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Sofia Gubaidulina: Complete Guitar Works: Repentance - Sotto Voce - Serenade - Toccata

David Tanenbaum, Thomas Viloteau, Paul Psarras, Peter Wyrick, Mark Wright, Marc Teicholz, Jodi Levitz, Scott Pingel

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1.1
Repentance
Sofia Gubaidulina; David Tanenbaum; Thomas Viloteau; Paul Psarras; Peter Wyrick; Mark Wright
24:50
1.2
Serenade
Sofia Gubaidulina; David Tanenbaum
3:17
1.3
Toccata
Sofia Gubaidulina; David Tanenbaum
2:56
1.4
Sotto voce
Sofia Gubaidulina; David Tanenbaum; Marc Teicholz; Jodi Levitz; Scott Pingel
25:48
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:51
American classical guitarist David Tanenbaum is joined by other guitarists and string players on this programme paying tribute to Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina. She has devoted much time over the last 10 years writing and revising the two big pieces heard here that use multiple guitars. These works demonstrate the soulfulness and freedom that have spoken to her through the instrument and in each case she combines the guitars with the lower strings she frequently favours. The Toccata receives its world premiere recording, revealing a work with a driving momentum that hardly stops.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, California: Sol Joseph Recital Hall on 22 February 2010 (track 1) and Osher Salon on 3 October 2014 (4) & 14 October 2014 (2–3) Producer: Jason O’Connell Engineers: Jason O’Connell (tracks 1–3); Zach Miley (4) Editors: Jason O’Connell (1, 4); Zach Miley (2–3) Booklet notes: David Tanenbaum Publishers: Sikorski Musikverlage (track 1, 4), Editions Orphée (2), Muzyka, Moscow (3) Cover image uses photo by Valero58 / Dreamstime

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