Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Rivera, Armoniosi Concerti - sopra la Chitarra Spagnuola



Rivera, Armoniosi Concerti - sopra la Chitarra Spagnuola
Chamber | Eac, flac, cue | log, scans | 1 CD, 242 MB
released 2001 | Lindoro | RapidShare


JUAN CARLOS RIVERA (Theorbo / Baroque Guitar)

Born in Seville, he studied classical guitar there with América Martinez in the Conservatorio Superior de Música. Now regarded as one of the best-known Spanish early music performers, his teachers have included Hopkinson Smith, José Miguel Moreno, Paul O’Dette and Pat O’Brien.

He has given numerous concerts all over the world, at international early music festivals such as those in Bruges, Utrecht, Caen, Saintes, Barcelona, Los Siglos de Oro of Caja Madrid and the Festival Internacional de Música y Danza in Granada as well as in concert halls that include the Auditórium Nacional de España, National Library of Washington, Opéra Comique of Paris, Teatro Real of Madrid, the Vienna Konzerthaus and many others.

Among his recordings there's a number of albums featuring Rivera as a soloist on the vihuela, theorbo and baroque guitar, as accompanist for the singers Marta Almajano and Carlos Mena, as the continuo player for the Al Ayre Español and as a member of Poema Harmonico. He is the conductor for the ensemble La Correnta (which concentrates on Spanish Renaissance and Baroque repertoire) and Armoniosi Concerti.

He holds the professorship in plucked early instruments in the Conservatorio Superior de Música of Seville.


CD Content

"Chiacona In Parte Variate Alla Vera Spagnuola, Col Il Basso Per Tiorba"
"Tocata Prima"
"Tocata Setima"
"Balletto A Quatro Detto 'il Bianco Fiore'"
"Canario"
"Tocata VI"
"Prelude & Chaconne Col Il Basso Per Tiorba"
"Mustazin Corrente"
"Corrente Decima"
"Capona & Sferaina"
"Chiaconna In Parte Variate"
"Prelude"
"Allemande"
"Courante & Double"
"Sarabande"
"Canaries"
"Spagnoletta Di Madriglia"
"Cecchina Corrente"
"Corrente Seconda"
"Balletto A Due Detto 'Alta Mendoza'"
"Aurora Corrente"
"Sgroppato Passegio"



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