Robert Lunn | The Red Guitar Suite

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The Red Guitar Suite

by Robert Lunn

Pure, unadulterated classical guitar.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Perpetual Vibrations
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2. Lucidity
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3. Dance of the Dragonfly
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4. Melancholy
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5. Folk Dance
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6. Fantasia
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7. Ray of Light
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8. Quicksilver
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9. La Primavera
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10. The Headless Horseman
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11. Drawing Near
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12. Ebb and Flow
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13. Clouds
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14. La Guitarra
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15. The Red Guitar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Red Guitar Suite is pure, unadulterated classical guitar! Includes 11 solo works, two duets (Quicksilver and Drawing Near), a work for classical guitar and live computer processing (Ebb and Flow), and the finale, The Red Guitar, a work for a bunch of overdubbed guitars including one played backwards.

During the winter of 2000 I received an unexpected gift: a 1972 Ramirez 1a Concert Classical Guitar. In the 1970s my uncle, a guitar enthusiast, decided that he would learn how to play; a friend of his was going to Spain and my uncle gave him money to buy a guitar. Years went by and my uncle no longer had the time to play like he once did, so the guitar stayed in a closet for almost two decades until I received it in 2000. Needless to say, I was very excited (still excited) to have this guitar. This suite of pieces was inspired by this guitar. I began the suite in January 2012 and completed the last piece in January of 2013.


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