Remembranzas de mi Guitarra
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Internationally known guitarist Enric Madriguera celebrates his many connections to Segovia with this recording.

Enric Madriguera is connected to Andrés Segovia in many ways: he was a student of Segovia’s as a young man, and his aunt, Paquita Madriguera, was Segovia’s second wife. Enric’s program is offered as a form of homage to Segovia and the music reflects Segovia's influence with the choice of works and their direct connection to the maestro. Especially notable is the first recording of Three Studies by Segovia, performed as a set and using a “Segovia guitar” from the collection of Russell Cleveland. On the faculty at the University of Texas at Dallas, Enric Madriguera, he also is the director of guitar ensembles for the ChamberArt Festival in Madrid, Spain. As both a performer and educator, Madriguera has traveled to and presented in five continents during the span of his career.
Contents:
Oscar Chilesotti, composer
Six Lute Pieces of the Renaissance
Enric Madriguera, guitar

J.S. Bach, composer
Ave Maria
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Miguel Llobet, composer
El Mestre
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Miguel Llobet, composer
Catalan Folksongs
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Paquita Madriguera, composer
Humorada
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Andrés Segovia, composer
Estudios Diarios
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Manuel Ponce, composer
from Four Pieces
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco, composer
Tonadilla sopra Andrés Segivia
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Robert Xavier Rodríguez, composer
Three Lullabies
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Robert Xavier Rodríguez, composer
Tango Amor
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Heitor Villa-Lobos, composer
Cinq Préludes, W419
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Regino Sainz de la Maza, composer
from Madrid
Enric Madriguera, guitar

Review:
This is one of the most distinctive guitar CDs to enter my collection in quite a while. Enric Madriguera is a musician who has every confidence that he knows what he wants to achieve, and no shortage of the means to do it.. As has been said of the pianist Andras Schiff, you are not aware of technique per se, only of the artist's consummate ability to attain all that he desires. (Fanfare)