Gustavo Leguizamón: El Cuchi bien temperado Pablo Márquez

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2015

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
25.02.2015

Label: ECM

Genre: Guitar

Subgenre: Classical Guitar

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  • 1Coplas de Tata Dios05:14
  • 2Zamba del Carnaval04:21
  • 3La Cantora de Yala04:24
  • 4Chacarera del Expediente02:46
  • 5Chaya de la Albahaca03:26
  • 6Zamba de Lozano04:47
  • 7El Silbador03:59
  • 8De Sólo Estar02:17
  • 9Chacarera del Holgado02:33
  • 10Carnavalito del Duende04:28
  • 11Zamba para la Viuda04:29
  • 12Zamba Soltera04:06
  • 13Corazonando02:29
  • 14Zamba del Pañuelo04:34
  • 15Chilena del Solterón02:47
  • 16Maturana04:24
  • 17Canción del Que No Hace Nada05:44
  • Total Runtime01:06:48

Info zu Gustavo Leguizamón: El Cuchi bien temperado

Gustavo “Cuchi” Leguizamón (1917-2000) war eine einzigartige Figur in der Musikkultur Argentiniens. Geboren in der Provinz Salta (wo Gitarrist Pablo Márquez aufwuchs) war Leguizamón gleichzeitig Dichter, Komponist, Pianist und Gitarrist, ein populärer Künstler und hoch kultivierter Musiker. Er war in der Musiktradition Argentiniens verwurzelt, führte aber eine neue harmonische Freiheit in sie ein, inspiriert von klassischer Musik und von Komponisten des 20. Jahrhunderts wie Debussy, Ravel und Schönberg.

Der Titel von Márquez‘ Album bezieht sich auf Bachs „Wohltemperiertes Clavier“ – und der Gitarrist arrangiert hier dementsprechend Cuchis Musik für alle 24 Dur- und moll-Tonarten. Pablo Márquez: „Um einen Reichtum an Farben zu erzielen, habe ich mir selbst die Herausforderung gestellt, nie eine Tonart zu wiederholen...Das ist meine Weise, die Folk-Überlieferung zu bereichern, außerdem reflektiert sich so auch meine klassische Ausbildung im Umgang mit traditioneller Musik.“

Pablo Márquez, guitar


Recorded May 2012 at Auditorio Radiotelevisione svizzera, Lugano
Engineered by Markus Heiland
Produced by Manfred Eicher


Pablo Márquez
A pioneer in daring repertoires, exploring as successfully early works as the rich literature of the 20th and 21st centuries, or the folk music of northwestern Argentina, land of his birth, Pablo Márquez is one of today's most sensitive interpreters and talented guitarists. His musical intelligence and peerless technical skills make him a creator much sought after by living composers.

He began playing the guitar at the age of 10 and, three years later, gave his first concert with orchestra in Salta, a city in the northwestern part of Argentina where he grew up and studied. He did advanced study with Jorge Martínez Zárate and Eduardo Fernández, and his years of training came to an end when he was twenty, with first prizes awarded unanimously at the Villa-Lobos (Rio de Janeiro) and Radio France (Paris) international competitions. He would win further prizes in Geneva and Munich, thereby confirming his extraordinary artistic stature. A complete musician, he studied Early Music with Javier Hinojosa, conducting with Eric Sobzyck, Rodolfo Fischer and Peter Eötvös, and was taught by the legendary pianist György Sebők, who had a profound influence on his artistic evolution.

His career has blossomed in more than 40 countries, acclaimed in the most prestigious concert halls (Concertgebouw of Amsterdam, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris...) and the leading festivals: Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, Ultraschall (Berlin), Musica (Strasbourg), San Sebastián.... He appears as soloist or in chamber music, with the Rosamunde Quartett, Anja Lechner, Mario Caroli, Anne Gastinel, María Cristina Kiehr, and as a guest of major ensembles and orchestras (Intercontemporain, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne de Montréal, Plural Ensemble of Madrid, Philharmonique de Radio France, Bavarian Radio Orchestra, Baden-Baden Philharmonic...), under the direction of Josep Pons, Susanna Mälkki, Lorraine Vaillancourt, Mark Foster, Pavel Baleff, Christian Ehwalt and Fabian Panisello.

A resolute champion of contemporary music, he has collaborated with Luciano Berio, Mauricio Kagel and György Kurtág. On the occasion of Berio's 70th birthday, Pierre Boulez invited him to perform the Italian composer's Sequenza XI, a work of which he has become the favoured interpreter. He also plays Chemins V, for guitar and chamber orchestra, a work derived from the Sequenza. He has given the first performance of works by, amongst others, Moultaka, Essyad, Maresz, Mantovani, Lazkano, Ibarrondo, Pécou, Strasnoy, Torres Maldonado, Fiszbein, Kampela, Beytelmann, Tanada, Park, Dazzi, Naón and Ortega-Miranda. He was in residence at the Abbaye de Royaumont several times, in particular in 2003 for the Figures Argentines project, in company with Dino Saluzzi and Gerardo Gandini.

His recordings (ECM New Series, Kairos, Naïve) have received numerous distinctions, including the Grand Prix du Disque de l’Académie Charles Cros, the Amadeus Prize and RTL Classique d’Or, 'Best CD of Early Music' (Neue Musik Zeitung in Germany) and 'Classical Music CD of the Year' (Readings, Australia).

Pablo Márquez teaches at the Musik-Akademie in Basle. In Buenos Aires, he received the Konex Prize in recognition of his career achievements and, in 2006, was designated an Illustrious Citizen of the City of Salta.

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