#video TOSHIO HOSOKAWA – VOICELESS VOICE IN HIROSHIMA [für Solist, Sprecher, Chor, und Orchester, 1989 | 2001] on #neuguitars #blog

Toshio Hosokawa (*1955) Voiceless Voice in Hiroshima 00:00 I. Preludio “Night” (1989) 13:55 II. Death and Resurrection (1989 | 2001) 31:27 III. Winter Voice (2001) 47:47 IV. Signs of Spring (2001) 54:45 V. Temple Bells Voice (2001) Theresa Kohlhäufl, Tim Schwazmaier, August Zirner (Spr.), Nathalie Stutzmann (Alt), Symphonieorchester und Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Sylvain Cambreling…

Interview with Marco Del Greco (October 2014)

Interview with Marco Del Greco When did you start playing the guitar and why? What did you study and what’s your musical background? With what guitar do you play and have you played in the past? I started playing guitar when I was seven years thanks to an afternoon course held by Roberto Armillotta in…

#video Timo Korhonen plays Sakura by Toshio Hosokawa on #neuguitars #blog

Hosokawa gives fantastic perspectives into this evergreen song, which originally was no song at all! “Sakura” (cherry blossoms) originates in the Edo period, c. 1600-1800. The melody was originally used as the koto playing exercise for children. It became a song during the later Meiji period, the end of the 1800s, when the text was…

Recensione di Toru Takemitsu.Toshio Hosokawa Works for solo Guitar di Marco Del Greco, Neos, 2014

“In performance” scrive Takemitsu  “sound trascends the realm of the personal.” Marco Del Greco, chitarrista italiano con un brillante curriculum, classe 1982, diploma con “menzione di onore” nella classe di Carlo Carfagna al Conservatorio di Musica “S. Cecilia” di Roma,  1° premio nel 2010 al “53rd Tokyo International Guitar Competition”, riesce a rendere questo senso…