Sauguet: Complete Music for Guitar

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Composer & Artist:
Composer: Henri Sauguet
Artists: Alfonso Baschiera (guitar), Federica Lotti (flute), Nicola Boscaro (cello)

About this Album:
Henri Sauguet composed for many solo instruments, but writing for the guitar was where his passion lay, describing the instrument as ‘very noble’ and ‘one of the great instruments that belong to all ages’. An eclectic, prolific and original composer, Sauguet’s great gift lay in his ability to construct with just a few notes sound sketches that transcend genres, taking inspiration from a wide pool of trends. Sauguet began composing music for the guitar in 1958 with Soliloque, a vibrant, emotionally charged piece in which tonality and modality intermingle with chromaticism, and continued with the elegant harmonic solutions of Trois Préludes in 1970 and the subtle and expressive neo-modality of Musiques pour Claudel in 1973. These two suites, written to celebrate the French writer Paul Claudel, were followed by Six Pièces faciles in 1975, which was more frivolous in nature but nevertheless evocative, with memorable melodic themes. The crowning note in his guitar music writing career came with Révérence à Johann Sebastian Bach, written in 1985 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the great German composer’s birth, and Cadence, his final piece for the solo guitar written at the age of 84 and published posthumously in 1990, containing two distinct sections that intertwine, the first part mechanical and regular, the second contemplative and lyrical.

Tracklist:
00:00:00 Cadence
00:03:52 Trois préludes: I. Prélude à la mélancolie
00:07:30 Trois préludes: II. Prélude au souvenir
00:10:17 Trois préludes: III. Prélude aux gestes
00:14:43 Six pièces faciles: I. Petit air doux
00:15:58 Six pièces faciles: II. Un bout de valse
00:17:18 Six pièces faciles: III. La roue tourney
00:18:36 Six pièces faciles: IV. Le sommeil du pâtre
00:20:25 Six pièces faciles: V. La barque chinoise 1’27
00:21:55 Six pièces faciles: VI. Pas à pas
00:23:25 Musique pour Claudel No. 1: I. En forme d’ouverture
00:24:29 Musique pour Claudel No. 1: II. Images
00:25:18 Musique pour Claudel No. 1: III. Le temps qui passe
00:27:26 Musique pour Claudel No. 1: IV. Caquetage
00:28:15 Musique pour Claudel No. 2: I. Cantabile
00:30:02 Musique pour Claudel No. 2: II. Les couleurs. A. Le bleu
00:31:25 Musique pour Claudel No. 2: II. Les couleurs. B. Le rouge
00:32:32 Musique pour Claudel No. 2: II. Les couleurs. C. Le jaune
00:33:17 Musique pour Claudel No. 2: II. Les couleurs. D. Le vert
00:35:05 Musique pour Claudel No. 2: III. Contrastes
00:36:43 Soliloque
00:42:09 Révérence à Johann Sebastian Bach

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