Sonata "Claro de Luna" por Micus
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Guardando las proporciones, nos proporciona el mismo ambiente que Beethoven logró con su sonata. Con guitarra como instrumento principal, nos demuestra las capacidades sonoras y espirituales de una música realizada con el alma, con plena y completa inspiración. Fundamental"
Gentle and refined
C. H Smith | Bowling Green, Kentucky United States | 10/29/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This early (1978) Stephan Micus recording lacks none of the tenderness and refined vision that marks all of this one-man-show's efforts. It is distinguished by its very gentle delivery, its interesting instrumentation (table harp, kortholt, zither, guitar, and vocals), and, unfortunately, its very short length--we should not these days be having to pay full price for a less than 36 minute long CD. Nevertheless it may still be the best of his pre-mid 80s material, insofar as the revealing of inner voice goes; Micus uses the zither in an especially affecting manner to set mood and motion here in the two long pieces comprising the work. Perhaps the best thing about the whole package, however, is, remarkably, the small photo-portrait of Micus set without remark on the last page of the liner notes: a wonderful study of the artistic temperament."