G. E. 53

Golden Era 53    Guitarists of Argentina 1928-1960 CD $17.00

   Maria Luisa Anido was born on January 26, 1907 in Moron, Argentina. She received her first guitar in August 1914. It was a gift from Juan Alais to her father Juan Carlos Anido, on her behalf. She played her first recital on September 19,1916. In 1925 she performed duo concerts with her maestro Miguel Llobet, and made duet recordings for Odeon records at this time and in 1929. In December 1941 she was named professor of guitar at the Conservatorio Nacional de Musica in Buenos Aires. She died in 1996.


   In Domingo Prat's Diccionario de Guitarristas, it says Adolfo V. Luna Herrera was born in the capital of La Rioja Province, Argentina on March 13, 1889. He began to study music and the guitar at age 10, under the direction of Camilo Castellanos. In 1909 Adolfo traveled to Buenos Aires and had the opportunity to attend concerts by Antonio Giménez Manjon and Domingo Prat. These concerts were an incentive to continue his studies with the guitar. He returned to La Rioja with a seriousness about his guitar studies. In 1911 he moved to Buenos Aires and entered the Academia de Guitarra "Prat". He progressed well, despite having to unlearn various technical aspects due to his previous mentor. (Excerpt from "Annotations for the History of the Classical Guitar in Argentina 1822-2000".)

   In 1928 Adolfo Luna recorded for Discos Nacional Odeon. The co-author of the above mentioned book studied with maestro Luna for 8 years, and Hector Garcia Martinez never heard from Adolfo of the existence of these recordings. They are very rare indeed. Adolfo Luna died in 1971.

The titles are listed below:

The selections are:

   Maria Luisa Anido 1960 in Biblioteca Rivadavia, Buenos Aires

 1. Tema por Ponce

 2. Jota Aragonesa (Tarrega)

 3. Aire Norteña (M. L. Anido)

 4. Danza Paraguaya (Barrios)

 5. Sonata (Scarlatti)

 6. Maria Luisa Anido talks from Biblioteca Rivadavia

 6. Minué Don Juan (Mozart)

 7. Preludio Cello Suite No. 1 (Bach)

   Maria Luisa Anido 1928

 8. Gato (Casinelli) Victor 80801 A

 9. La Maja de Goya (Granados-Llobet) Victor 80801B

   Adolfo V. Luna 1928

10. Himno el Sol (Benavente-Luna) Discos Nacional Odeon 1010A

11. Vamanos Vida Mia (Gomez Carrillo-Luna) Discos Nacional Odeon 1010B

   Duo Pesoa-Iriarte

12. Pericon Por Maria (A. Podesta) Victor 79805 A

13. Cariñitos (R. Pesoa) Victor 79805 B

14. El Cuatrero-Tango (Agustin Bandi) Victor 79896A

15. En las Orillas del Bam Bam Bammy (Discon-Henderson) Victor 79896B

   Duo Ruiz-Acuña-4 guitars-Gomez, Daviz

16. El 180 (Ruiz-Acuña-Chazarreta) Discos Nacional Odeon 10306A

17. Corazones Partidos (S. Salinas) Discos Nacional Odeon 10306B


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