Hugo Vasco Reis | Poema Anacrónico

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Poema Anacrónico

by Hugo Vasco Reis

Contemporary and Baroque music for solistic portuguese guitar
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Toccata (Toccata)
1:59 album only
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2. Fantasia (Fantasy)
6:08 album only
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3. Sonatina (Sonatina)
8:28 album only
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4. Prelúdio (Prelude)
3:22 album only
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5. Romance (Romance)
3:07 album only
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6. Invenção (Invention)
2:10 album only
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7. Fantasia (Fantasy)
4:22 album only
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8. Sonata K.14 Em Dó Menor (Sonata K.14 in C Minor)
4:22 album only
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9. Sonata K.80 Em Si Menor (Sonata K.80 in B Minor)
2:11 album only
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10. Sonata K.37 Em Mi Menor (Sonata K.37 in E Minor)
4:30 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album has as formal concern and aesthetic direction to seek to explore the thematic material for portuguese guitar as a solo instrument. Three main sections are presented: portuguese guitar and piano (Maestro António Victorino d'Almeida), portuguese guitar solo (Hugo Vasco Reis) and transcriptions of baroque music (Carlos Seixas) adapted to the portuguese guitar and viola da gamba. Please accept the invitation to hear.

Este álbum tem como preocupação formal e direcionamento estético procurar explorar o material temático para guitarra portuguesa como instrumento solista. São apresentadas três secções principais: guitarra portuguesa e piano (Maestro António Victorino d'Almeida), guitarra portuguesa a solo (Hugo Vasco Reis) e transcrição de música barroca (Carlos Seixas) adaptadas para guitarra portuguesa e viola da gamba. Aceite o convite à audição.

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