Clementi / Bosco / Renda-Trucco - Italian Perspectives - 20th & 21st Centuries | RECORD STORE DAY
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The album's repertoire explores music for two guitars written by Italian composers over the last 50 years. Thepeculiarity of this program lies in it's eclectic variety, which ranges from more traditional influences, rooted inthe past, to distinctly contemporary expressions, exploring in which ways the guitar duo has been approachedby different authors. This album features prestigious names: Franco Donatoni, one of the most important Italiancomposers of the second half of the 20th century; Alvaro Company, guitarist and composer, among the mostauthoritative students of the famous Spanish guitarist Andres Segovia; Giorgio Colombo Taccani, an extremelyactive composer in the contemporary music scene, awarded in 2023 with the Golden Guitar for Composition,awarded as part of the 28th International Guitar Conference in Milan.The album boasts numerous first ever recordings: Algo n. 2 by Franco Donatoni, Sonata II by Franco Margola,Colloquio by Bianca Maria Furgeri, Winter day by Vittorio Fellegara, Piccoli rainbowi by Gilberto Bosco, aswell as Ricercare by Aldo Clementi, recorded for the first time in the version for two guitars elaborated by AndreaMonarda. Furthermore, Consonancias y Redobles by Azio Corghi (a piece with several possible instrumentaldestinations) is recorded for the first time by a guitar duo. This project finally marks the recovery of apiece of great value. An image (thinking of Schubert) of Alvaro Company, until now neglected by the guitarworld.