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Laureate Series: Guitar: Pavel Kukhta: Winner 2015 Heinsberg International Guitar Competition

Pavel Kukhta

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1
The Castle of Mir (arr. by P. Kukhta for Guitar)
Galina Gorelova; Pavel Kukhta; Pavel Kukhta
4:46
Prelude & Fugue (arr. by P. Kukhta for Guitar)  
2
Preludio
Galina Gorelova; Pavel Kukhta; Pavel Kukhta
1:52
3
Fuga
Galina Gorelova; Pavel Kukhta; Pavel Kukhta
3:10
Guitar Sonata No. 3 "Decamerón Negro"  
4
I. Güijes y Gnomos
Leo Brouwer; Pavel Kukhta
5:24
5
II. Treno por Oyá
Leo Brouwer; Pavel Kukhta
5:46
6
III. Burlesca del Aire
Leo Brouwer; Pavel Kukhta
3:49
7
IV. La Risa de los Griots
Leo Brouwer; Pavel Kukhta
5:03
8
Toccata
Joaquín Rodrigo; Pavel Kukhta
8:11
9
Fantasia
Roberto Gerhard; Pavel Kukhta
4:28
10
El Jardin de Lindaraja
Eduardo Morales-Caso; Pavel Kukhta
6:16
11
Fantasia Carioca
Sergio Assad; Pavel Kukhta
10:49
12
Blue Montuno
Roland Dyens; Pavel Kukhta
3:54
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:28
Belarusian guitarist Pavel Kukhta offers a diversity of composers from Belarus, Cuba, Spain, Catalonia, Brazil and France on this eclectic recital album, opening with the Baroque style of Galina Gorelova, Leo Brouwer’s Afro-Cuban fusion of influences and the virtuosity of Rodrigo. Kukhta, the winner of the 2015 Heinsberg International Guitar Competition, then delves into the unconventional timbres of Roberto Gerhard and Eduardo Morales-Caso, concluding the programme with Sergio Assad’s meditation on Rio de Janeiro and Roland Dyens’s plaintive evocation of Cuban moods.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at St John Chrysostom Church, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, 15–16 October 2015
Producers: Norbert Kraft & Bonnie Silver
Engineer: Norbert Kraft
Editor: Bonnie Silver
Booklet notes: Graham Wade
Guitar by B. Teryks, Mainz
Publishers: Kovcheg OOO Minsk (tracks 1–3); Ediciones Espiral Eterna (4–7); Ediciones Joaquín Rodrigo (SGAE, Spain) (8); Mills Music Ltd (9); Editorial de Música Española Contemporanea (EMEC) (10); Sergio Assad Music (11); Les Productions D’Oz
Cover photo of Pavel Kukhta by Slava Dudoladov

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