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Segovia & Williams: Guitar Virtuosos
Segovia, Williams
Segovia & Williams: Guitar Virtuosos
Genre: Classical
 
  •  Track Listings (19) - Disc #1

1. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Prelude2. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Allemande3. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Courante4. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Sarabande5. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Minuetto I & II6. Bach S...  more »

      
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All Artists: Segovia, Williams
Title: Segovia & Williams: Guitar Virtuosos
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Bci Eclipse
Release Date: 3/31/1998
Genre: Classical
Styles: Chamber Music, Historical Periods, Baroque (c.1600-1750), Modern, 20th, & 21st Century, Instruments, Strings
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 090096030029

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1. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Prelude2. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Allemande3. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Courante4. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Sarabande5. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Minuetto I & II6. Bach Suite No. 1 in G Major - Gigue7. Bach Suite No. 3 in C Major - Prelude8. Bach Suite No. 3 in C Major - Allemande9. Bach Suite No. 3 in C Major - Courante10. Bach Suite No. 3 in C Major - Sarabande11. Bach Suite No. 3 in C Major - Bouree I & II12. Bach Suite No. 3 in C Major - Gigue13. Paritia No. 3 in E Major BWV 1006: Gavotte on rondeau14. Paritia No. 2 in D Major BWV 1004: Chaconne15. Suite No. 6 in D Major BWV 1012: Gavottes I & II16. Lute Suite in E Minor BWV 996: Sarabande17. Lute Suite in E Minor BWV 966: Bouree18. Prelude in C Minor BWV 99919. Suite No. 6 in C Minor BWV 1009: CouranteFormat: CD Genre: CLASSICAL/CLASSICAL Artist: SEGOVIA & WILLIAMS UPC: 090096030029

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CD Reviews

Guitar Virtuosos
04/24/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Perfect just before bedtime. What shall I say? It is an offbeat, out-of-the-mainstream classic musical collection. Segovia is legendary for merging guitar music with orchestra. I recommend this collection as an inexpensive CD for a high school or college beginning guitar class, and by all means, I would suggest it to satisfy any music appreciation course requirement. Some of the selections, as Sarabande, will be vaguely familiar. I missed one of two required guitar ensembles, and had to buy something from a short list. Out of respect for two guitar masters, it is a level to aspire to, but it is not all that artistically entertaining- at least to me or my brother. In fact, my brother lent me a cassette tape he found that makes these two virtuousos boringly slow of movement, and the cassette had none-the-less of talent with a lot more energetic artistry. Nevertheless, the guitar is a very difficult instrument to play, and I tip my hat out of respect for both Segovia and Williams."