Although the compositional style is very pattern oriented and guitaristic the etudes are filled with a huge wealth of musical ideas. Each one has a dedication and resembles the style of the dedicati in some way. Plus, since they are in varied musical language and style you can arrange them into sets of your liking. I like putting all the hommages to the Russian composer together for a set. You could do the same for the French or painters. However, keep in mind that the musical language is rarely tonal in the consonant sense.
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Career[ edit ] During his concert career, from to , he premiered hundreds of new works for the guitar. He taught at the Liceo Musicale G. Viotti in Vercelli from to , and held a professorship at the Antonio Vivaldi Conservatory in Alessandria from to The Conservatory awarded him the Marengo Music Prize in Gilardino has composed much music for solo guitar, as well as chamber music and concertos. The title places the collection in the tradition of the Transcendental Etudes by Franz Liszt.
Numbers 1 through 48 have dedications that play an important role in identifying influences and traditions that are important to the composer, and help provide a context in which to interpret the individual etudes. These have been recorded by the guitarist Cristiano Porqueddu for Brilliant Classics. He has also written four works for guitar with guitar orchestra, seven concertos for guitar, some in combination with other instruments including mandolin and accordion , and several duets for guitar with bassoon , cello , violin and vibraphone.
In the Guitar Foundation of America conferred upon him the prestigious Artistic Achievement Award which is reserved for performers, composers, pedagogues, and scholars who have made monumental contributions to the development of the art and life of the classical guitar. Quotes[ edit ] "I am not a good interpreter of my own music - I never played it and I avoid giving lessons with my music on the stand. Since then, especially when published, they belong to everybody, and I am no longer especially fond of a piece or of another.
I feel insignificant and unimportant in respect of the music I write. I have to add - to be quite honest - that when teaching I do not like to deal with my own music.
But, I confirm, you are right, I am no technician at all - my work with players has developed in the area of interpretation. I have taught people who could play much better than I did even when I was a concert player.
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Voodoozragore Angelo Gilardino Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for studiew other reason. Was this review helpful? Classical Guitar Skip to content. He has also published a handbook of guitar history, a volume entitled La chitarra and a considerable number of essays and articles.
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Career[ edit ] During his concert career, from to , he premiered hundreds of new works for the guitar. He taught at the Liceo Musicale G. Viotti in Vercelli from to , and held a professorship at the Antonio Vivaldi Conservatory in Alessandria from to The Conservatory awarded him the Marengo Music Prize in
Angelo Gilardino: Studi di virtuosità e di trascendenza