Masayuki Takagi | Serenata Española - Masayuki Takagi Spanish Guitar Recital

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Serenata Española - Masayuki Takagi Spanish Guitar Recital

by Masayuki Takagi

A musical journey through Spain, music for Spanish guitar.
Genre: Classical: Impressionism
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1. Serenata Española
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2. Cantos de España, Op. 232: IV. Córdoba
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3. Tres Piezas Españolas : I. Fandango
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4. Suite Valenciana para Guitarra: I. Preludi
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5. Suite Valenciana (para Guitarra) : II. Cançoneta
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6. Suite Valenciana (para Guitarra) : III. Dansa
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7. Evocaciones (Suite para Guitarra) : IV. Liberamente ("Hoy Es Siempre Todavía" - Antonio Machado)
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8. Tonadillas : I. "la Maja de Goya"
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9. Tres Piezas Españolas : III. "Zapateado"
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10. Suite Española Op. 47 : III. "Sevilla"
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11. El Jardín de Lindaraja (Fantasía para Guitarra)
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12. Recuerdos de la Alhambra
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Album Notes
The Japanese guitarist Masayuki Takagi offers us, as the CD title suggests, a serenade of music for the Spanish guitar. We can appreciate not only the charm that lies in the strings and the cistern of wood, as a Spanish poet once named the Spanish guitar, but also the solid and refined musical technique of a great interpreter and connoisseur of the Spanish guitar and its music.
His interest in promoting the Spanish guitar and the Spanish ‘Guitarreros’ (guitar-craftsman) is also reflected in the music of the CD which has been recorded with three guitars made by Spanish ‘Guitarreros’. It is a gesture that I am personally grateful for.
José Luis Romanillos, April 2012


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