Michael Patilla | Septiembre

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Septiembre

by Michael Patilla

Some of the most beautiful selections of South American Music for classical guitar performed by virtuoso Michael Patilla.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Vals, Op. 8, No. 3 - Agustin Barrios
3:41 album only
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2. Vals Brilliante, Op. 8, No. 4 - Agustin Barrios
4:26 album only
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3. Etude no. 8, in C# minor - Heitor Villa-Lobos
3:18 album only
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4. Etude no. 11, in E minor - Heitor Villa-Lobos
4:26 album only
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5. Etude no. 12, in A minor - Heitor Villa-Lobos
2:39 album only
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6. Tatiana - Antonio Lauro
1:33 album only
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7. Andreina - Antonio Lauro
1:16 album only
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8. Natalia - Antonio Lauro
1:47 album only
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9. Yacambu - Antonio Lauro
3:13 album only
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10. Cantico - Vicente Emilio Sojo
1:45 album only
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11. Aguinaldo - Vicente Emilio Sojo
1:16 album only
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12. Cancion - Vicente Emilio Sojo
1:28 album only
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13. Aire Venezolano - Vicente Emilio Sojo
1:22 album only
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14. Galeron - Vicente Emilio Sojo
1:24 album only
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15. Don Julian - Maximo Diego Pujol
3:25 album only
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16. Septiembre - Maximo Diego Pujol
3:37 album only
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17. Rojo y negro - Maximo Diego Pujol
2:49 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Classical Guitarist Michael Patilla's performances have been hailed as "...introspective and immaculate" (Michael Huebner - The Birmingham News), and "...sensitive and refined, his sound beautiful and phrasing very expressive" (Alain-Michel Riou, composer - Paris, France). Prizewinner in various competitions in the United States and Europe, Michael Patilla is developing into a highly sought after concert artist. Past performances include the Volos Winter Guitar Festival in Greece, the Atelier Concert Series in Paris, the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series in Chicago, the City Stages Festival in Birmingham, the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, and the C.M. Russell Museum of Art in Great Falls, Montana. Concerto appearances include the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, the Eastman Chamber Orchestra, and the Red Mountain Chamber Orchestra.


A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, where he received instruction from Nicholas Goluses, Michael Patilla has also studied with Manuel Barrueco, Julian Gray, Bruce Holzman, Paul O'Dette, Christopher Parkening and Raphaella Smits. Michael currently serves on the music faculty of the Mississippi State University and directs the guitar program for the Masterworks Festival in Winona Lake, Indiana. His debut CD entitled Septiembre, featuring works by South American guitar composers, was released in January 2005.




Michael Patilla performs on an instrument built by Paul Jacobson (2002)
and is on the artist roster of Marylin Gilbert Artists Management (Toronto, Canada)

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Ryan Wallace

Awesome! Required CD for any Classical Guitar fan!
Michael Patilla's debut CD is not only high recommended, but I would say 'required' for any serious classical guitar buff.

The most amazing thing on the track is way it seems to balance a perfectly peaceful collage of music with some of the more aggressive and lightning-fast songs of the South American culture.

Patilla plays them all seamlessly, but the use of stresses on prime parts of various songs add the perfect combination of style and real feeling. I really look forward to hearing more of his work.
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