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With specially made instruments and a range that can emulate that of a whole orchestra, the acclaimed Guitarra a Seis bring us a colorful program that includes works written specially for the ensemble. Opening with a real feast for the ears in Bach's lively Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, we further encounter the magical moods of Ravel's Ma mere l'Oye, a blend of Bulgarian folk and modern music from Atanas Ourkouzounov, Tobias Krebs' jazz-infused Suite Panamericana, and Sergio Assad's humorous Juan Sebastian's Bar, which alludes to Bach and Beethoven but is Brazilian through and through.
With specially made instruments and a range that can emulate that of a whole orchestra, the acclaimed Guitarra a Seis bring us a colorful program that includes works written specially for the ensemble. Opening with a real feast for the ears in Bach's lively Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, we further encounter the magical moods of Ravel's Ma mere l'Oye, a blend of Bulgarian folk and modern music from Atanas Ourkouzounov, Tobias Krebs' jazz-infused Suite Panamericana, and Sergio Assad's humorous Juan Sebastian's Bar, which alludes to Bach and Beethoven but is Brazilian through and through.
730099147538
Assad / Bach, J.S. / Ravel / Guitarra a Seis - Works for Guitar Sextet

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Format: CD
Label: Naxos
Rel. Date: 10/28/2022
UPC: 730099147538

Works for Guitar Sextet
Artist: Assad / Bach, J.S. / Ravel / Guitarra a Seis
Format: CD
New: Available $19.99
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With specially made instruments and a range that can emulate that of a whole orchestra, the acclaimed Guitarra a Seis bring us a colorful program that includes works written specially for the ensemble. Opening with a real feast for the ears in Bach's lively Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, we further encounter the magical moods of Ravel's Ma mere l'Oye, a blend of Bulgarian folk and modern music from Atanas Ourkouzounov, Tobias Krebs' jazz-infused Suite Panamericana, and Sergio Assad's humorous Juan Sebastian's Bar, which alludes to Bach and Beethoven but is Brazilian through and through.
        
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