• GCD920114 Katalognummer
  • 8424562201149 EAN
  • 12CD Format
  • 2019 Utgivelsesår

Moreno, Jose Miguel (guitar)

Quinteiro, Eligio (vihuela) | Rial, Nuria (soprano) | Almajano, Marta (soprano)

Various Composers

Orphenica Lyra | Ensemble La Romanesca




CD1 Canto del cavallero: Solo Pieces for Vihuela

CD2 Cancion del Emperador: Solo Pieces for Vihuela

CD3 Milan, Luys: Fantasia (Music for two Vihuelas)

CD4 La guitarra espanola I: Music for Vihuela, Baroque & Classical-romantic Guitar

CD5 La guitarra espanola II: Music for Classical-romantic & Post-romantic Guitar

CD6 Claros y frescos rios: Guitar Music from the Spanish Renaissance

CD7 Al alva venid: Guitar Music from the Spanish Renaissance

CD8 Fuenllana, Miguel de: Orphenica lyra, 1554

CD9 Musica en el Quijote: Music in the Works of Miguel de Cervates

CD10 Sanz, Gaspar: Intruccion de musica para la guitarra espanola

CD11 Musica en tiempos de Velasquez: Guitar Music from 17th-century Spain

CD12 Las mujeres y cuerdas: Guitar Music from Spain and Italy, c1800



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With a capaciously-filled boxset of a dozen CDs made up of attractive individual programmes and entitled The Spanish Guitar, Glossa reintroduces the superb playing of José Miguel Moreno. And with recordings from 1991-2004 which still sound fresh and vivid today. A new essay and all the sung texts are included in the physical booklet that completes this limited-edition set. José Miguel Moreno’s multi-century guided tour of Spanish instrumental music encompasses a magisterial pair of CDs tracing the history of the Spanish guitar: compositions by Narváez, Mudarra, Murcia, Sanz, Sor, Tárrega and Llobet are all accorded their rightful places. A sizeable portion of the collection is dedicated to celebrating the Renaissance and Baroque eras with either the vihuela or the Baroque guitar. To discs of music by Luys Milán and Gaspar Sanz comes a clutch of albums adding vocal gems from Spain’s musical Siglo de Oro and bearing titles such as Claros y frescos ríos or Al alva venid. Moving onwards from Spain’s Classical era, the set ends with another of Moreno’s legendary albums, Las mujeres y cuerdas. As well as being joined by instrumental colleagues from Orphénica Lyra and La Romanesca, Moreno’s dexterous playing is also called upon in the service of accompanying a group of early music Spanish singers in their time: Nuria Rial, Marta Almajano, Raquel Andueza and Carlos Mena among them.


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