℗ 2022 Stradivarius
Released July 15, 2022
Duration 1h 09m 45s
Record Label Stradivarius
Catalogue No. STR37232
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

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Martina Biondi, Pietro Locatto

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Goyescas, H. 65  
1.1
Intermezzo (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto; Enrique Granados; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
4:15
1.2
Seranade in B-Flat Major (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto; Gaspar Cassadó; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
3:12
1.3
Requiebros (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
Gaspar Cassadó; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
4:46
7 Canciones populares españolas (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)  
1.4
No. 1, El paño moruno
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
2:09
1.5
No. 2, Seguidilla murciana
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
1:16
1.6
No. 3, Asturiana
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
2:47
1.7
No. 4, Jota
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
3:04
1.8
No. 5, Nana
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
2:20
1.9
No. 6, Canción
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
1:19
1.10
No. 7, Polo
Manuel de Falla; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
1:31
1.11
Córdoba, Op. 232 No. 4, B. 44 (Arr. K. Ragossnig for Cello & Guitar)
Isaac Albéniz; Konrad Ragossnig; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
6:07
Suite española No. 1, Op. 47, B. 7 (Excerpts Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)  
1.12
No. 4, Cádiz
Isaac Albéniz; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
4:02
Suite española No. 1, Op. 47, B. 7 (Excerpts Arr. K. Krantz for Cello & Guitar)  
1.13
No. 1, Granada
Isaac Albéniz; K. Krantz; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
5:12
El amor brujo (1920 Version)  
1.14
Danza ritual del fuego (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
Manuel de Falla; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
3:53
La vida breve, G. 35  
1.15
Danza española No. 1 (Arr. K. Ragossnig for Cello & Guitar)
Manuel de Falla; Konrad Ragossnig; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
3:40
12 Danzas españolas, Op. 37, H. 142 (Excerpts Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)  
1.16
No. 2, Oriental
Enrique Granados; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
4:58
1.17
No. 5, Andaluza
Enrique Granados; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
4:11
1.18
Elegia eterna (Arr. G. Nestor for Cello & Guitar)
Gregg Nestor; Enrique Granados; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
4:38
1.19
Danse du diable vert (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
Gaspar Cassadó; Pietro Locatto; Martina Biondi; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
3:46
1.20
El cant dels ocells (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto; Pablo Casals; Martina Biondi; Pietro Locatto
2:39
Digital Booklet
This program stems from the desire to plunge into a succession of short and idiomatic musical forms that can “evoke” the expressive nuances of the protagonists of the Spanish national school, which developed between the XIX and the XX century. The deep voice of the cello and the brightness of the guitar perfectly blend in this repertoire to recall the taste, the cultural world, and the expressive spirit that originated it and that underlies, in every page, the stories and the weaves of its protagonists. The first pioneers of this Iberian impressionism were the renowned pianists and composers Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) and Enrique Granados (1897-1966). Catalans and spokesmen of a national music filtered through a more European outlook, born from their parisian stays and the rich cultural excitement of the Barcelona of that era. Both, through their pianos, manage to render a Spain seen from the outside. The popular pieces for piano (or for voice and piano, like in Elegia Eterna) collected here, evoke colors and sounds that transcend the instrument; they recall the dances, the folk songs, the nightly atmospheres, the cante jondo and the voice of the guitar itself to such an extent that the following vibrant transcriptions of guitarists like Tarrega, Llobet and Segovia sparked the popular false belief that these pieces were created for the guitar in the first place. Therefore the guitar presents itself as the ideal instrument for this repertoire since its conception, but the expressive intensity of the cello, not only perfectly marries with the tone of the six-strings, but also seems to infuse the singing with a fluidity, a richness, and a narrative intensity that no transcription for solo guitar could ever fully support.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Stradivarius Studio Masters
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1
Intermezzo (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
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2
Seranade in B-Flat Major (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
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3
Requiebros (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
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4
No. 1, El paño moruno
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5
No. 2, Seguidilla murciana
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6
No. 3, Asturiana
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7
No. 4, Jota
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8
No. 5, Nana
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9
No. 6, Canción
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10
No. 7, Polo
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11
Córdoba, Op. 232 No. 4, B. 44 (Arr. K. Ragossnig for Cello & Guitar)
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12
No. 4, Cádiz
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13
No. 1, Granada
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14
Danza ritual del fuego (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
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15
Danza española No. 1 (Arr. K. Ragossnig for Cello & Guitar)
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16
No. 2, Oriental
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No. 5, Andaluza
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Elegia eterna (Arr. G. Nestor for Cello & Guitar)
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Danse du diable vert (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
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El cant dels ocells (Arr. P. Locatto & M. Biondi for Cello & Guitar)
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