Introduction Lentamente, 1st mvt from Concerto for bandoneón, guitar & string orchestra (“Hommage à Liege”) – Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992)

Stanislav Angelov (Bandoneon) &  Peter Narun (Guitar)

Performed in “Piazzolla & Beyond” at the Cape Town Concert Series, Baxter Concert Hall, Cape Town, South Africa – LIVE Amateur Video

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Guitarist Peter Narun and Louise Howlett, Manager of the Cape Town Concert Series

Guitarist Peter Narun and Louise Howlett, Manager of the Cape Town Concert Series

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Peter Narun Short CV
Peter Narun graduated from his B Mus degree at the University of Cape Town with Distinction in Classical Guitar. During his undergraduate studies, he was leader of the University Guitar Ensemble. He went on to complete his Masters Degree in Guitar Performance through the University of KwaZulu-Natal, graduating Cum Laude.
Peter launched his debut solo guitar album Origin at the end of 2010, which was selected as one of Fine Music Radio’s CD’s of the Week shortly thereafter, and is still played regularly by the radio station.
He has examined both under-graduated and post-graduate recitals by students at U.C.T, and currently teaches at the music departments of Herschel Girls School and St Cyprian’s Girls School.
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Stanislav Angelov: Mendelssohn Hochshule Leipzig

Stanislav Angelov: Mendelssohn Hochshule Leipzig

Stanislav Angelov Short CV

Stanislav Angelov, aBulgarian born Classical Accordionist, holds Music degrees and diplomas from 3 continents – from Bulgaria, UK, South Africa & Argentina where he went in 2005 to study Bandoneón (another member of the Accordion family) – the instrument, which Piazzolla played & the instrument which is considered to be the soul of the Tango.

In 2004 Stanislav performed the Bandoneón (or Accordion) Concerto of Piazzolla with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of the Spanish born Maestro Francisco Bonin. Same year he led the orchestra for the production of Piazzolla’s Tango Operita “Maria de Buenos Aires”. In 2012 he performed again the Bandoneón Concerto of Piazzolla with the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of the Columbian born Maestro German Gutierez.

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Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
Doble Concierto para bandoneón, guitarra y orquesta de cuerdas (Hommage a Liege)

He wrote this concerto for the Fifth International Guitar Festival, which was held in Liège, Belgium, in 1985. Piazzolla wrote the work for guitarist Cacho Tirao and for bandoneón and played that instrument at its premiere with Tirao and the Liège Philharmonic, conducted by Leo Brouwer (himself a master composer for guitar). The opening movement is marked Introduction Lentamente. This section is for the two solo instruments only. It is a piece clearly about loneliness and longing. The absence of the orchestra facilitates the piece being written in a free, seemingly unmeasured rhythm, allowing the soloists to create the impression of an improvised movement.

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