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Ruiz-Pipó: Works with Guitar, Vol. 1

Wolfgang Weigel, Angela Sondermann, Marion Michel, Drilon Ibrahimi, Dimitrinka Tuturilova, Aida Blundell García, Madrid Arcana String Quartet

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Jarcias  
1.1
No. 1, —
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Angela Sondermann; Wolfgang Weigel
3:19
1.2
No. 2, —
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Angela Sondermann; Wolfgang Weigel
3:08
1.3
No. 3, —
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Angela Sondermann; Wolfgang Weigel
3:14
Estancias  
1.4
No. 1, A Karl Scheit
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel
3:17
1.5
No. 2, A Alberto Ponce
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel
2:22
1.6
No. 3, A Angelo Gilardino
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel
4:01
Trio en miniatures  
1.7
I. Soliloquio y diálogo
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Angela Sondermann; Marion Michel; Wolfgang Weigel
2:47
1.8
II. Bajo mediterráneo
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Angela Sondermann; Marion Michel; Wolfgang Weigel
1:48
1.9
III. Jeux de dartes
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Angela Sondermann; Marion Michel; Wolfgang Weigel
1:43
1.10
Nenia (A Manuel de Falla)
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel
6:42
Juegos  
1.11
I. Entrada
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Angela Sondermann; Drilon Ibrahimi; Dimitrinka Tuturilova; Aida Blundell García
3:35
1.12
II. Moto perpetuo
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Angela Sondermann; Drilon Ibrahimi; Dimitrinka Tuturilova; Aida Blundell García
2:51
1.13
III. Interludio
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Angela Sondermann; Drilon Ibrahimi; Dimitrinka Tuturilova; Aida Blundell García
2:47
1.14
IV. Final
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Angela Sondermann; Drilon Ibrahimi; Dimitrinka Tuturilova; Aida Blundell García
1:52
Tres en raya (Version for Guitar & String Quartet)  
1.15
I. Energico
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Arcana String Quartet, Madrid
6:09
1.16
II. Cantabile
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Arcana String Quartet, Madrid
5:55
1.17
III. Ritmico
Antonio Ruiz-Pipó; Wolfgang Weigel; Arcana String Quartet, Madrid
4:19
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:49
Antonio Ruiz-Pipo was one of the bravest and most progressive of the Spanish composers to escape the Franco dictatorship. His Andalusian background, Catalan training, residence in Paris and an enduring admiration of his ‘saint’ Manuel de Falla have all shaped his oeuvre. These solo and chamber works offer an overview of his career, from the poignant Estancias to the Mediterranean-influenced Trio en miniaturas which also represents Ruiz-Pipo’s fascination with the music of antiquity. Infused with elements of French lyricism and sultry Spanish moods, Ruiz-Pipo’s complex but humane musical idiom is richly deserving of discovery. Internationally acclaimed guitarist Wolfgang Weigel was born in 1954 in Saarbrucken. He studied at the music academies of Saarbrucken and Lubeck between 1970 and 1975, and later he became close friends with guitarist Karl Scheit in Vienna who became his artistic mentor. Weigel began to develop his international career as a performer and teacher in the 1980s and began to concentrate on contemporary music, focusing mainly on the repertoire of post-Franco Spain and South America.
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