PASCAL VALOIS | CLASSICAL GUITARIST

NAPLES 1810

To read! This beautiful Article by Dinko Fabris in "La Republica" on the Neapolitan guitar! »

“Many of the protagonists of this story resonated together in this record full of rarities and delicate musical flowers, with a velvety and mysterious sound and original gut strings on an instrument much smaller than today's guitar. . "

NAPOLI 1810 press release »

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Le Voyage Romantique
19th Century Masterpieces for Guitar and Cello

 

Pascal Valois and Jivko Georgiev invite the public on a journey that will take them to the heart of romantic musical Europe. This journey will take viewers from the moving Nocturnes by German composer Friedrich Burgmüller to the breathtaking virtuosity of the Grand Sonata, composed by Italian guitarist and violinist Niccolò Paganini.

 

The program also includes the Divertimento op. 46 by Bernhard Romberg. Besides having been a great cello virtuoso, Romberg counted Beethoven among his admirers! A route through the masterpieces of the 19th century would not be complete without a detour through the music of Franz Schubert, the romantic composer par excellence.

 

Valois and Georgiev perform his sonata Sonata in A minor “Arpeggione”, which several specialists consider to be one of the most beautiful musical works in the world.

 

Program

FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828)

Sonata in A minor "Arpeggione" D. 821 - Allegro Moderato Adagio Allegretto

 

BERNHARD ROMBERG (1767-1841)

Divertimento op. 46 Lento - Andante Allegretto Allegro non troppo

 

PAUSE

 

NICCOLÒ PAGANINI (1782-1840)

Grand Sonata MS3 Allegro Risoluto Romance Andantino variato

 

FRIEDRICH BURGMÜLLER (1806-1874)

Three Nocturnes Andantino Adagio cantabile Allegro moderato

Jivko Georgiev
Jivko Georgiev

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