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Puerto, Abril & Guereña: Guitar Double Concertos

Miguel Trápaga, Ángel Luis Castaño, Oviedo Filarmonía, Óliver Díaz, Teresa Folgueira, Fernando Arias

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1.1
Mistral
David del Puerto; Miguel Trápaga; Ángel Luis Castaño; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
20:50
Concierto de Gibralfaro  
1.2
I. Visiones de la bahía
Antón García Abril; Miguel Trápaga; Teresa Folgueira; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
8:21
1.3
II. A partir de un canto popular malagueño
Antón García Abril; Miguel Trápaga; Teresa Folgueira; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
11:16
1.4
III. Homenaje a la tauromaquia picassiana
Antón García Abril; Miguel Trápaga; Teresa Folgueira; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
9:30
Concierto ecuánime  
1.5
I. –
Javier López de Guereña; Miguel Trápaga; Fernando Arias; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
6:29
1.6
II. –
Javier López de Guereña; Miguel Trápaga; Fernando Arias; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
9:54
1.7
III. –
Javier López de Guereña; Miguel Trápaga; Fernando Arias; Oviedo Filarmonía; Óliver Díaz
4:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:29
Spanish music has been enriched in recent years by a series of striking and exciting double concertos featuring the country’s emblematic instrument, the guitar. Leading composer Anton Garcia Abril has written prolifically for the guitar and Concierto de Gibralfaro offers three evocative vignettes for two guitars. Mistral by David del Puerto is written for the highly unusual combination of guitar and accordion, a single movement concerto of great color and dynamic palette. Guerena’s Concierto ecuanime, for guitar and vibraphone, embraces the rhythmic influence of jazz while employing the tuning used in the rodena form of flamenco. Miguel Trápaga was born in Cantabria, Spain. He studied at the Ataulfo Argenta Conservatory, and at Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid with Javier Canduela and Demetrio Ballesteros, respectively. He also received lessons from Jose Tomas, Miguel Angel Girollet, Manuel Estevez, and others. He has won top prizes in several international competitions, and has performed in broadcasts for Spanish National Radio, BBC, and others.
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