14 Histoires de guitares David Jacques

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2020

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
24.01.2020

Label: ATMA Classique

Genre: Guitar

Subgenre: Classical Guitar

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Ernest Shand (1868 - 1924):
  • 1Varsovie mazurka, Op. 20402:50
  • 2Méditation, Op. 69 No. 202:23
  • Angelina Panormo Huerta (1811 - 1900):
  • 3Andante et allegretto02:18
  • Catharina Pratten (1824 - 1895):
  • 4Forgotten02:21
  • 5Sadness, A Lost Love, A Lament: No. 3 in D Major02:21
  • Julián Arcas (1832 - 1882):
  • 6Bolero in A Minor01:48
  • Santiago de Masarnau (1805 - 1882): 3 Airs caractéristiques, Op. 17:
  • 73 Airs caractéristiques, Op. 17: No. 1, (Arr. for Guitar)01:41
  • Julián Arcas:
  • 8Colección de tangos: No. 1, Aire de tango02:02
  • David del Castillo (18? - 1928):
  • 9Bolero in E Minor02:10
  • Victor Magnien (1804 - 1885):
  • 106 Andantes, Op. 17: No. 1 in E Major03:59
  • Fernando Sor (1778 - 1839): 12 Études, Op. 6:
  • 1112 Études, Op. 6: No. 11, Allegro moderato03:27
  • Jacques Bosch (1825 - 1895):
  • 12Plainte moresque, Op. 8502:18
  • José Viñas (1823 - 1888):
  • 13Andante sentimental, Op. 4003:52
  • Francisco Tárrega (1852 - 1909):
  • 14Pavana in E Major02:05
  • Anonymous:
  • 15Princess An’s Lute Book (Excerpts): Scotch Tune No. 101:58
  • 16Princess An’s Lute Book (Excerpts): Scotch Tune No. 201:10
  • François LeCocq (1679 - 1729):
  • 17Rondeau in B Major01:16
  • Anonymous:
  • 18Canaries in G-Flat Major01:32
  • 19Princess An’s Lute Book (Excerpts): Scotch Tune No. 301:08
  • Gaspar Sanz (1640 - 1710):
  • 20Instrucción de música: Canarios in G-Flat Major02:23
  • Santiago de Murcia (1673 - 1739):
  • 21Grave in D-Flat Major02:15
  • Mathías José Maestro (1766 - 1835): Quaderno de música para guitarra:
  • 22Quaderno de música para guitarra: No. 2, Andante - Sonata03:00
  • Juan Antonio de Vargas y Guzmán (1750 - 1773): Explicación para tocar la guitarra:
  • 23Explicación para tocar la guitarra: No. 13, Marcha de Nápoles01:56
  • Mauro Giuliani (1781 - 1829):
  • 2414 National Dances & 3 Marches, Op. 24b (Excerpts): No. 5, Allegro - No. 11, La monferrina - No. 12, La monaco02:01
  • 2514 National Dances & 3 Marches, Op. 24b (Excerpts): No. 14, La tarantella01:42
  • Anonymous:
  • 26Ausseer tabulatur (Excerpts): No. 12, Aria01:27
  • 27Ausseer tabulatur (Excerpts): No. 8, Bourrée01:01
  • 28Ausseer tabulatur (Excerpts): No. 54, Gigue01:50
  • 29Coming Through the Rye (Arr. for Guitar)02:20
  • Mauro Giuliani: 6 Airs irlandois nationales variés, Op. 125:
  • 306 Airs irlandois nationales variés, Op. 125: No. 5, My Lodging Is On the Cold Ground02:34
  • Aleksandr Nemerovsky (1859 - 1915):
  • 31Alla mazurka01:56
  • 32Serenade in A Minor02:40
  • Antonio Lauro (1917 - 1986): Suite venezolana:
  • 33Suite venezolana: I. Registro02:06
  • Leo Brouwer (b. 1939):
  • 342 Temas populares cubanos: No. 1, Berceuse03:44
  • Total Runtime01:15:34

Info zu 14 Histoires de guitares

Classical guitarist David Jacques has assembled a private collection of rare guitars made by the finest luthiers of the past 400 years. With his new album 14 Guitar Stories, Jacques becomes the first guitarist to play all 14 instruments on the same recording. Each guitar is featured in repertoire that is appropriate to the instrument's era, and each has a story to tell. The guitars featured on the recording span more than three centuries and include early baroque instruments made by Alexandre Voboam around 1665, and by Pracht in 1776; a chitarra battente by Marcus Obbo from 1806; a theorbo-guitar by Villaume et Giron from 1798; a Mast lyre-guitar from 1810; an 1820 string guitar by Joaquin Pagés as well as guitars by prestigious makers René Lacôte (1835), Aubry-Maire (c.1830), Guiot (1846), Vicente Arias (1886), Anton Stauffer (c.1840), and Louis Panormo (1832); a rare guitar made by Antonio de Torres in 1887, and finally, a guitar made by Daniel Friederich in 1972.

David Jacques, classical guitar




David Jacques
Born in Saint-Georges de Beauce (Québec), David Jacques holds a Doctor’s degree in early music performance from the Université de Montréal. He began his classical guitar studies at the Cégep de Sainte-Foy, and continued at the Université Laval and the Conservatoire de musique de Québec. He has recorded more than 50 CDs on the XXI-21, ATMA, d’Oz and Analekta labels. His Pièces de guitarre de Mr Rémy Médard (Productions XX-21), Tango Boreal and Pampa Blues won the Conseil Québécois de la Musique’s 2008, 2012 and 2014 Prix Opus Disc of the Year award,. David has also published several arrangements for guitar for Les Productions d'OZ. Active in Canada as well as abroad, he has given more than 3500 concerts in 35 countries on five continents. David Jacques is currently professor of classical Guitar at the Université Laval and Cégep de Sainte-Foy. From 2008 to 2011, he has been the artistic director of the Quebec Sacred Music Festival, in Quebec City. He also completed a bachelor in Business Management (B.A.A.), a bachelor in music teaching (B.A.) and is now finishing another bachelor in law at Laval University (LL.B.).



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