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Mappa mundi

Canadian Guitar Quartet

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Concerto for 2 Cellos in G Minor, RV 531 (Arr. B. Roussel for Guitar Quartet)  
1
I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Bruno Roussel; Canadian Guitar Quartet
3:23
2
II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi; Bruno Roussel; Canadian Guitar Quartet
3:00
3
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Bruno Roussel; Canadian Guitar Quartet
3:05
Fille de cuivre  
4
I. Enveloppe isolante
Renaud Côté-Giguère; Canadian Guitar Quartet
2:26
5
II. Sans alliage
Renaud Côté-Giguère; Canadian Guitar Quartet
2:42
6
III. Touret
Renaud Côté-Giguère; Canadian Guitar Quartet
3:52
Concierto tradiciónuevo  
7
I. Cafe Gardel
Patrick Roux; Canadian Guitar Quartet
12:11
8
II. En las calles de Buenos Aires
Patrick Roux; Canadian Guitar Quartet
7:34
9
Octopus
Hans Brüderl; Canadian Guitar Quartet
7:08
Mappa mundi  
10
I. Trocodite
Christine Donkin; Rachel Mercer; Canadian Guitar Quartet
2:09
11
II. Turris babel
Christine Donkin; Rachel Mercer; Canadian Guitar Quartet
4:27
12
III. Yperborei
Christine Donkin; Rachel Mercer; Canadian Guitar Quartet
4:07
13
IV. Ipopodes
Christine Donkin; Rachel Mercer; Canadian Guitar Quartet
2:58
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:02
On Mappa mundi, the Canadian Guitar Quartet pairs works by contemporary composers Renaud Côté-Giguère, Patrick Roux and Hans Brüderl with a Vivaldi cello concerto, arranged for four guitars by the group's Bruno Roussel. The CGQ is joined by cellist Rachel Mercer on the title piece, written by Christine Donkin.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ATMA Classique Studio Masters

Réalisation / Produced by Johanne Goyette
Ingénieur du son et montage / Sound engineer and editing: Carlos Prieto
Direction artistique / Artistic direction: Canadian Guitar Quartet
Eglise Saint-François-de-Sales, Laval, Québec, Canada Juin / June, 2016
Graphisme / Graphic design: Adeline Payette Beauchesne
Responsable du livret / Booklet editor: Michel Ferland
Photo de couverture / Cover art © Marie-Andrée Blais

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