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20 Miniatures for solo guitar
20 Miniatures for solo guitar.
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20 Miniatures for solo guitar

  • ISBN: 63947
  • Código del editor: GSP 269
  • Editorial: Guitar Solo Publications
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 23x30
  • Páginas: 48
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: PARTITURA (incluye CD)
  • código del editor: GSP 269

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Matthew Dunne: 20 Miniaturas, para guitarra.
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Matthew Dunne, guitarist and composer, was the 2008 winner of the Tobin Grand Prize for Artistic Excellence from the Artist Foundation of San Antonio. He has performed and taught throughout the United States and Mexico in both the classical and jazz genres. The San Antonio Express News-'has called his playing "beautiful...elegant, well crafted and sophisticated." He rece ved the DMA degree in guitar performance, jazz emphasis from The University of Texas at Austin, the first guitarist to receive th s degree. Since 1992, he has been on the music faculty of the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is a frequent collaborator with the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, having composed music for three consecutive LAGQ CDs on Telarc, includ ng the GRAMMY winning Guitar Heroes, and commiss oned Sergio Assad's Interchange for Guitar Quartet and Orchestra, which the LAGQ premiered in San Antonio. He also composed the set piece for the 2005 Guitar Foundation of America Competition, Appalachian Summer, published by GSP and recorded on Naxos by Jerome Ducharme. Dunne's"Jazz Etudes for Guitar, also published by GSP, Nave developed a following in the jazz/classical guitar community and several were recorded by William Kanengiser on his GSP recording Classical Cool. Dunne has recorded three previous CDs; Forget the Alamo, a collection of his compositions for jazz quintet; Music in the Mission, an qward winning (Acoustic Guitar Magazine) classical guitar CD recorded in Mission San Jose, and The Accidental Trio, with vocalist Joan Carroll and accordionist Mark Rubinstein. He has directed the Southwest Guitar Festival in San Antonio biennially since 1995. This festival has included collaborative projects with many arts organizations in San Antonio and has garnered considerable critical acclaim and international recognition.

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