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南北アメリカおよびヨーロッパにおける、夜明けの時代の名人による録音。

Golden Era 77 Classical Guitar Gems 1912-1944 CD $17.00

This CD has a lot of debuts: (Biographies are at the bottom of this page.)

the unreleased test pressing by Agustin Barrios of his March 27, 1929
recording of Armonias de America Odeon 3883 B,

Francisco Alfonso 1908-1940 Solo di Chitarra c. 1934 (Francisco Alfonso's father studied with Francisco Tarrega)
7. Corrente (J.Bach) Pathe 15731 D.P. 300736
8. Prelude et Allemande (J.Bach) Pathe 15731 D.P. 300737

one of the oldest recordings of a Fernando Sor piece: 9. Julio J. Otermin Minuet en Do (Sor) Victor 65868 B February 2, 1912.

Also there are the 4 pieces by Prof. Guillermo Gomez from 1930 of extraordinary ability, until now only the 1928 Columbia recordings have been released on CD---tracks 15 and 17 are contained in my printed editions, please see: http://www.finefretted.com/html/guillermo_gomez.html
14. Minueto (Sor-Gomez) Polydor 30059A 2147 BD
15. Nocturno (G. Gomez) Polydor 30060A 2166 BD contained in Volume 2
16. Danzas Mexicanas (Yañez-Gomez) Polydor 30060A 2167 BD
17. Seleccion de Jotas (Gomez) Polydor 30060B  2168 BD
contained in Volume 1

and the

18. Emilio Pujol Vihuela 1936 recording
Trois pavanes pour vihuela (Luis Milan) L'Anthologie Sonore 40A
.

Not to mention 3 outstanding virtuosos from Buenos Aires- the World Center of Classical Guitar activity:
Luis Veron c. 1930
, Ana Schneider de Cabrera c. 1930 and Mario Pardo c. 1930.

The complete selections are:

Luis Veron c. 1930
1, Minuet Op. 11 No. 5 (Sor) Dacapo 81200 A
2. Nostalgia Guarany (Luis Veron) Dacapo 81200 B
Ana Schneider de Cabrera c. 1930
3. Amorosa Zamba (Ana Schneider de Cabrera) Disco Nacional 17007 A
4. Dos Corazones Bailecito Boliviano (A. Schneider de Cabrera) Disco 
Nacional 17007 B
Alfonso Sorrosal 1900-1946      C. 1941
5. Minuet en La (Sor) Odeon 184.511 SO. 9068
6. Serenata (Borodin) Odeon 184.511 SO. 9069
Francisco Alfonso 1908-1940 Solo di Chitarra c. 1934
7. Corrente (J.Bach) Pathe 15731 D.P. 300736
8. Prelude et Allemande (J.Bach) Pathe 15731 D.P. 300737
9. Julio J. Otermin Minuet en Do (Sor) Victor 65868 B February 2, 1912
Agustin Barrios March 27, 1929
10. Armonias de America Odeon 3883 A
11. Armonias de America Odeon 3883 B Unreleased track
Angel Iglesias c. 1944
12. Serenata (Malats) Le Chant du Monde No.744 9271 21.650-3
13. Fandanguillo (Turina) Le Chant du Monde No. 744 9272 21.650-4
Prof. Guillermo Gomez 1930
14. Minueto (Sor-Gomez) Polydor 30059A 2147 BD
15. Nocturno (G. Gomez) Polydor 30060A 2166 BD
16. Danzas Mexicanas (Yañez-Gomez) Polydor 30060A 2167 BD
17. Seleccion de Jotas (Gomez) Polydor 30060B  2168 BD
18. Emilio Pujol Vihuela 1936
Trois pavanes pour vihuela (Luis Milan) L'Anthologie Sonore 40A
Aguilar-Pages c. 1927
19. Manos Brujas (José Aguilar) Victor 79884A
20. Las Madreselvas-Zamba (José Aguilar) Victor 79884B
Mario Pardo c. 1930
21. Araca Corazon (E. Delfino) Disco Nacional 6618A
22. Hay baile en lo de pastora (Mario Pardo) Disco Nacional 6618B


     Julio J. Otermin is a professor and composer of guitar music. He 
resides in Montevideo,Uruguay. In 1906 he studied with the Spanish guitar professor Pedro 
Maza, then at the time, also residing in the same capital. He has two works published, "Un 
Sueño" and "Perlas deUruguay", the latter, which obtained the "Primer Premio-Certamen 
España- Celebrado en Montevideo" (First Prize-Spanish Composition Competition-Celebrated in 
Montevideo). Both of the compositions are "Boston" waltzes, of a well-achieved movement and 
relative musical value. This is translated from the "Diccionario de Guitarristas" by 
Domingo Prat, published in 1934 by Romero y Fernandez. This CD has Julio J. Otermin's Minuet en 
Do (Sor) Victor 65868 B recorded in Buenos Aires on February 2, 1912.

       Guillermo Gomez was born in Malaga, Spain in 1880, and played violin and later guitar as
a child in Seville. He saw Tarrega play in Seville in 1897. He moved  to Mexico in 1900 and
continued to play Flamenco, his first love, as well as Classical  guitar, having been well inspired
from the Tarrega performance. His most notable student was, professor  and recording artist,
Francisco Salinas. Guillermo recorded for Columbia in New York in  1928. Guillermo Gomez
died in 1955.These 1930 Polydor recordings are a CD debut.

     Luis Veron was doing concerts as early as 1914 in Argentina, he was the maestro to Eduardo
Bensadon. When he retired due to poor health in 1941, he was replaced by Maria Luisa Anido
at the Conservatorio Nacional de Musica y Arte Esenico de Buenos Aires.

     Ana Schneider de Cabrera performed over 20 concerts in Paris in 
1927, to the praise of the critics and public, in her first tour outside Argentina.

    Agustin Barrios Mangoré was born in San Juan Bautista de los Misiones, Paraguay on May
5, 1885. He played guitar from 7 years of age, having learned from his father. His 1st and only
teacher was Gustavo Sosa Escalada. By 1910 had established himself as a virtuoso, and
went to Argentina. He began  to record there in 1913. He toured all of Central and South
America, and even in Europe in 1934. He died in San Salvador on August 7, 1944.

     Angel Iglesias was born Badajoz, Spain in 1917. He began to study with a Tarrega student,
Quintin Esquembre in 1927. He toured Spain and Germany in 1935, and in 1937 he began to
accompany Flamenco dancers on tour. During the Spanish Civil and Second World wars he
resided in Denmark, where these recordings were made. He died in 1977.


 

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