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Segovia - Three Centuries Of The Guitar album
  • Performer Segovia
  • Title Three Centuries Of The Guitar
  • Country US
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  • Genre Classical
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Matrix, Runout (Side A): DL-710034-A4. Matrix, Runout (Side B): DL-710034-B2. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Cat.

The Genius Of Andres Segovia - Five Centuries Of The Classical Guitar. This is the true guitar master, no one else comes remotely close. The perfect storm of mind, emotion, and physical skill. Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. 2 people found this helpful.

Please look over photos carefully and feel free to ask questions! Photos are considered part of the n. What you see is what you will receive. Label: Decca Records Cat DL-710034 Released: 1961 Genre: Classical Style: Stereo Country: USA Format: Vinyl, LP. Track Listing

Artists A Andrés Segovia Three Centuries Of The Guitar. Three Centuries Of The Guitar. Cover, Media grading.

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In Europe, Andrés Segovia, Luciano Berio, and Ernst Krenek have popularized the instrument and composed guitar works which push the limits of technique. The guitar has an incredibly wide range of repertoires, acoustical constructions, and geo-cultural associations; no other instrument - other than, perhaps, the flute - has such a vibrant presence in the musical lives of people across the globe. All of the performers on this recital are members of Krantz’s guitar studio at the Boyer College of Music and Dance. The group represents a healthy mixture of graduate and undergraduate students as well as a combined wealth of talent and musicianship.

Segovia was also concerned about projecting the sound of his guitar, since both Tarrega and his brilliant pupil Llobet both thought that the guitar could not be heard beyond a very short distance. He played his first concert in Granada at the age of sixteen, then went to Seville, where he performed many times despite the limitations of his repertoire at that time. Fleta, explained Segovia, built his guitars in one of the most humid towns in Spain. The wood absorbed moisture, so that when you took the guitar to places that were drier – he mentioned Scandinavia, North Germany, Canada and the United States, possibly having in mind the intensity of the central heating in some of those places – severe damage could be caused to the guitar as the wood dried out. Ramirez, aided by the drier climate of Madrid, had to a considerable extent contrived to extract the moisture from the wood before manufacture.

2) Texas Blues (15) West Coast Blues (3) Slide Guitar (0) Traditional Blues (2) Vocal Blues (1) Broadway and Vocalists (5) Musicals (2) Traditional Vocal Pop (2) Children’s Music (8) Lullabies (3) Lullabies (1) Christian (5) Country and Bluegrass (2) Pop and Contemporary (5) Classic Rock (8) Album-Oriented Rock (AOR) (4) Arena Rock (1) Southern Rock (2) Classical (134) Ballets an. 4) Metheny, Pat (1) Osbourne, Ozzy (1) Pink Floyd (1) Queensryche (1) Santana (1) The Rolling Stones (3) Van Halen (1) Musicals and Performing Arts.

Segovia's repertoire consisted of three principal pillars: first, contemporary works, including concertos and sonatas, usually specifically written for Segovia himself by composers with whom he forged working relationships, notably Spaniards such as Federico Moreno Torroba, Federico Mompou, and Joaquín Rodrigo, the Mexican composer Manuel Ponce, the Italian composer Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and the great Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos; second, transcriptions, usually. Segovia viewed teaching as vital to his mission of propagating the guitar and gave master classes throughout his career

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A1 Prelude And Allegro
Written-By – De Murcia*
A2 Study No. 1 In C
Written-By – Sor*
A3 Study No. 9 In A Minor
Written-By – Sor*
A4 Sonata "Homage To Boccherini"
Written-By – Castelnuovo-Tedesco*
A4a Allegro Con Spirito
A4b Andantino Quasi Canzone
A4c Tempo Di Minuetto
A4d Vivo Ed Energico
A5 Fandango
Written-By – Rodrigo*
B1 Passacaglia
Written-By – Roncalli*
B2a Gigua
Written-By – Roncalli*
B2b Gavotta
Written-By – Roncalli*
B3 Study No. 20 In C Minor
Written-By – Sor*
B4 Two Minuets
Written-By – Sor*
B5 Spanish Dance No. 10 In G
Written-By – Granados*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 710034, DL 710,034 Segovia* Three Centuries Of The Guitar ‎(LP, Album) Decca, Decca DL 710034, DL 710,034 US 1961
MCA 2523 Segovia* Three Centuries Of The Guitar ‎(LP) MCA Records MCA 2523 Canada 1973
DL 10,034, DL 10034 Segovia* Three Centuries Of The Guitar ‎(LP, Mono, Pin) Decca, Decca DL 10,034, DL 10034 US 1961
136 473 SLPEM Andrés Segovia, Santiago De Murcia, Fernando Sor, Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco, Joaquín Rodrigo, Ludovico Roncelli* Andrés Segovia, Santiago De Murcia, Fernando Sor, Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco, Joaquín Rodrigo, Ludovico Roncelli* - Gitarrenmusik Aus Drei Jahrhunderten ‎(LP) Deutsche Grammophon 136 473 SLPEM Germany 1964
DL 10,034, DL 10034 Segovia* Three Centuries Of The Guitar ‎(LP, Mono) Decca, Decca DL 10,034, DL 10034 Canada 1961