- Performer:Andrea Bissoli
- Title:Villa-Lobos: The Guitar Manuscripts, Vol. 2
- Style:Chamber Music
- Date of release:June 10, 2014
- Size FLAC version1450 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1827 megabytes
- Size WMA version1858 megabytes
- Formats:MMF MIDI MP2 AHX ASF TTA
By Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrea Bissoli, Fabio Mechetti. 1. Dime perché, W003 (Transcribed by A. Bissoli for Guitar). 2. Valsa Concerto No. 2, W009 (Completed by A. Bissoli).
The embodiment of this ideal was at that time Miguel Llobet, for whom he composed a waltz that would make history. In the 1920s, someone asked the great Segovia if he knew Villa-Lobos, without telling him that the composer was within earshot. The guitarist replied that Llobet had shown him some of his works, but that they were anti-guitar. In what way? asked the composer. Caught by surprise, Segovia tried to explain that one of his pieces, a Valsa, required the player to use the little finger of the right hand: We don’t use that finger in classical guitar
Villa-Lobos:Guitar Manuscripts Vol. 3 . Andrea Bissoli. Villa-Lobos: Guitar Manuscripts Vol. Heitor Villa-Lobos's mother dismissed the guitar as "an instrument played by scoundrels", but his earliest surviving work, Dime perché, comes from a time when he was composing almost exclusively on this instrument.
CD 1. Heitor Villa-Lobos Composer. Chôros N., . 19 Work. John Neschling Conductor, Orquestra Sinfónica do Estado de São Paulo - OSESP Orchestra. Villa-Lobos: The Guitar Manuscripts, Vo. Heitor Villa-Lobos: Os Choros de Câmara. Respighi: Sinfonia drammatica, . 02 and Belfagor Overture, . 40. Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège.
Composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Solo Soloist Andrea Bissoli. Venue Venue Chiesa di San Cristoforo, Vicenza, Italy. Venue Venue Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Carmini, Vicenza, Italy. Conductor: Fabio Mechetti Conductor. Heitor Villa-Lobos’s mother dismissed the guitar as an instrument played by scoundrels, but his earliest surviving work, Dime perché, comes from a time when he was composing almost exclusively on this instrument. By completing his unfinished Valsa Concerto No. 2, Andrea Bissoli brings to life the subject of a notorious anecdote between Segovia and Miguel Llobet, and the Sexteto místico echoes Brazilian street band sounds, anticipating Villa-Lobos’s new form of the mystical Choros.
Villa-Lobos: Guitar Concerto. This is the first of three volumes including rare and recently discovered works by Heitor Villa-Lobos.
Villa-Lobos: Guitar Manuscripts, Vol. 2 (CD) Heitor Villa-Lobos. The Guitar Manuscripts - 1 (CD) Heitor Villa-Lobos. Symphonies No. 3 'War'; Symphonies No. 4 'Victory' (CD) Heitor Villa-Lobos. Marx: Orchestral Works Vol. 1 (CD) Joseph Marx. Rihm: Music For Violin & Orchestra Vol. 1 (CD) Wolfgang Rihm.
CreditsKeith Anderson - Liner Notes
Andrea Bissoli - Arranger, Completion, Guitar, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Andrea Dandolo - Engineer
Ensemble Musagète - Ensemble
Filippo Giaretta - Photography
Fabio Mechetti - Conductor
Márcio Monteiro - Photography
Rafael Motta - Photography
Orquestra Sinfônica de Minas Gerais - Orchestra
Gabriella Pace - Soprano (Vocal)
Alessandro Panetto - Producer
Federico Pelle - Engineer
Henrique Pontual - Photography
Eugênio Sávio - Photography
Uli Schneider - Engineer
Heitor Villa-Lobos - Composer
|1||Dime perché Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||2:09|
|2||Valsa Concerto No. 2 Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||4:48|
|3||Sexteto místico Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||7:30|
|4||Introdução aos Choros Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||13:11|
|5||Choros No. 1 Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||4:42|
|6||Choros No. 6 Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||25:32|
|7||Canção do Amor Heitor Villa-Lobos||Andrea Bissoli||4:32|