The work is inspired by the magical night of Saint John and proposes to let us take a little trip to the world of emotions, from the calm to joy, the fullness to melancholy, the party to a reflection more intimate.
This work is a small poem with a simple and cantabile language, in which all instruments have the same level of prominence.
The melodic willingness of the Soliloqui IV by Joaquim Homs is framed in a rhetorical approach in which imitations, mutations and derivations are used to construct a discourse in which the emotional content of the sound and its relationship with the silence takes the lead role.
The title of this work refers to dispersion and contrasts of the points of color and light of Claude Monet's paintings related to the Giverny garden, which were the starting point for establishing a similarity to the sounds of the flute and guitar.
Was composed in 1978 following a visit to Algeria and the Sahara desert, Tamanrasset. The premiere was in 2006 by the Australian guitarist Rene Mora. The Suite de Tamanrasset is structured into four movements in which liberty and the sensation of improvisation prevail, while at the same time exploring the various resources of the guitar.
The Seven Miniatures for Classic Guitar feature baroque airs, classical citations and touches of contemporary jazz, a genre in which Pere Soto is an expert in his facet as a performer.
This piece has been selected for the fifth edition of the Children Guitar Competition José Luís Lopategui
Remembering Miquel Llobet is a Song and Dance for solo guitar, the idea of working on a simple melody popular at the Song, and on the main theme of one of Chopin’s Mazurkas for piano in the Dance. From the Song, one can emphasize so typical of the Catalan song style, and from the Dance, the colourful harmonic and melodic variations and the mention of a...
Esguards silents is a piece in three movements, Uncertainty, Bewilderment and Desolation. Each one of them wants to express a emotional state as it could be felt by a child from any country in front of the disasters of a war.
Miniatures per Gaudí is written in seven short movements that are performed without a break and therefore form a continuous multi-sectional structure. The seven pieces, entitled Prelude, Toccata I, Cantilena, Scherzo, Interlude, Toccata II and Melody, are based on the set of musical notes derived from the letters that form the surname of the modernist...
These pieces are dedicated to the memory of the composer’s nephew, Sergio Javier Godoy who died in April 2005, and were written two months later. The meaning of these four pieces for guitar and clarinet is to establish a dialogue with those questions will never be answers.