℗ 2021 haenssler CLASSIC
Released February 4, 2022
Duration 1h 13m 31s
Catalogue No. HC21047
Genre Classical (Guitar)
 

Bach & Barrios: Guitar Works

José Fernández Bardesio

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1.1
Mazurka apasionada
Agustín Barrios; José Fernández Bardesio
5:47
Suite in E Minor, BWV 996 (Arr. for Guitar)  
1.2
I. Praeludio
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
2:30
1.3
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
3:23
1.4
III. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
2:26
1.5
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
4:16
1.6
V. Bourée
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
1:14
1.7
VI. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
3:04
La catedral  
1.8
I. Preludio saudade
Agustín Barrios; José Fernández Bardesio
2:29
1.9
II. Andante religioso
Agustín Barrios; José Fernández Bardesio
1:42
1.10
III. Allegro solemne
Agustín Barrios; José Fernández Bardesio
3:19
Violin Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004  
1.11
V. Chaconne (Arr. for Guitar)
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
12:49
1.12
Preludio in A Minor
Agustín Barrios; José Fernández Bardesio
3:02
Waltzes, Op. 8  
1.13
No. 3 in D Minor
Agustín Barrios; José Fernández Bardesio
5:12
Suite in G Minor, BWV 995 (Arr. for Guitar)  
1.14
I. Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
5:13
1.15
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
5:20
1.16
III. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
2:07
1.17
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
3:04
1.18
V. Gavottes I & II
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
4:19
1.19
VI. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; José Fernández Bardesio
2:15
Digital Booklet
This album brings together things that at first glance don’t appear to have much in common: works by the two artists Johann Sebastian Bach and Agustín Barrios, who lived in distinctly different cultures many generations apart. However, the intriguing aspect of combining two so very disparate worlds is that shared elements only become apparent when they are placed side by side. Born in Uruguay, guitarist and composer José Fernández Bardesio began playing the guitar as an 11-year-old. He gave his first solo recital when he was only 15. He won first prizes at many renowned national and international competitions, including the Alirio Díaz (Gold Medal, Caracas), the Andrés Segovia Competition (Granada), the OAS Special Prize, and the Infanta Cristina Competition in Madrid. Since making his debut in the United States and Spain in 1984, he has performed as a recitalist and soloist with orchestras in the Americas, Asia and Europe. He regularly appears at international guitar festivals and performs at important music centers including the Royal Festival Hall (London), Hall of the Americas (Washington, D.C.) and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall (New York). He is featured in recordings with broadcasters in Venezuela, the US, Spain and France and his discography in the US, Spain and Germany bears testimony to his artistry. His albums are released by Hänssler Classic and his compositions with Hofmeister Musikverlag in Leipzig.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – haenssler CLASSIC Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.87
-7.64 to -0.45
-23.59
-25.86 to -21.84
-20.89
-22.60 to -19.40
14
11 to 16
1
Mazurka apasionada
-0.45-23.86-20.816
2
I. Praeludio
-1.04-22.16-19.414
3
II. Allemande
-4.15-22.52-20.012
4
III. Courante
-1.30-22.91-20.514
5
IV. Sarabande
-0.77-23.09-19.915
6
V. Bourée
-4.98-23.19-20.612
7
VI. Gigue
-2.70-23.02-20.713
8
I. Preludio saudade
-7.64-25.86-22.611
9
II. Andante religioso
-2.34-23.07-20.114
10
III. Allegro solemne
-5.42-23.06-20.612
11
V. Chaconne (Arr. for Guitar)
-0.92-23.73-21.315
12
Preludio in A Minor
-4.25-24.10-21.513
13
No. 3 in D Minor
-0.45-24.40-21.516
14
I. Prelude
-1.45-23.56-20.915
15
II. Allemande
-3.80-25.34-22.515
16
III. Courante
-1.92-21.84-19.414
17
IV. Sarabande
-1.40-23.76-20.714
18
V. Gavottes I & II
-4.08-24.35-21.914
19
VI. Gigue
-5.56-24.40-22.013

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