When played on the modern classical guitar, the music of Johann Sebastian Bach presents a special set of challenges to overcome, as well as opportunities to enrich the listener’s experience. In the case of the Allegro from Prelude, Fugue and Allegro, BWV 998, there is a bounty of interesting contrapuntal ...
In this conversation, we talk to the members of the Eos Guitar Quartet about their latest release: “El alma de Paco” (Solo Musica), a tribute to Paco de Lucía, featuring new works by Leo Brouwer, John McLaughlin and José Antonio Rodríguez.
In addition to telling us about future projects, Xuefei Yang talks about his recent virtual concert at Zhizhu Temple in this chat. Watch it right here!
These are confusing times in which terms like "intersectionality," "transparency," or "identity" are imposed in the critical discourse of the Academy. In all sincerity, this discourse is welcome and present within the first album by guitar player Pablo Menéndez (Spain, 1992).
Guitar Magazine is grateful to Arturo Castro Nogueras for accepting the invitation to publish the first post on our blog. The Caribbean, for me personally, has been good to think with, my world was creolized from the start. —Stuart Hall Certainly, Jamaican/English cultural theorist Stuart Hall’s words greatly resonate with ...
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Tonar Music releases a coffee-table book called “No. 58, Manuel Barrueco, Robert Ruck, & a Guitar”, which tells the story of Barrueco’s legendary guitar No. 58 by Robert Ruck, which has become one of the most famous classical guitars in the world.