From the Archives: Performance and Recordings—Is There a Conflict?
What is ‘Real’ When it Comes to Guitar Sound? By Graham Wade (from the Winter 2015 issue of CLASSICAL GUITAR) Recordings of classical-guitar music go back over a century. The earliest are those by Simon Ramírez (recorded c. 1897–1901) and Tárrega (1899 or 1900), available on Volume 12 of Andrés Segovia and his Contemporaries (Doremi). The first prolific recording guitarist was Agustín Barrios Mangoré, whose studio experiences from 1910 to 1942 resulted in some 60 tracks. Segovia first heard his … Continue reading From the Archives: Performance and Recordings—Is There a Conflict?
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