• The first in our series of albums of new works for guitar, commissioned by the IGF and performed by Tom Kerstens for BGS. This disc includes works by Graham Fitkin, Joby Talbot, Edward McGuire, Howard Skempton, Bruce MacCombie and Kevin Volans.
  • Eden Stell evoke vivid imagery and landscapes through a programme of contemporary works for guitar duo, combining original works and new transcriptions from composers including Stephen Dodgson, Michael Ball, Herbert Howells, Peter Maxwell Davies, Gary Ryan and Lennon & McCartney.
  • Triston: Guitar Music from Argentina and Venezuela

    Roberto Aussel
    World-renowned Argentinian guitarist Roberto Aussel returns to compositions close to home in this collection of music from Argentina and Venezuela – including works by Hector Ayala, Atahualpa Yupanqui, Antoni Lauro and Astor Piazzolla. The Five Pieces for Guitar by Piazzolla were composed for Aussel, and the two remained close collaborators following their composition – the performance on this disc features the revised versions of these pieces, which have never before been recorded.
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  • A fascinating juxtaposition of works, Tom Kerstens' danza! combines charming 19th-century works with new commissions for IGF, all centred around the concept of the dance miniature. Pieces by Piazzolla, Villa-Lobos, Falla and Tárrega and joined by new works from Howard Skempton, Philip Cashian, Alastair King, Edward McGuire, Graham Fitkin and Errollyn Wallen.
  • The debut release from the Appassionata Guitar Trio (Rebecca Baulch, Amanda Cook and Hayley Savage), with an exhilarating collection of premiere recordings of trio works commissioned by the IGF. Includes works by Bruce MacCombie, Ned Bennett, Paulo Bellinati, Benjamin Vedery and Gary Ryan.
  • The late Stephen Dodgson (1924-2013) was a unique compositional voice in Britain's musical landscape who created a prolific output of work across a variety of genres. This collection marks a longstanding collaborative engagement between duo and composer, including Dodgson's first work for guitar duo (of which Eden-Stell gave the premiere UK performance), and highlighted by the 1998 'Concertino for Two Guitars and Strings' ? commissioned by Eden Stell. The disc also includes performances from Helen Sanderson, and 'Orchestra Nova' conducted by George Vass.
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    A disc of works marking the 2001 centenary of the birth of Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999), acknowledged as one of the great Spanish composers of the 20th century who extended the romantic impressionist tradition of Albéniz, Granados, and Falla. Tom Kerstens performs some of the best of his guitar works alongside the premiere recordings of commemorative commissions by Errollyn Wallen, Howard Skempton and Edward McGuire.
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    Allan Neave, a figurehead in British guitar music and Head of Guitar Studies at the RSAMD in Glasgow performs a collection of 20th-century works by Scottish composers for the guitar, featuring works by Edward McGuire, Alasdair Nicolson, Thomas Wilson, Gordon McPherson and Peter Maxwell Davies.
  • Recorded when she was just 15, this disc marks the debut recording of the internationally renowned guitarist Ana Vidovic – recorded at the prodigious age of 15 following her win at the first Albert Augustine Memorial International Guitar Competition.
  • A short history of the guitar in the 19th century performed on original instruments, Serenade rediscovers a host of authentic compositions and arrangements from an era that is now considered a turning point in the guitars developmental history. As well as original works by Francisco Tárrega and Niccolo Paganini, the disc includes two fascinating authentic arrangements of Schubert Lieder by players of the era – Tárrega and Johann Kaspar Mertz.

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