Michael Chapdelaine | Mexico, Music of Manuel Ponce

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Mexico, Music of Manuel Ponce

by Michael Chapdelaine

Mexico's most beloved classical composer, Manuel Ponce wrote many of the Guitar's most beautiful pieces. Chapdelaine established himself as one of his finest interpreters with this CD.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Theme varie et Finale
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2. Allegro Moderato (Sonata Romantica)
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3. Andante esprssivo (Sonata Romantica)
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4. Allegretto vivo (Sonata Romantica)
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5. Allegro non troppo e serioso (Sonata Romantica)
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6. Allegro moderato (Sonata 3)
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7. Chanson (Sonata 3)
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8. Allegro non troppo (Sonata 3)
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9. Campo (Sonatina Meridional)
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10. Copla (Sonatina Meridional)
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11. Fiesta (Sonatina Meridional)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Unexpected pleasures are often the best. Although Chapdelaine was previously unknown to me, I have seldom heard a more superb album. Other young guitarists have excellent technique, but few have such style and musicality, and Chapdelaine's tone is the nearest to Segovia's that I can recall. It's rash, of course, to go overboard on the basis of a single album, but if I were marooned on a desert island with a limited selection of recordings, this one would be among my choices."

--Paul Magnussen, Acoustic Guitar Magazine--


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