℗ 2019 Naxos
Released December 13, 2019
Duration 57m 55s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.574117
Genre Classical (Guitar)
 

Cycling Modes

Kostas Tosidis

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Guitar Sonata No. 1  
1.1
I. Allegro assai
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
3:53
1.2
II. Adagio quasi canzone
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
2:14
1.3
III. Vivo
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
3:05
Guitar Sonata No. 2 "Hommage à Bartók"  
1.4
I. Allegro
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
3:12
1.5
II. Scherzo
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
2:02
1.6
III. Interlude
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
1:41
1.7
IV. Toccata
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
2:05
Guitar Sonata No. 3 "Cycling Modes"  
1.8
I. Vivo
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
4:13
1.9
II. Poco rubato
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
4:38
1.10
III. Presto nervoso
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
3:06
Guitar Sonata No. 4  
1.11
I. Allegro con spirito
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
5:02
1.12
II. Lamentoso
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
3:58
1.13
III. Allegro inquieto
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
4:00
Guitar Sonata No. 5  
1.14
I. Movimento fluido
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
5:14
1.15
II. Scherzo diabolico
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
3:53
1.16
III. Partite variate
Atanas Ourkouzounov; Kostas Tosidis
5:39
Digital Booklet
Award-winning Atanas Ourkouzounov is one of Bulgaria’s foremost composers and has written prolifically for the guitar. These five sonatas reveal elements of Bulgarian national music—sometimes through a textured soundscape that includes percussive elements—cast in forms that are often rhythmically asymmetric. Teeming with complex harmonies, contrapuntal effects and poignant depth, the sonatas are a vivid contribution to the contemporary guitar repertoire.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.18
-3.94 to -1.93
-21.55
-27.30 to -18.27
-17.53
-22.60 to -14.50
11
8 to 14
1
I. Allegro assai
-1.94-21.69-18.812
2
II. Adagio quasi canzone
-3.94-22.90-19.512
3
III. Vivo
-1.94-18.97-15.810
4
I. Allegro
-1.93-18.50-15.410
5
II. Scherzo
-1.93-22.24-18.113
6
III. Interlude
-2.75-27.30-22.614
7
IV. Toccata
-1.94-18.27-15.210
8
I. Vivo
-1.94-22.12-18.012
9
II. Poco rubato
-1.94-23.19-18.512
10
III. Presto nervoso
-1.94-21.27-17.212
11
I. Allegro con spirito
-1.94-19.66-15.49
12
II. Lamentoso
-2.98-23.61-19.212
13
III. Allegro inquieto
-1.94-22.32-17.712
14
I. Movimento fluido
-1.94-22.60-17.412
15
II. Scherzo diabolico
-1.93-18.33-14.58
16
III. Partite variate
-1.94-21.83-17.111

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