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Genres: Special Interest, New Age, Classical
Guitar Heartsongs was Stevan Pasero's first annual recording of symphonic transcriptions (plus 4 original songs as well) that gained critical acclaim worldwide and helped launch his impressive career as one of the most dyn... more »
Guitar Heartsongs was Stevan Pasero's first annual recording of symphonic transcriptions (plus 4 original songs as well) that gained critical acclaim worldwide and helped launch his impressive career as one of the most dynamic classical-crossover musicians of our time. This CD features unparalleled transcriptions of Tchaikovsky's Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and Romeo & Juliet, the Mozart Symphony No. 25 (theme from the movie Amadeus), Clare de Lune by Debussy and more. This collection of transcriptions and original works is a significant addition to the expanding guitar repertoire. KKHI radio in San Francisco states that this CD one of the greatest guitar records of all time. ARTIST NOTES: Stevan Pasero is known worldwide as one of the most influential and versatile guitarists/composers of the past decade. Guitar aficionados love him, fans around the world are loyal to his music, critics praise his musicianship, while his recordings have sold millions. Mr. Pasero is featured on numerous recordings, has transcribed over 30 major symphonic works, produced more than 250 studio recordings and has composed well over 1000 pieces for solo and ensemble. OTHER BEST-SELLING CDS BY STEVAN PASERO: Nutcracker Suite for Guitar, Christmas Classics for Guitar, Guitar Heartsongs, Guitar Masterpieces, Classical Bouquet, Ballets Operas & Masterworks, Seasons, An Acoustic Christmas, Songs for the Wild , ZBRA, Healing Massage, A New World Christmas.
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Very good! If you like pop-classics and good guitar
Frank Kotulak (email@example.com) | Littleton, Colorado | 05/17/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have a number of Steven Pasero recordings. This recording and his Nutcracker Suite recordings are in my opinion his best. If you like good classical guitar you'll enjoy this recording. His later recording labeled "Pasero" in which he tried to branch out, adding voices and additional instrumentation was pretty much odd-ball elevator music. However, I really enjoy and often listen to "Guitar Heartsongs"."