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Duo Guitartes – Colloquy (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/88,2kHz]

Duo Guitartes – Colloquy (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/88,2kHz | Time – 00:57:02 minutes | 887 MB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Digital Booklet, Front Cover | © EM Records

EM Records announces its first guitar CD with compositions from the Renaissance to the present. Plucked instruments played a prominent role in English music during the Renaissance; we are thinking above all of the outstanding lute music by John Dowland. This era is considered the Golden Age of plucked instruments, which inspired English composers throughout the centuries. One of the most influential works of the twentieth century for classical guitar is Benjamin Britten’s Nocturnal After John Dowland. This CD contains the program that the duo Guitartes performed at the English Music Festival in May 2017 and includes works by John Dowland, Peter Philips, John Johnson, Henry Purcell, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Peter Maxwell Davies and Stephen Dodgson. Most of these works are new arrangements by the Duo Guitartes. Another outstanding highlight of this disc is the world premiere recording of the Serenade by Joseph Phibbs, dedicated to the duo Guitartes.

1. Duo Guitartes – I. Prelude
2. Duo Guitartes – II. Almand
3. Duo Guitartes – III. Corant
4. Duo Guitartes – IV. Saraband
5. Duo Guitartes – Pavana dolorosa Tregian, FVB 80 (Arr. for Guitar Duet)
6. Duo Guitartes – Lachrimae antiquae (Arr. for Guitar Duet)
7. Duo Guitartes – Lachrimae antiquae novae (Arr. for Guitar Duet)
8. Duo Guitartes – The Flatt Pavin (Arr. for Guitar Duet)
9. Duo Guitartes – Variations on Greensleeves (Arr. for Guitar Duet)
10. Duo Guitartes – Fantasia on Greensleeves (Arr. for Guitar Duet)
11. Duo Guitartes – I. Dialogue
12. Duo Guitartes – II. Corrente
13. Duo Guitartes – III. Liberamente
14. Duo Guitartes – No. 1, Knowes o’ Yarrow
15. Duo Guitartes – No. 2, Waters of Woo
16. Duo Guitartes – No. 3, Kettletoft Pier
17. Duo Guitartes – Promenade I for 2 Guitars


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