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Laureate Series: Guitar: Erdener - Brouwer - Ochoa - Bayraktar - Dodgson

Eren Süalp (Winner 2014 Michele Pittaluga Guitar Competition, Alessandria)

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Five Grotesques  
1.1
I. Quasi una marcia
Turgay Erdener; Eren Süalp
2:29
1.2
II. Allegro energico
Turgay Erdener; Eren Süalp
2:28
1.3
III. Molto calmo
Turgay Erdener; Eren Süalp
2:53
1.4
IV. Vigoroso
Turgay Erdener; Eren Süalp
3:50
1.5
V. Allegro energico
Turgay Erdener; Eren Süalp
2:47
Guitar Sonata  
1.6
I. Fandangos y Boleros
Leo Brouwer; Eren Süalp
6:04
1.7
II. Sarabanda de Scriabin
Leo Brouwer; Eren Süalp
3:23
1.8
III. La Toccata de Pasquini
Leo Brouwer; Eren Süalp
5:03
1.9
Raindrops
Eren Süalp; Eren Süalp
4:11
6 Anatolian Pieces  
1.10
I. Ham Meyva
Ertuğrul Bayraktar; Eren Süalp
4:52
1.11
II. Süpürgesi Yoncadan
Ertuğrul Bayraktar; Eren Süalp
2:28
1.12
III. Naz Bari
Ertuğrul Bayraktar; Eren Süalp
4:01
1.13
IV. Halay
Ertuğrul Bayraktar; Eren Süalp
2:44
1.14
V. Odam Kireçtir
Ertuğrul Bayraktar; Eren Süalp
3:47
1.15
VI. Madimak
Ertuğrul Bayraktar; Eren Süalp
2:16
1.16
Path of History (Variations)
Luis Ochoa; Eren Süalp
4:01
Partita No. 1  
1.17
I. Allegretto con moto
Stephen Dodgson; Eren Süalp
2:11
1.18
II. Molto vivace
Stephen Dodgson; Eren Süalp
2:11
1.19
III. Adagio
Stephen Dodgson; Eren Süalp
2:53
1.20
IV. Allegro
Stephen Dodgson; Eren Süalp
2:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:41
Young award-winning recitalist Eren Süalp has assembled this international programme of contemporary music written for the guitar, on which he explores music from his own country, Turkey, as well as Venezuela, Cuba and England. The range encompasses the witty twists and turns of Turgay Erdener's Five Grotesques to Leo Brouwer's powerful Sonata, through Bayraktar's Six Anatolian Pieces, with its evocative arrangements occasionally summoning up the sound of Turkish plucked instruments. The closing work by Stephen Dodgson, his startlingly original Partita No. 1, brings a unique sound world to the guitar.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at St John Chrysostom Church, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, 15–16 January 2015 Producers: Norbert Kraft & Bonnie Silver Engineer & Editor: Norbert Kraft Booklet notes: Graham Wade Guitar by Antonio Marin, Granada, Spain Publishers: SCA Editions (tracks 1–5, 10–15); Opera tres Ediciones musicales (6–8); Berben Edizioni musicali (16); Cadenza Music (17–20); unpublished (9) Cover photo of Eren Süalp by Öztuğ Tezvergil

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