Andrés Segovia - The Golden Years of Andrés Segovia: Recordings 1952-1954 flac mp3
Aria detta La Frescobalda & Corrente. Suite for guitar No. 9 in D minor (Livre de Pièces pour la Guittarre, 1686). 10. Prelude for lute in C minor, BWV 999 (BC L171). Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004.
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Andrés Segovia Torres, 1st Marquis of Salobreña (21 February 1893 – 2 June 1987), known as Andrés Segovia, was a virtuoso Spanish classical guitarist from Linares, Spain. Many professional classical guitarists today were students of Segovia, or students of his students. Segovia's contribution to the modern-romantic repertoire not only included commissions but also his own transcriptions of classical or baroque works
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Andrés Segovia 1950' S American Recordings Volume 4 (2008) by Andrés Segovia. This album has an average beat per minute of 96 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 54/169 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Andrés Segovia 1950' s American Recordings Volume 4. 1. Pavan III. 1'33.
Andrés Segovia (February 21, 1893 – June 2, 1987) was a virtuoso Spanish classical guitarist from Linares, Spain. He has been regarded as one of the greatest guitarists of all time. Many professional classical guitarists today are students of Segovia, or students of his students. In 1921 in Paris, Andrés Segovia met Alexandre Tansman, who later wrote a number of guitar works for Segovia, among them Cavatina, which won a prize at the Siena International Composition contest in 1952. In Granada in 1922, Segovia became associated with the Concurso de Cante Jondo promoted by the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla. Segovia encouraged Hauser to build instruments based on his 1912 Manuel Ramirez guitar (built by Santos Hernandez) after he examined and made measurements of this instrument.
Track List - Disc 1
|1||La Romanesca en tres maneras, for viheula||Andrés Segovia||2:03|
|Il secondo libro de toccate, canzone...di cimbalo et organo|
|2||Aria detta La Frescobalda & Corrente||Andrés Segovia||6:40|
|Suite for guitar No. 9 in D minor (Livre de Pièces pour la Guittarre, 1686)|
|9||[Unspecified] Menuet||Andrés Segovia||3:38|
|10||Prelude for lute in C minor, BWV 999 (BC L171)||Andrés Segovia||1:17|
|Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004|
|Partita for lute in E major, BWV 1006a (BC L171)|
|Suite for solo cello No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009|
|14||Minuet for guitar in C||Andrés Segovia||3:13|
|15||[Unspecified] Andantino||Andrés Segovia||3:12|
|16||Minuet for guitar in D||Andrés Segovia||2:08|
|17||Introduction, Theme & Variations on a theme from Mozart's "The Magic Flute," for guitar, Op. 9||Andrés Segovia||7:07|
|Sonata for guitar in C major, Op. 15|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Prelude for piano No. 7 in A major, Op. 28/7, CT. 172||Andrés Segovia||1:00|
|String Quartet No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 12|
|L' organiste Vol.1, for organ (or harmonium), M. 41|
|3||Quasi lento||Andrés Segovia||1:08|
|4||Andantino poco Allegretto||Andrés Segovia||3:04|
|5||Melody, lyric piece for piano, Op. 47/3||Andrés Segovia||3:31|
|Suite española No. 1, for piano, Op. 47, B. 7|
|7||Guitarreo, for guitar||Andrés Segovia||1:27|
|8||Serenata burlesca||Andrés Segovia||2:55|
|9||Homenaje pour "Le tombeau de Claude Debussy," for guitar, G. 56||Andrés Segovia||2:39|
|10||Thème, Varié et Finale for guitar||Andrés Segovia||7:57|
|11||Zarabanda lejana, for guitar ("Homenaje a Luis de Milán")||Andrés Segovia||5:04|
|12||Capriccio diabolico, for guitar ("Omaggio a Paganini"), Op. 85||Andrés Segovia||9:14|
|13||Prelúdio, for guitar No. 3 in A minor, A. 419/3||Andrés Segovia||5:14|
|14||Prelúdio, for guitar No. 1 in E minor, A. 419/1||Andrés Segovia||4:28|
CreditsDanilo Prefumo - Digital Remastering
Andrés Segovia - Guitar, Primary Artist
Alessandro Trovato - Liner Notes