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Danza

by Scott Morris

Wanna hear a GREAT guitarist? Eroica artist Scott Morris has been awarded scholarships and prizes by the American String Teachers Association, CSU Summer Arts, The Glendale Symphony Orchestra Association, The Aspen Music Festival and more
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Villa Lobos: Suite - Mazurka
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2. Schottish
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3. Valsa
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4. Gavotta
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5. Chorinho
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6. Nicolo Paganini Grand Sonata Allegro Rissoluto
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7. Romance
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8. Andantino Variato
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9. Jorge Morel Danza in E minor
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10. Peruvian Folk Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The title of this Eroica CD,Danza (Dance)is a perfect one word descrtiption of what you will hear when you play the following electrifying selections by one of the greatest young guitarists of our time

Hector Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
Suite Populaire Brésilienne
1. Mazurka - Chôro
2. Schottish - Chôro
3. Valsa - Chôro
4. Gavotta - Chôro
5. Chôrinho

Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840)
Grand Sonata in A major (M.S. 3)*
6. Allegro Rissoluto
7. Romance
8. Andantino Variato

Jorge Morel (b. 1931)*
9. Danza in E minor
10. Peruvian Folk Song (Traditional)

* Please note: Tracks 6-8 performed on a replica of a Johann Stauffer guitar (ca. 1820) built by Jack Sanders

Scott Morris began playing the guitar at the age of nine, studying with Brian Hostetler in Indianapolis, Indiana. At the age of seventeen he moved to Los Angeles to continue his studies; he received his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Southern California. In 1994 he moved to New England, where he completed his Master of Music degree and graduated with honors from Yale University. Mr. Morris has also studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, with Pepe Romero at the Internationalen Sommerakademie. Scott spent three consecutive summers studying at the Aspen Music Festival. In masterclasses, he has played for Eliot Fisk, David Russell, Norbert Kraft, David Leisner, David Tanenbaum, and Anthony Newman, among others. His main teachers have been Eilliam Kanengeiser, Scott Tennant, John Dearman, Sharon Isbin, and Benjamin Verdery.
Scott has been awarded scholarships and prizes by the American String Teachers Association, CSU Summer Arts, The Glendale Symphony Orchestra Association, The Aspen Music Festival, Artists International and the Yale School of Music.

He has performed throughout North America as well as in Europe. In April of 1998, he gave his New York debut at Carnegie Hall.

Mr. Morris has also made several radio appearances including Music of the Americas on KPFK in Los Angeles and John Schneider's Soundboard.

Scott Morris is a member of the music faculty at Fullerton College (Orange County, California), Cerritos College (Los Angeles), and The Cazadeo Performing Arts Summer Festival (Northern California). He is also a proud member of the J. D'Addario & Co., Inc., performance artist family.


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Robert Silverman

On Danza Scott Morris furthers his stellar reptutation...a modern day classical
”Recorded in May 2005, Danza features classical guitarist Scott Morris in the studio with noted rock producer Niko Bolas. Morris was masterful on his last solo outing Invocation, and on the ten track 54 minute Danza Morris furthers his stellar reputation performing a challenging five part classical suite by Heitor Villa-Lobos, the three part Grand Sonata In A Major by Niccolò Paganini and a pair classical guitar arrangements by Jorge Morel including El Condor Pasa. Currently the director of guitar studies at California State University in Dominguez Hills, Morris waxes on the significance of these timeless guitar treasures in the lengthy Danza liner notes. Featuring a top performance by Morris on his Thomas Humphrey Millennium and Jack Sanders (19th c. guitar), Danza is a worthy addition to his repertoire. Unobtrusive production by Bolas and Erich Gobel allows Morris to clearly focus on his expressive guitar methodology. On Danza Scott Morris furthers his stellar reptutation...a modern day classical guitar masterpiece" - 20th Century Guitar Magazine