Carlos Perez | Musica de Ferdinando Carulli

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Musica de Ferdinando Carulli

by Carlos Perez

Acclaimed classical guitarist Carlos Pérez, performs music by Ferdinando Carulli (Italy,1770-1841). Guest Artist: Nora Miranda, soprano
Genre: Classical: Classical era
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1. Polonaise Op.141 Carlos Perez
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2. Solo Op.20 Carlos Perez
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3. Ariette:frena La Belle Lagrime Nora Miranda-Carlos Perez
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3:05 album only
4. Ariette:amo Te Sola Nora Miranda-Carlos Perez
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2:39 album only
5. Romance:solitario Bosc'ombroso Nora Miranda-Carlos Perez
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3:42 album only
6. Sonate N.1 Op.21-moderato Carlos Perez
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7. Sonate N.1 Op.21-largo Carlos Perez
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8. Sonate N.1 Op.21-rondeau Carlos Perez
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9. Andante N.1 Op.320 Carlos Perez
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10. Andante N.3 Op.320 Carlos Perez
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11. Romance:ecco Quel Fiero Istante Nora Miranda-Carlos Perez
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12. Ariette:che Fa Il Mio Bene Nora Miranda-Carlos Perez
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13. Ariette:ombre Amene Nora Miranda-Carlos Perez
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14. Solo Avec Variations Sur L'air De La Molinara Op.107 Carlos Perez
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Album Notes
Ferdinando Carulli (1770-1841), was the true promoter of the Parisian \"Guitaromania\", his prestige remained unfortunatly and inexplicably tied for a long time to didactic production and to the well known \"methods\", op. 27 and 241. Nevertheless, thanks to a careful interest in recent years and the subsequent discovery of many unknown works, new light is shining on the composer. This CD presents a significant selection of solo pieces that covers nearly all of Carulli\'s Parisian creative span. In addition, we find the special occasion to be able to listen some singular pieces for voice and guitar dedicated to the celebrated Madame Grassini (Napoleonic \"imperial singer\").

“For the most part, this disc of music by Carulli contains solo pieces, played with tremendous verve and panache by Chilean guitarist Carlos Pérez. His playing has a spontaneous, uninhibited feel that grab the attention…Pérez has a complete command of the instrument, and the dramatic sense necessary to make this type of music achieve its effect.”
Classical Guitar Magazine, august 2008, U.K.

“Carlos Pérez has a round and beautiful sound. Most importantly, he possesses technical agility to spare, which allows him to work with suppleness and nuance, and he moves through the music of Carulli with taste, ease and authority.\"
Suonare, agosto 2008, Italy

“Carlos Pérez affronta con trasporto ed entusiasmo queste partitura, uniendo il più brillante virtuosismo a un elevato pàthos, caratteristiche absolutamente imprescindibili per affrontare i capolavori di Carulli…Onore al merito quindi di Pérez e della bravissima soprano Nora Miranda: sempre elegante e raffinata, la cui voce dal timbro chiaro e affascinante al tempo stesso è finalmente priva di quei fastidiosi vibrati che purtroppo infestano questa particolare vocalità. Questo CD è insomma una lezione di intelligenza e valorizzazione del repertorio di un grande autore che evidentemente debe varcare l’oceano per essere plenamente apprezzato. Chapeau!”
Il Fronimo, luglio 2008, Italia


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