Andres Segovia

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Spanish guitarist who made classical guitar a concert instrument (1893-1987)


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Slur Exercises, Trills, and Chromatic Octaves is a collection of technical studies for the guitar, which were used by Maestro Andres Segovia (1893-1987) in his own personal practice.
For a few months, the couple shared their rented home near the sea with classical guitarist Andres Segovia.
He played a pensive, unmiked composition, "Julia Florida," by the Paraguayan guitarist and poet Augustin Barrios, whose work has been revered by guitar luminaries such as Andres Segovia and John Williams.
As a 12-year-old, he studied with the unimpeachable king of classical guitar, Andres Segovia, in Spain.
During his twenty-two years on the air, he has interviewed a broad range of artists, from Andres Segovia, Tony Bennett, Ben E.
Canizares, a cross between Paco de Lucia and Andres Segovia, betrayed his roots in flamenco and classical guitar, dipping into a formidable bag of technical skills
Since then, the archive has grown to more than 10,000 music print titles of 19th and 20th century editions, including material that used to belong to guitarists Andres Segovia and Laurindo Almeida.
A random roll-call would include Clara Butt, Fritz Kreisler, Pablo Casals, Sergei Rachmaninov, Andres Segovia, Kathleen Ferrier and Vladimir Ashkenazy among the illustrious names which come tumbling from these pages.
She has studied with Andres Segovia and Oscar Ghiglia - though she has said her only regular teachers since she was a teen have been a mirror and a tape recorder - and has bachelor's and master's degrees from Yale University.
When renowned guitarist Andres Segovia visited Japan in 1969, Seki attended one of his recitals and was inspired by his music to master the instrument.
And because it's so absolutely rubbish - an insult to the sublime, subliminal soundtracks of Andres Segovia, Paco Pena, Ibrahim Ferrer or Ruben Gonzalez, for instance, that you normally get in this kind of place - it's stirred me from my morning torpor and made me wonder why, exactly, our cafes, restaurants, bars, clubs and lives have been colonised by the ubiquitous Latinbeat.
The rest of the selections are equally notable, coming from such virtuosos of the guitar as Julian Bream, Eduardo Fernandez, Los Romeros, Andres Segovia, and John Williams.
In fact, that's how she was discovered by legendary Latin band leader Xavier Cugat, who immediately brought the 16-year-old bombshell to the States after seeing her perform on television with Andres Segovia, considered the father of classical guitar.
The piece was written in 1935 for famed guitarist Andres Segovia and expanded into concerto form 10 years later.
Ademas de Andres Segovia y Narciso Yepes, los Romero, principalmente Pepe, se encargaron de tomar este concierto como caballo de batalla y lo difundieron por el mundo.