G. E. 10

G.E. 10 Latin American Guitar Virtuosos 1924-1955
   This starts with a very rare recording recently located. It is the Habanera by Agustin Barrios from 1924 which makes it a premier issue on CD. Also is the reverse which is the 1st recorded version of Romanza (Imitation of a Violoncello). Two more takes were recorded in 1928. Rico Stover, the author of
Six Silver Moonbeams The Life and Times of Agustin Barrios Mangore says there are still 10 other Barrios discs not yet found. Next we have Andres Chazarreta who was Atahualpa Yupanqui's teacher. Andres was the precursor to all the Argentine folkloric guitarists we know today. His Chacareras are very spicy. That is followed by Eduardo Falu who is to Andres Chazarreta as is Christopher Parkening to Andres Segovia. The Falu recordings were recorded live on Buenos Aires Radio Splendid between 1953-55. We have the return of Julio Martinez Oyanguren who plays several pieces by Julio Sagreras, Antonio Sinopoli and Francisco Tarrega. Anibal Ladruís Orchestra of 20 guitars was well known for over 20 years before the selections here were recorded. We finished this with two pieces by Atahualpa Yupanqui. CD $17.00

Golden Era 60 Agustin Barrios Recently Discovered Recordings 1913-28 
CD $17.00


The selections are:

Agustin Barrios from 1924


  1. Habanera (A. Barrios) Premier issue on CD
  2. Romanza (A. Barrios) 1st recorded version, two more takes done in 1928
    Andres Chazarreta from 1924-28
  3. Siete de Abril (A. Chazarreta)
  4. La Saladina (A. Chazaretta)
  5. Gato Cordobese-Baile Criollo (A. Chazaretta)
  6. La Criollita-Chacarera (A. Chazarreta)
  7. Zamba de Vargas (A. Chazarreta)
  8. Pampa Taquello-Gato (A. Chazarreta)
    Eduardo Falu from 1953-55
  9. La Cuartalera-Zamba (E. Falu)
  10. La Alborada-Preludio (E. Falu)
  11. La Frontizera-Zamba (E. Falu)
  12. Cerrazon-Estilo (E. Falu)
  13. El Algarrobo (A. Gonzalez Pilar)
    Julio Martinez Oyanguren from 1932
  14. Rapsodia sobre motivos criollos Part 1 (Julio Sagreras)
  15. Rapsodia sobre motivos criollos Part 2 (Julio Sagreras)
  16. Pericon (Antonio Sinopoli)
  17. El Poncho (E. Fabini) for sheet music to this song see: El Poncho
  18. Capricho Arabe (Francisco Tarrega)
  19. El Gato Polkeao (Pedro Quijano)
    Anibal Ladru and Orchestra of 20 guitars from 1945
  20. Pericon Nacional (G. Grasso)
  21. Rosas Porteñas (A. Pelaia-E. Carrere)
    Atahualpa Yupanqui from 1946
  22. Vidala del silencio-Preludio Andino #2 (A. Yupanqui)
  23. La Churqueña-Zamba (A. Yupanqui)

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