Steven Seidenman | Prelude Impromptu - Guitar Gems from Bach to Berkeley

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Prelude Impromptu - Guitar Gems from Bach to Berkeley

by Steven Seidenman

This CD highlights essential music from the solo classical guitar repertoire spanning from the Renaissance through the 20th century, including three original Bach transcriptions and a live concert recording.
Genre: Classical: Classical era
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1. Evocacion
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2. Caprice
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3. Pavana No 1
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4. Pavana No 3
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5. La Gatica (Venezuelan Waltz)
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6. Study No 20
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7. Minuet In C Minor
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8. Minuet In C Major
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9. An Die Enfernte (To My Distant One)
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10. An Malvina (To Malvina)
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11. 'Vaghe Bellezze Et Bionde Treccie D'Oro
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12. Danza (Renaissance Lute Piece)
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13. S'Io M'Accorgo (Renaissance Lute Piece)
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14. Prelude No 1, The Well-Tempered Clavier
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15. Prelude No 2, The Well-Tempered Clavier
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16. Prelude
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17. Variations On A Scottish Theme
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18. Bye Bye Blackbird
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19. Impromptu
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20. 'El Abejorro' (The Bumblebee)
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21. 'El Colibri' (The Hummingbird)
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22. Etude No 9
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23. Prelude No 3, The Well-Tempered Clavier
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24. Alba
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25. Study No II
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26. Prelude No 1
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Steven Seidenman's performance credits include Strathmore Hall Music Center, The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, the Montpelier Recital Competition Series, where he performed as a competition winner, and the Zihuatanejo International Guitar Festival in Mexico. He has also performed for the Montgomery County Arts Council, the Montgomery County Recreation Department, The Washington Guitar Society, the Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Church of the Epiphany, and the George Washington University, among others. He has performed twice for Montgomery County Cable TV. He has made numerous guitar transcriptions of Bach, Vivaldi, Chopin, Mendelssohn, and other classical composers. He served as Vice-President of the Washington Guitar Society, and was a founding editor for its newsletter. He studied with concert guitarists Jan Filip, Larry Snitzler, and Myrna Sislen, and has performed in master classes with guitarists Frederick Hand, Michael Cedric-Smith, and Roland Dyens. He was among the musicians selected to perform in a series of master classes in music interpretation given by the late Uruguayan composer, Guido Santorsola. Additionally, he attended Andres Segovia's historic last master class and commemorative held at the University of Southern California in 1986. Seidenman received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland, and studied harmony with composer Robert Parris at the George Washington University.


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