Johann Sebastian Bach has never written for guitar but has always been a living part of the guitar repertoire. Francisco Tárrega, a great and secluded master, guitarist and composer, is one of the cornerstones of modern guitar literature. This record offers them together in a particularly refined and suggestive program.
I 16 brani vocali e strumentali scelti dal gruppo ARIA DI FOLLIA per la registrazione di questo CD sono da annoverare tra le più note e amate composizioni del tardo Rinascimento e del Barocco basate sulle antiche forme musicali e sui temi di Follia e di Ciaccona.
Dallo spettacolo di danza Sylphidarium, uno dei grandi successi della Stagione 2016-17, l’elettrizzante “colonna sonora” firmata da Francesco Antonioni. Solo in versione digitale.
500 years after Martin Luther’s Reformation, two great soloists, both with extensive experience in the art of improvisation, inspired by some of the simple and evocative melodies attributed to Luther himself, as well as the lyrics of the hymns, propose their personal path towards to the essence of poetic and musical message of Luther.
From the late eighteenth century to the present, the clarinet has never ceased to stimulate the creativity of major and minor composers and even among less known solo repertoire you can find fascinating pieces often requiring great virtuosity. A selection of these pieces is propsed in this DVD by Paolo Beltramini, solo clarinet of Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana (Lugano, Switzerland) and internationally acclaimed as one of the most interesting virtuoso of wind instruments.