℗ 2013 ECM Records GmbH under exclusive license to Universal Music Classics, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Duration 42m 40s
Record Label ECM New Series
Release Date September 6, 2013
Genre Classical

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Zsófia Boros

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Canción Triste
Francisco Calleja; Zsófia Boros
Callejón De La Luna
Vicente Amigo; Zsófia Boros
Dominic Miller; Zsófia Boros
Un Dia De Noviembre
Leo Brouwer; Zsófia Boros
An Idea
Leo Brouwer; Zsófia Boros
Te Vas Milonga
Abel Fleury; Zsófia Boros
Green And Golden
Ralph Towner; Zsófia Boros
Se Ela Perguntar
Dilermando Reis; Zsófia Boros
Martin Reiter; Zsófia Boros
Cielo Abierto
Quique Sinesi; Zsófia Boros
Un Dia De Noviembre (Variation)
Leo Brouwer; Zsófia Boros
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Duration    42m 40s
"If your taste runs to mellowness and round-toned guitar playing, the easy listening style of this disc may be just the thing." - The Irish Times "Boros, a gifted young Hungarian guitarist, offers a sensitively rendered selection of 20th century works ..." - The New York Times This evocative ECM debut from outstanding Hungarian guitarist Zsófia Boros addresses a broad range of compositions for her instrument, drawing on music of the Americas. At the centre of this album is Cuban composer Leo Brouwer, who once declared that the guitar has “no limits,” a major reference for Boros from the beginning of her musical journey. Her sensitive solo recital also includes pieces by Ralph Towner, Vicente Amigo, Dilermando Reis and much more. "Often I think I am holding the choice of music in my own hands, but later I wonder if the music has chosen me as a medium. My approach is always very intuitive; when a piece of music grips or touches me, I want to reflect it, to become a mirror and convey it." - Zsófia Boros
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM New Series Studio Masters

Recorded August 2012, Auditorio Radiotelevisione svizzera, Lugano Engineer: Stefano Amerio Cover photo: Jan Kricke Liner photos: Daniel Vass, Erika Mayer (15, 16) Design: Sascha Kleis Produced by Manfred Eicher

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