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Fernando Sor: O cara armonia

Francesco Romano

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Introduction & Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Op. 9  
1
Introduction
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:40
2
Theme
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:09
3
Variation 1
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:07
4
Variation 2: Minore
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:32
5
Variation 3
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:08
6
Variation 4: Più mosso
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
0:49
7
Variation 5: Più mosso
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:24
12 Studies, Op. 6  
8
No. 9 in D Minor
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
3:27
12 Studies, Op. 29  
9
No. 17 in C Major
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
3:14
12 Studies, Op. 6  
10
No. 12 in A Major
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
3:28
11
No. 11 in E Major
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
4:04
6 Airs from The Magic Flute, Op. 19  
12
No. 1. Marsch der Presiter
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
2:32
13
No. 2. Fuggite o voi beltà fallac
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
0:55
14
No. 3. Già fan ritorno i Genÿ amici
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:47
15
No. 4. O dolce harmonia
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:13
16
No. 5. Se potesse un suono
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:29
17
No. 6. Coeur: Grand Isi, grand’Osiri
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
2:15
Fantasy No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 7  
18
I. Largo
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
6:29
19
II. Theme and Variations
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:13
20
Variation 1
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:07
21
Variation 2
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:15
22
Variation 3
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:36
23
Variation 4
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:09
24
Variation 5
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:08
25
Variation 6
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:15
26
Variation 7
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:24
27
Finale
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:44
2 Varied Themes & 12 Minuets, Op. 11  
28
Minuet No. 10 in E Major
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
3:03
29
Minuet No. 6 in A Major
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
2:07
Theme Varie suivi d'un Menuet, Op. 3  
30
Theme Varie suivi d'un Menuet, Op. 3
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
2:05
8 Short Pieces, Op. 24  
31
No. 1. Menuet in C Minor
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
2:45
2 Varied Themes & 12 Minuets, Op. 11  
32
Minuet No. 12 in B Flat Major
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
1:50
6 Short Pieces, Op. 5  
33
No. 5. Andante Largo
Fernando Sor; Francesco Romano
5:21
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:44
Francesco Romano, lutenist and guitarist of the ensemble Gli Incogniti since its founding, devotes this album to Fernando Sor, the most important composer for guitar of the Classical era, his style strongly influenced by other great composers of his time, especially Mozart. The extraordinary quality of his deep inspiration and sensitivity excels in his compositions of modest dimensions that contain a true poetic world. A significant selection of his works are played on a marvellous original 1835 guitar made by Luis Panormo, one of Sor’s recommended luthiers, from the collection of the Conservatorio di Musica in Florence.
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