
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:51 AM
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Dogsnax,

I'm afraid this is far from a popular genre. I found that people can sometimes be reached by playing these things live and "drawing them in" into the unique world each piece creates through a bit of contextualization, information, explanation...

I'm glad you're as excited about this stuff as I am tough. Feel free to talk about it at all times - I'll echo!
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Old 04-06-2010, 12:44 PM
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andrew york!
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