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Title: A Bach Program For The Guitar
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Guitarra, The Spanish Guitar, Documentary with Julian Bream. SME (от лица компании "RCA Red Seal"); Public Domain Compositions" и другие авторские общества (5).
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Complete your Julian Bream collection. This copy says "A product of ABC/Dunhill records, 8255 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90048 & 1330 Avenue of the Americas, New York New York 10019/Made in . A (C)MCMLXX ABC/Dunhill Records. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing A Bach Recital For The Guitar, LP, Mono, CLP 1929. A little 'far away' sounding which contributes to a lack of colour and dynamics. but great performances, as usual, from JB.
Julian Bream: The Ultimate Guitar Collection. by Julian Bream, Francis Cutting, et al. Mar 9, 1999. Julian Bream A Bach Recital for the Guitar. Bach and Julian Bream. John Williams - The Complete Columbia Album Collection. by John Williams Mar 4, 2016. 99 (2 used & new offers). Guitar for Relaxation. by Julian Bream May 16, 2000.
Partita in D Minor, BWV 1004 : Chaconne. Your browser does not support the audio element. Little Prelude in C Minor, BWV 999 : Little Prelude in C Minor, BWV 999. Suite in E Minor, BWV 996 : Sarabande. Suite in E Minor, BWV 996 : Bourree.
Album · 1981 · 43 Songs. Flow not so fast, ye fountains. 22. First Booke of Songes, 1597: No. 2I. Away with these self-loving lads. By John Dowland - Julian Bream, Golden Age Singers & Margaret Field-Hyde.
Julian Alexander Bream, CBE (born 15 July 1933), is an English virtuoso classical guitarist and lutenist. One of the most distinguished classical guitarists of the 20th century, he played a significant role in improving the public perception of the classical guitar as a respectable instrument. Bream was born in Battersea, London, and brought up in a musical environment in Hampton. Bream described his parents as both "conventional suburban", but in another way "very unusual"
Julian Bream Complete Repertoire. SEGOVIA Andrés - Classic Album Vol 2 (Ed Ongaku No Tomo) (guitar - chitarra). Segovia Andrés - Classic Album Vol 3 (Ed Ongaku No Tomo). Complete Works for Solo Guitar Heitor Villa Lobos. Palmer - Julian Bream, A Life on the Road. Collection Pieces for Solo Guitar - Andres Segovia. bachTwo-Part Inventions Solo Guitar. The Solo Lute Works of . 12 Famous Guitar Duos, Tr Llobet.
In this presentation the evolution of Bream’s repertoire as demonstrated in the recording studio between 1960 and 1991 are clearly apparent. This collection is a truly historical compendium stretching from Renaissance masterpieces to the finest contemporary works written in the 20th century. Julian Bream was born in London in 1933. He has been proclaimed by many students of classical music as the premier guitar and lute virtuoso of the 20th century. After studying piano, cello and composition at the Royal College of Music, he made his public debut in 1950, quickly winning fame for his technique and mastery of a wide range of musical styles. Bream’s first London concert took place at the Wigmore Hall in 1951.
88 Andantino Allegretto, Julian Bream - Guitar Concerto, Op. 88 Lento, Julian Bream - Concierto elegiaco (Guitar Concerto No. 3) Tranquillo, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Julian Bream – Heitor Villa-Lobos - The Concert For Th. :35. Bach – Chaconne BWV 1004. :51. Julian Bream – El polifemo de oro (Four Fragments fo. :26. Julian Bream – Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra Allegrett. :54. Julian Bream – Ch ros No. 1 for Guitar, A. 161 Tipic. :53. 1 for Guitar, Tipico brasileiro . :22. Julian Bream – Fandango. Johanna Beisteiner – Guitar Sonatas, Op. 29, No. 2 in A Major I. 1:13. Julian Bream, Guitar – Molinaro - Saltarello.
Julian Bream, guitar. Prelude in C Minor, BWV 999, also termed The "Little" Prelude in C Minor, is a piece written by Johann Sebastian Bach sometime between 1717 and 1723. Though originally composed for Lute-Harpsichord (Lautenwerck) it has since been adapted for various instruments, including lute, piano and guitar.
|A1||Chaconne (From The Second Partita In D Minor For Solo Violin)||15:31|
|A2||Little Prelude In C Minor||1:39|
|A3||Sarabande (From Suite In E Minor)||4:10|
|A4||Bourree (From Suite In E Minor)||1:30|
|B1||Prelude And Fugue (From The Partita In C Minor)||9:21|
|B2||Prelude, Fugue And Allegro||13:20|
- Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
|XWN 18428||Julian Bream||A Bach Program For The Guitar (LP, Album, Mono)||Westminster||XWN 18428||Canada||1956|
|XWN 18428||Julian Bream||A Bach Program For The Guitar (LP, Album, Mono)||Westminster, Am-Par Record Corp.||XWN 18428||US||1957|
|25 838 XAT||Julian Bream||Plays Bach (LP, Album)||ABC Records, ABC Westminster||25 838 XAT||Netherlands||1978|
|XWN 18428||Bach*, Julian Bream||Bach*, Julian Bream - A Bach Program For The Guitar (LP, Album)||Westminster||XWN 18428||US||1957|
|CLP 1929||Julian Bream||A Bach Recital For The Guitar (LP, Mono)||His Master's Voice||CLP 1929||UK||Unknown|