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David Jacques: 15 Histoires de Guitares (24/96 FLAC)

David Jacques: 15 Histoires de Guitares (24/96 FLAC)

David Jacques: 15 Histoires de Guitares (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Friedrich Wilhelm Arnold, William O Bateman, Roberto Beccuti, Ferdinando Carulli, Mauro Giuliani, Ernő Kárpáti, Wenzeslaus Matiegka, Johann Kaspar Mertz, Niccolò Paganini, Giorgio Pezzoli, Vasily Sarenko, Christian Gottlieb Scheidler, Vincenz Schuster, Ernest Shand, Fernando Sor, Franz Sulzner, Albert John Weidt
Performer: David Jacques
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: ATMA
Release: 2021
Size: 1.13 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Giuliani: Choix des mes Fleurs chéries (ou Le Bouquet Emblématique), Op. 46: La Rose
01. No. 9, La rose

Paganini: Sonata MS84
02. II. Allegretto

Giuliani, Mauro: Choix de mes fleurs chéries, Op. 46
03. No. 4, Le jasmin

Paganini: Guitar Sonata in C Major, MS 84 No. 15
04. II. Perigordino. Allegretto

Matiegka: Pièces progressives, Op.20
05. No. 4, Menuetto

06. Sarenko: Etude No. 1 in B minor
07. Sarenko: Romance sans paroles
08. Shand: Forever
09. Shand: Introduction et chanson, Op. 220

Matiegka: Pièces progressives, Op.20
10. No. 14, Menuetto

Scheidler: Guitar Sonata No. 1 in C major
11. II. Romance
12. III. Rondo

Schuster: Ungarische Tänze, Op. 6
13. No. 1, Adagio
14. No. 3, Adagio
15. No. 2, Allegro
16. No. 4, Allegro

17. Kárpáti: Ungarisches Lied
18. Carulli: Guitar Sonata, Op. 5

Carulli: Sonates (2), Op. 41
19. Rondo

Sor: Voyons si c’est ca – 6 Pieces, Op. 45
20. No. 5, Andante

Mertz: Ständchen. Mäßig, tempo rubato (Franz Schubert, arr. Mertz)
21. Adagio espressivo (Arr. for Guitar Solo)

22. Arnold: Romanze for Guitar
23. Beccuti: Notturno for Guitar
24. Pezzoli: Stornello for Guitar
25. Shand: Légende, Op. 201
26. Bateman: Shaker’s Dance
27. Sulzner: Pensez à moi
28. Weidt: Joy-Boy

At the beginning of the 19th century, the composer and guitar-maker collaboration enriched the guitar with a variety of models, materials, and techniques. At the time the guitar was “the fashionable instrument,” a must in music halls and European courts.
In this second volume of guitar stories, guitarist David Jacques brings together 15 instruments made by the best luthiers of the 19th century. These rare guitars are part of his important private collection.
Originally from Saint-Georges de Beauce, au Québec, David Jacques holds a doctorate in early music performance from the University of Montreal. He first studied classical guitar at Cégep de Sainte-Foy, Laval University and the Conservatoire de musique de Québec. He has collaborated on more than fifty recordings on the XXI-21, ATMA, Oz and Analekta labels, many of which have been nominated for ADISQ, JUNOs, Opus Awards and ECHO Classiks.

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