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Marcelo Kayath: Suites & Sonatas

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GuitarCoOp Presents Marcelo Kayath - Suites & Sonatas

First Release in 25 years. Music by Bach, Weiss, Sor and Castelnuovo-Tedesco

Born in Brazil, Marcelo Kayath began studying the guitar at age 13 with Leo Soares and continued with Jodacil Damaceno and Turibio Santos. When only 16 he won the Segovia Prize at the International Villa-Lobos Competition and two years later became the first guitarist to win the coveted Young Concert Artists of Brazil Award. In 1984 he won first prize in the two biggest guitar competitions in the same year: the 4th Toronto International Guitar Competition and the XXVI Paris Councours International de Guitare. In the following year he embarked on tours (both solo and with orchestra) of Europe and the USA to unanimous critical acclaim.

He recorded many CDs for several labels, including Hyperion, MCA Classics and Pickwick. Marcelo Kayath also holds degrees in Electronics Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and an MBA from Stanford Business School. After his early retirement from the concert stage in the early 1990s, this recording is his first CD in 25 years.

CD Contents:

J.S. Bach (1685-1750) – Suite BWV 997 in A minor

01 – Prelude 03’31

02 – Fugue 06’58

03 – Sarabande 04’59

04 – Gigue 02’57

05 – Double 02’58

S.L. Weiss (1687-1750) – Suite in F Major

06 – Prelude 01’41

07 – Allemande 03’00

08 – Courante 01’50

09 – Sarabande 06’23

10 – Gigue 03’19

Fernando Sor (1778-1839) – Sonata op 15b in C major

11 – Allegro Moderato 07’34

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968)

Sonata op 77 in D “Omaggio a Boccherini”

12 – I. Allegro con spirito 04’20

13 – II. Andantino, quasi canzone 05’03

14 – III. Tempo di Minuetto – Ceremonioso 03’49

15 – IV. Vivo ed energico 04’16

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