Vivaldi, Rodrigo, Castelnuovo-Tedesco: 4 Guitar Concertos - Vladislav Domogatsky & Maksim Fedorov
Vivaldi, Rodrigo, Castelnuovo-Tedesco: 4 Guitar Concertos - Vladislav Domogatsky & Maksim Fedorov

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Vivaldi, Rodrigo, Castelnuovo-Tedesco: 4 Guitar Concertos

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Track List

  1. Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Lute and Strings in D Major, P.209, F XII, 15: I. Allegro (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  2. Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for Lute and Strings in D Major, P.209, F XII, 15: II. Largo (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  3. Antonio Vivaldi:Concerto for Lute and Strings in D Major, P.209, F XII, 15: III. Allegro (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  4. Joaquín Rodrigo: Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre for Guitar and Small Orchestra: II. Españoleta y fanfarria de la caballería de Nápoles (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  5. Joaquín Rodrigo: Fantasia Para un Gentilhombre for Guitar and Small Orchestra: III. Danza de las Hachas (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  6. Joaquín Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra:II. Adagio (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  7. Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar Concerto No.1 in D Major, Op 99: II. Andantino, alla romanza (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  8. Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar Concerto No.1 in D Major, Op 99: III. Ritmico e cavalleresco (Arranged for Guitar and Bayan)
  9. Polina Nazaykinskaya: Christmas Whirl Bonus Track

Overview

The album of the guitar player Vladislav Domogatsky and bayan player Maxim Feodorov “4 Guitar Concertos” presents classical guitar music. For the first time these widely known pieces were reborn as pieces for guitar and bayan.

Mature creativity and bright talent of V. Domogatsky and M. Feodorov led to the creation of a truly unique modern project, renewing ideas about classical musical art. Despite stylistic variety of the programme which contains music of four centuries, the listener’s memory will capture extraordinary inner wholeness of the album: languishing vocal cantilene of “Espagnoletta” and psychological drama of Joaquín Rodriges’ “Adagio”; fiery dancing virtuosity of Mario Castoenuovo-Tedesco’s “Concerto #1” aesthetically matches the atmosphere of playful baroque improvisation in Antonio Vivaldi’s lute concerto and fancy Christmassy music of Polina Nazajkinskaya.

Feodorov’s arrangements marked with great taste, sense of style and careful attention to expressive capabilities of both instruments create a new genre of bayan chamber ensemble, enriching the general repertoire.

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Composers

Adam Adam Repa Albinoni Alexander Scriabin Alexander Siloti Alex Moiseev Andrew Lloyd Webber Antonio Vivaldi Astor Piazzolla Bach Bach-Busoni Balakirev Bartók Beethoven Bellini Berio Boccherini Borne Brahms Brian Field Bryukhno Busoni Caldara Camille Saint-Saëns Carl Orff Castelnuovo-Tedesco Chopin Christoph Willibald Gluck Claude Debussy Czerny Dave Brubeck Debussy Denis Shapovalov Edvard Grieg Erik Satie Fauré Ferruccio Busoni Franck Franz Liszt Franz Schubert Franz Schubert|Franz Liszt Fritz Kreisler Frédéric Chopin Frédéric Chopin|Franz Liszt Gabriel Fauré George Gershwin Glazunov Glinka Gluck Gounod Grieg Gustav Mahler Handel Hasselmans Haydn Hughes Husayn Ruhe aka the Puge Jacob Gade James M. David Jenkins Johannes Brahms Johann Sebastian Bach Johann Sebastian Bach|Alexander Siloti Johann Sebastian Bach|Charles Gounod Johann Sebastian Bach|Sergey Bryukhno Jules Massenet Konstantin Soukhovetski Kreisler Kurtág Landini Leonardo Le San Ligeti Liszt Louis Spohr Lovreglio Ludwig van Beethoven Lyadov Mahler Manuel de Falla Massenet Matitia Matthew Hackett Maurice Ravel Mendelssohn Mieczysław Weinberg Mikhail Glinka Modest Mussorgsky Mozart Mussorgsky Mykola Leontovych Naborshchikov Nazaykinskaya Orff Pablo de Sarasate Philip Glass Piazzolla Polina Nazaykinskaya Prokofiev Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Rachmaninoff Rachmaninov Rameau Ravel Rimsky-Korsakov Robert Schumann Rodrigo Rossini Rozenblatt Saint-Saëns Satie Schubert Schumann Scriabin Sergei Rachmaninoff Sergey Bryukhno Sergey Taneyev Shostakovich Sibelius Spohr Strauss Sánchez Tamas Szigyarto Taneyev Tchaikovsky Vivaldi Vyazov Webber Weber Weinberg Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart