Originalmente postado no Loronix em 06 de agosto 2008.
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Hello, good evening! It is really nice to be back to Loronix after 2 days of rest, which in fact were taken by lots of very hard and productive work.
Miltinho and Doris Monteiro were during this time and I believe it was a great choice. Anyway, the show must go on, and I would like to start with another flawless release sponsored by Jorge Mello, featuring an artist appreciated by our community as a whole.
This is Waltel Branco – Musicas do Seculo XVI ao Seculo XX (1974), for Itamaraty. Actually, this album was first released in 1974 by another label, the tiny Magic Music, and Jorge Mello presents a later Itamaraty reissue, whose date I could not track on my searches. The album is exactly what its title suggests; Waltel Branco delivers violao renditions of music written across the XVI and XX centuries, including his own compositions, such like track 09 – Preludio Sarabanda e Bourree (Waltel Branco), which is also my choice to Loronix Preview Center.
01 – Canções do Seculo XVI (Tradicional)
02 – Ballet (Gluck)
03 – Romanza (Schumann)
04 – Valsa Nr 15 (Brahms)
05 – Ballet (Weiss)
06 – Preludio Nr 20 (Frederic Chopin)
07 – Estudos 1 e 6 (Sor)
08 – Sarabanda (Poulenc)
09 – Preludio Sarabanda e Bourree (Waltel Branco)
10 – Preludio Nr 2 (Villa-Lobos)
11 – Andante (Staak)
12 – Moda de Viola (Waltel Branco)
Anonymous on Tuesday, 03 June, 2008
Zeca, você não sabe a quantidade de tempo que tenho sem escutar estes Estudios de Sor. Comparados com outros Estudios de outros compositores eles são muito simples, mas todo o que tem de sencillez também o tem de doçura. É muito bom que você tenha publicado este disco porque a música clássica e muito bela e é bom que a gente possa ter contato com ela ainda que seja a través de músicos populares que a gente conhece. Muito, muito agradecida. Abraços,
Anonymous on Wednesday, 06 August, 2008
Nice record but the record skips on Side Two making it not listenable. Thanks anyway, it’s nice to have the few good sogs here, always love Waltel Branco.