Peter Söderberg’s musical adventure on #neuguitars #blog

Peter Söderberg has always been an adventurous musician. As a lutist he recorded both Renaissance and Baroque music, but he also appeared on several contemporary music records. He also played in some jazz bands and also as a guitarist he played a lot of contemporary repertoire. I have two of his CDs in my archive…

#Review of Diminuito by Rolf Lislevand, ECM, 2009 on #neuguitars #blog

Review of Diminuito by Rolf Lislevand, ECM, 2009 “Diminuito” sounds like a curious title for this cd. In the booklet that accompanies the CD Maestro Rolf Lislevand gives us an explanation about this name: “Diminutions, divisions, or glosas were one of the renaissance’s unique inventions. Technically it means embellishing a melody into a much more…

#Recensione di Diminuito di Rolf Lislevand, ECM, 2009 su #neuguitars #blog

Recensione di Diminuito di Rolf Lislevand, ECM, 2009 Titolo curioso “Diminuito”. Nel bel libretto che accompagna il cd il Maestro Lislevand ci da una spiegazione di questo nome: “Diminutions, divisions, or glosas were one of the renaissance’s unique inventions. Technically it means embellishing a melody into a much more flavored and elaborated melody in faster…

#Review of Musiche Nuove by Rolf Lislevand, ECM 2006 on #neuguitars #blog

Review of Musiche Nuove by Rolf Lislevand, ECM 2006 Among the thoughts and ideas that emerge from the reading of Luciano Berio’s books there is also a special attention about the musician and the contemporary composer’s roles in relation to the past and their musical training. I quote from his book “Remembering the future: “The…