L'Onda - Storie italiane di uomini e chitarre
by Antonio Stragapede, in cooperation with M. Bazzotti
"The music presented in this album, recorded live, represents the passage of the guitar to the threshold of the twentieth century. In the space of a few decades the instrument experienced its second rebirth. In the first decades of the twentieth century, when the great virtuoso guitarists of the previous century had completely disappeared, the guitar could again evolve from a pure accompaniment instrument to the service of singers and mandolinists, to the point of expanding to solo recitals
The time span expands from around 1860 - with the famous aria "Il Bacio" by Luigi Arditi transcribed for two guitars by an amateur of the time - up to the 40s of the twentieth century with a still unpublished study by Luigi Mozzani, the greatest guitarist of the time. [...] "
from the Preface by M. Bazzotti
Content of the CD:
- Emanuele Pignocchi: Barcarola
- Pasquale Taraffo: L’onda
- Luigi Arditi: Il Bacio (transcr. for 2 guitar by F. Castelli) *
- Attilio Bernardini: Magoas (Valsa)
- Vittorio Monti: “Il Natale di Pierrot” (Serenata, trnascr. by Mario Maccaferri)
- Luigi Mozzani: Studio XV
- Italo Meschi: La mia sera (on text by Giovani Pascoli)
- Toto Amici: Marcia Militare
- Arnaldo Bucco: Ali Baba
- G. Cammarato: Dolce Ricordo
- Giovanni Navone: Zingaresca (per 2 chitarre) *
- Manlio Biagi: Chitarra Gentile (Serenata)
CD - The Legend of Alirio Diaz vol. 1
Girolamo Frescobaldi: Gagliarda; Corrente; Aria con variazioni detta 'La frescobalda'
- Gaspar Sanz: Pavana - Follias
- Domenico Scarlatti: Sonata K 11 in do
- Johann S. Bach: Gavotta - Fuga - Preludio;
- Franz Joseph Haydn: Minuetto;
- Fernando Sor: Variazioni su tema di Mozart op 9
- Francisco Tarrega: Recuerdos de la Alhambra;
- Isaac Albeniz: Asturias (Suite espanola n.1 op 47 (1886) n.5)
- Miguel Llobet: 2 catalan folk songs;
- Heitor Villa-Lobos: Choros n.1 (1920) Tipico brasilero; Studio n.1 in mi (1929);
- Agustin Barrios: Danza paraguaya
- Gomez Crespo: Nortena
- Miguel Llobet: El testament d'Amelia;
- Antonio Lauro: Valses venezolanos n.1; Valses venezolanos n.2
- Vicente Emilio Sojo: Guasa - Cancion - Quirpo
Etichetta: IDIS, Istituto DIscografico Italiano
Link su Amazon: amazon.it/Legend-Alirio-Diaz-Vol1
Repertorio para Guitarra y Mandolino
DVD Atelier Chitarristico Laudense
The fund repertorio para guitarra (y mandolino), includes two important archives acquired in donation and digitized by the Atelier Chitarristico Laudense, with guitar scores (some for guitar and mandolin and mandolin only) from South America at the end of the Nineteenth century and my private collection (based on Italian sources).
Many of these publications have never been received or edited in Europe prior to our acquisition.
The Guitar Atelier of Lodi provides the fund on digital support, against only the reimbursement of the pure material cost of digital and graphic production, plus any postage costs for shipping to the applicant.
The complete list of all material can be found at this link: DVD - Repertorio para Guitarra y Mandolino
The presentation (PDF) is available here: Repertorio para Guitarra y Mandolino
DVD - Giuseppe Ricca Guitar Fund
The Giuseppe Ricca Guitar Fund, kept in paper documentation at the "Luigi Ricca" municipal library of Codogno, is the third most important documentary in Italy. It is the only one fully digitized (2 DVDs).
The Laudense guitar Atelier makes it available to scholars and guitar enthusiasts, against only the reimbursement of the pure material cost of digital and graphic media and any postage for shipping to the applicant.
List of composers : Luigi Bacigalupo, Pietro Bottesini, Francesco Calegari, Ferdinando Carulli, Baldassare Cavalleri, Stefano Cogni, Francesco De Salvo, Charles Doisy, Stefano Fontana, Carlo Gherardini, Pietro Generali, Mauro Giuliani, Filippo Gragnani, Luigi e M. Grossi , Luigi Legnani, Pietro Lunghi, Ignazio Manara, Alessandro Migliavacca, Giacomo Antonio Monzino, Luigi Moretti, Antonio Maria Nava, Andreas Oberleitner, Antonio Padiglione, Niccolò Paganini, Enrico Petruzzio, Pietro Parrini, Ignaz-Joseph Pleyel, Giuseppe Ricca, Giovanni Romersi, Gioachino Rossini, Luigi Tonelli, Alfonso Salvi, Leopolod de Urcullu, Nicola Vaccai.
Link to the complete wok list: jcg/DVD/Ricca_DVD.htm
(All PDF digital files were done by Marco Bazzotti)
DVD - Luigi Portalupi Collection
The Luigi Portalupi collection is the archive of all the papers (manuscripts and print edition) left to the family by Luigi Portalupi, a guitarist from Candia Lomellina (Pavia - Italy).
It was ccquired as a donation from the Portalupi heirs. It was digitized by the Atelier, with all guitar scores, some also for guitar and mandolin, solo mandolin and more, from the 19th-century, early 1900s to 1950s. Many of these publications and manuscripts are not known or edited before our acquisition.
The Atelier sells the fund available on digital support, against only the reimbursement of the pure material cost of digital and graphic production, plus any postage costs for shipping to the applicant.
Link to the complete index: DVD/Portalupi/index