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Piet Swerts, Peter Cabus, Jozef van Looy: Guitar Concertos

Album Summary

>Swerts, Piet : Fantasia para un Marqués, for guitar & strings
>Cabus, Peter : Concerto classico, for guitar & strings
>Van Looy, Jozef : Concerto for guitar & orchestra
Performer Conductors Ensemble
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Notes & Reviews:

Piet Swerts' Fantasia para un Marques is intended as a memoriam for Joaquin Rodrigo. Just as Rodrigo, Swerts' exposition of the beautiful theme is followed by a series of variations. But his Conclusio is different: the reintroduction of the theme leads to a buleria, a fast, sunny, and bright flamenco dance that sweeps all before it. Composer Peter Cabus was a pianist, a chamber musician, and a teacher at the Brussels Royal Conservatory and at the Mechelen Municipal Conservatory, where he succeeded Godfried Devreese as director in 1959. This concerto, dedicated to Wim Brioen, is among his last compositions. Jozef Van Looy was a choral conductor and a teacher at the Lemmensinstituut. Like Cabus's Concerto classico, Van Looy's Concerto for guitar and orchestra (1980) is dedicated to Wim Brioen.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: Concert Hall, Zilina, SK.



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>Swerts, Piet : Fantasia para un Marqués, for guitar & strings
  • Performer: Wim Brioen (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Tom Van Den Eynde
  • Notes: Concert Hall, Zilina, SK (08/29/2007-08/30/2007)
  • Running Time: 18 min. 44 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2001

>Cabus, Peter : Concerto classico, for guitar & strings
  • Performer: Wim Brioen (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Tom Van Den Eynde
  • Notes: Concert Hall, Zilina, SK (08/29/2007-08/30/2007)
  • Running Time: 17 min. 35 sec.
  • Written: 1999

>Van Looy, Jozef : Concerto for guitar & orchestra
  • Performer: Wim Brioen (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Ivo Venkov
  • Notes: Concert Hall, Zilina, SK (09/12/2008-09/13/2008)
  • Running Time: 27 min. 33 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1980