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1.Branle by Francesco Anerio
2.Branle by Adrian Le Roy
3.Fortuna by Joachim Van Den Hove
4.Gagliarde by Anonim 1500
5.Richerkar 1 by J.M de La Crema
6.Richerkar 2 by J.M de La Crema
7.Richerkar 3 by J.M de La Crema
8.Richerkar 4 by J.M de La Crema
9.First Dance by Robert Johnson
10.Alemanda 9 by Robert Johnson
11.Alemanda 10 by Robert Johnson
12.Alemanda 11 by Robert Johnson
13.Prelude by Anonim
14.Alemanda by Anonim
15.Alemanda by Anonim #Phalese#
16.Alemanda by Adrian Denss
17.Alemanda by Adrian Denss
18.Alemanda by Joachim Van Den Hove
19.Alemanda by by Adrian Le Roy
20.Altarello by Mario Fabrizio Caroso
21.Branle by Joachim Van Den Hove
22.Prelude by Anonim
23. Chorus by Anonim
24. Chorus Nahtanz by Anonim
25. Courante 1 by Anonim
26. Courante 2 by Anonim
27. Courante by John Dowland
28. Courante 1 by Anonim 1510
29. Courante 2 by Anonim 1510
30. Courante by George Leopold Furmann
31. Prelude 1 by Elias Mertel
32. Prelude 2 by Elias Mertel
33. Prelude 3 by Elias Mertel
34. Prelude 4 by Elias Mertel
35. Prelude 5 by Elias Mertel
36. Prelude 6 by Elias Mertel
37. Prelude by Anonim
38. Gagliarde by Anonim
39. Gagliarde by Anonim Avidius
40. Gagliarde 1 by Giovanni Francesco Anerio
41. Gagliarde 2 by Giovanni Francesco Anerio
42. Ballet by Mario Fabrizio Caroso
43. Pavane by Giovanni Paolo Paladin
44. Bassa Pompilia by by Mario Fabrizio Caroso
45. Saltarello by Mario Fabrizio Caroso
46. Toccata by Joachim Van Den Hove
47. Wie mocht ich frohlich werden by Melchior Neusidler
48. Wie mocht ich frohlich werden (Hupfauf)
Recorded in St. Petersburg Russia. In 1994.
Andrei Krylov recorded this album on Renaissance Lute and Classical Guitar in St.Petersburg, Russia in 1990-1997. He performed those pieces in many recitals in different countries of the world.
The music of the album includes Lute music by:
Robert Johnson - English composer and lutenist. One of the most talented English composers for the lute, especially when writing in a highly ornamented style.
Juan Maria de La Crema - lutenist and composer from Spain
George Leopold Furmann - lutenist and composer from Germany
Giovanni Francesco Anerio - Italian composer, brother of Felice Anerio. He was a choirboy under Palestrina at St Peter's, Rome, and from 1600 held many choirmaster posts in that city at St John Lateran, S. Spirito in Sassia, the Collegio Romano, and S. Maria dei Monti. He also worked for a time at Verona cathedral and his last years were spent directing music at the Polish court; he died on his way back from there to Rome. He published a volume of Masses, several volumes of motets and a collection of psalms, antiphons and litanies; his Teatro armonico (1619) was an important contribution to the development of oratorio, being a collection of laude in dialogue for soloists, choir and instruments.
John Dowland - great lutenist and composer from England,
Elias Mertel - lutenist and composer from Germany.
Adrian Le Roy - lutenist and composer from France.
Joachim Van Den Hove - a Flemish/Dutch composer and a lutenist. He composed works for lute solo and for lute and voice.
Mario Fabritio Caroso - Italian lutenist and poet.
Melchior Neusidler - lutenist and composer from Germany.
Andrei Krylov studied guitar in Music School and University in St.Petersburg, Russia. In 1980's-90's he worked as a classical guitar teacher and performer for the State Concert Company #Lenconcert#. He wrote music for the guitar and other instruments and he has recorded and published several albums of original guitar music, songs, new age, classical and flamenco guitar music, lute music, one of which has sold over 60,000 copies in Russia.
He has played with the St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra (conductor, Eduard Gustin) and the "Old Petersburg " music theatre.
He has given recitals in Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, USA, and Canada. Andrei has recorded and performed for Russian Broadcast Radio and TV and a copy of his performance was published by TV St.Petersburg. In Canada, he has performed at various festivals, including Latin Extravaganza, Kitchener's Salsa In The Square, Toronto's Weston Festival, Hamilton's Concession Street and several multicultural festivals, played concerts in Niagara, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec city and other places.
Some of his performances in Canada were televised; by ONTv, by Roger's Cable and the others by COGECO and CHIN TV. Also his music played on CKTB, CHIN 97,9, Radio Katyusha, Baltika FM, Theos, Peterburg TV5 and other channels.
Andrei has been compared favourably to many great guitar players, but has a style uniquely of his own.
He is looking forward for any opportunity to present his music to audiences in Canada and worldwide
Андрей Крылов. Гитарист, Композитор. Русская классическая гитара.
Жил и работал в Петербурге (Ленинграде)преподавал гитару в ДК Ленсовета и в "джазовой" музшколе на ул. Гривцова, был артистом Ленконцерта и Театра романса "Старый Петербург" записал и издал 40 альбомов музыки для гитары, многие из которых можно купить на iTunes и CDbaby, с 1998 года живет в Канаде.
Выступает в концертных залах и клубах Канады и США.