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Sunday 10th November 2013


is a unique collection of playable instruments which on special occasions is open for the guitar enthusiast. Find out all about the guitar museum, see who has attended past open days and check out the latest recordings from Granary-Guitars.

 

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           THE SOUND OF SPAIN

 

   19 PIECES RECORDED ON 19 GUITARS FROM THE GRANARY COLLECTION, PLAYED BY DAVID MERRIN AND RECORDED BY JOHN TAYLOR.

 

1. Sor: Minuet in A major - Antonio de Lorca
2. Sor: Study in E minor - Louis Panormo
3. Tarrega: Gran Vals - Agustin Altimira
4. Tarrega: Capricho Arabe - Vicente Arias
5. Llobet: Canco del Lladre - Manuel Ramirez
6. Albeniz: Granada - Enrique Garcia
7. Granados: Spanish Dance No. 10 - Francisco Simplicio
8. Torroba: Nocturno - Hermann Hauser I
9. Turina: Garrotin - Santos Hernandez
10. Turina: Soleares - Arcangel Fernandez
11. Albeniz: Cadiz - Domingo Esteso
12. Granados: Spanish Dance No. 5 - Robert Bouchet
13. Albeniz: Capricho Catalan - Ignacio Fleta
14. Granados: La Maja de Goya - Miguel Rodriguez
15. Granados: Spanish Dance No. 4 - Hernandez y Aguado
16. Torroba: Sonatina 1st movement - Manuel Contreras
17. Albeniz: Asturias - Daniel Friederich
18. Mompou: Cancion - Jose Ramirez III

19. Albeniz: Cordoba Jose Romanillos & Son 79:40

A selection of Spanish pieces played on 19 original instruments from the Granary-Guitar collection and demonstrating the unique and beautiful sound of the traditional Spanish guitar. Played by David Merrin and recorded by John Taylor the CD includes a 32 pp booklet with details and measurements of the guitars, an explanation of the recording process by John Taylor and an introduction by Sr Jose Romanillos.

  AVAILABLE FROM WWW.AMAZON.CO.UK  

 inc a 32PP BOOKLET WITH DETAILS OF THE GUITARS, THE RECORDING PROCESS WRITTEN BY JOHN TAYLOR AND AN INTRODUCTION BY SR JOSE ROMANILLOS.

 'The CD is a delight on many counts and deserves to be heard by a wider circulation than the fraternity of guitar historians can give it'

  Colin Cooper, Editor - Classical Guitar Magazine, April 2011

 

 

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