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Becherucci, Eugenio
Chansons des Partisans for Guitar (2011)


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Contents: Intro, piccola marcia e finale su «Bella Ciao»/ Fischia il vento/ Le chant des partisans

Author: Eugenio Becherucci (*1957)
Publication Date: 2015
Series: Guitar
Pages: pp. 12
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2331-5
Code: CH 222

Biographical Notes

Product detailsOf Spanish-Italian origin, Eugenio Becherucci studied guitar and composition, graduating brilliantly at the Conservatory of Frosinone (Italy) and continued his training in Spain with José Tomás at the Conservatorio Superior de Musica of Alicante and in France with Betho Davezac at the Ecole Nationale de Musique et Danse in Meudon.
He performs at major venues in Italy and abroad as a soloist and in various chamber music ensembles. He is very active in the field of new music, but also explores the techniques and literature of ancient instruments and related devotes particular attention to the Afro-American repertoire. In recent years the role of composer joins more and more that of a performer, his compositions have been performed in major theaters of Europe, and are regularly broadcast by European and American radio. He is artistic director of the International Guitar Festival of Castrocielo.
He has recorded for RAI, for several foreign broadcasters and for the record labels Sinfonica, Edi Pan, Adda Records, Fundaciòn ACA , Logos Records.
He regularly holds courses and masterclasses in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and holds the chair for thirty years in the Italian conservatories.

Reviews

Seicorde (aprile-giugno 2016)
Bel lavoro del chitarrista e compositore Eugenio Becherucci su due famose canzoni tratte dai canti della resistenza italiana ... Il trattamento che riserva il compositore a queste melodie è fantasioso e ricalca in qualche modo alcune composizioni del periodo classico, dove la trasformazione del materiale avviene anche attraverso una collocazione ritmica differente ...

Classical Guitar Magazine (Fall 2016)
Here are three little pieces based on well­known "partisan" songs from the last century. ... This is quite a nice set -difficult to play in a number of places, but not impossible for a good player. I could see this fitting neatly into a concert set as a modern piece that would not frighten away the public as its harmonic structures are always melodic. (C.D.)

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