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RE: ***** CLASSICAL GUITAR ALIVE!  Agustin Barrios Mangore tribute

Title: 15-18 Agustin Barrios Mangore   

In Cue:  MUSIC IN  “Hello and welcome to…”

Out Cue: MUSIC IN “…another edition of Classical Guitar Alive!”

Program Length: 58:57


  Bizet:   Prelude                         Los Romeros, guitars

                                                   (Philips 412-609)


Barrios Mangoré: Vals, op. 8 #4              David Russell, guitar
                                                                (Telarc 803732)

Interview: David Russell: “In El Salvador, where he die . . . . . .everybody loved him, all that people that knew him.”

Barrios Mangoré: Vals, op. 8 #3              David Russell, guitar
                                                                 (Telarc 803732)

Barrios Mangoré: La Catedral: III             Denis Azabagic, guitar
                                                                 (Naxos 8.554555)

Interview: Richard Stover: “When I first began investigating Barrios. . . . . .I never got to get back to her or anything.”

Barrios Mangoré: Julia Florida                   Duo Roldan
                                                                  (Rene Izquierdo 2012)

Interview: Jack Silver: “Well, poor Barrios, there was a lot of racism. He had a lot of Indian features. . . . . Oh yeah, he could play.”

Barrios Mangoré: Romanza  Agustin Barrios Mangoré, guitar
                                                                    (Do Re Mi Records 7955)

Barrios Mangoré: Maxixe, Choro da Saudade, Las Abejas   Celil Refik Kaya, guitar
                                                                     (Celil Refik Kaya)

Barrios Mangoré: Prelude in Cminor, Danza Paraguaya Paquito D'Rivera, clarinet, saxophone
                                                                                         Berta Rojas, guitar
                                                                        (OnMusic 11245)

Interview: Richard Stover: “Bicho Feo had been notorious for years. . . . . .is kind of a wistful little thing.”

Barrios Mangoré: Bicho Feo                             Agustin Barrios Mangoré, guitar
                                                                         (Atlanta Records 65392)

Barrios Mangoré: Mazurka Apassionata           Enno Vorhorst, guitar
                                                                          (Challenge Records 72601)

Barrios Mangoré: Gloria's Prelude (Preludio Saudade) Tony Morris, guitar
                                                                                      (Madoc Films 2014)




In honor of the 130th anniversary of his birth, this week's edition of Classical Guitar Alive features a tribute to Paraguayan guitarist-composer Agustin Barrios Mangoré (1885-1944), interviews with Grammy-winning guitarist David Russell, historic recordings producer Jack Silver, and Richard “Rico” Stover, author of “Six Silver Moonbeams,” a biography of Agustin Barrios Mangoré.



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