Album info

Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
17.05.2019

Label: Universal

Genre: Guitar

Subgenre: Classical Guitar

Album including Album cover

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Artita for Violin Solo No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004:
  • 1Artita for Violin Solo No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004: 5. Chaconne - Arr. For Guitar16:39
  • Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar:
  • 2Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar: 1. Präludium03:30
  • 3Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar: 2. Allemande02:30
  • 4Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar: 3. Courante01:52
  • 5Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar: 4. Sarabande02:50
  • 6Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar: 5. Bourrée01:43
  • 7Suite In E Minor, BWV 996 - Arr. For Guitar: 6. Gigue03:49
  • Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012:
  • 8Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: 1. Prélude - Arr. For Guitar06:17
  • 9Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: 2. Allemande - Arr. For Guitar04:27
  • 10Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: 3. Courante - Arr. For Guitar02:27
  • 11Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: 4. Sarabande - Arr. For Guitar02:22
  • 12Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: 5. Gavotte I-II - Arr. For Guitar03:29
  • 13Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: 6. Gigue - Arr. For Guitar02:37
  • Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828): Schwanengesang
  • 14Schwanengesang: Ständchen "Leise flehen meine Lieder" - Arr. For Guitar05:22
  • Antonio Lauro (1917 - 1986): Waltzes From Venezuela:
  • 15Waltzes From Venezuela: 3.Valse Criollo02:06
  • Edith Piaf (1915 - 1963), Marguerite Angele Monnot (1903 - 1961):
  • 16L'hymne à l'amour (Guitar Version)04:00
  • Total Runtime01:06:00

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Kiyoshi Shomura's guitar lessons began at the age of nine, first studying with his father, Masato Shomura, and later with Yasumasa Ohara. In 1964, Mr. Shomura traveled to Spain to study with renowned guitarist, Narciso Yepes, who during a visit to Japan the previous year recognized Mr. Shomura's potential. Mr. Shomura performed several recitals in Europe during his stay in 1967-68.

Before returning to Japan in 1969, Mr. Shomura performed approximately forty highly acclaimed recitals throughout Italy over a two-year period from 1968 to1969. After his 1969 recital debut in Japan, he returned to Italy as the Japanese representative at the 1971 World Youth Association International, and continued recitals abroad with a twenty-eight-city tour throughout North America.

Since his early years, Mr. Shomura's concerts have covered a wide range of musical styles. In addition to solo recitals and performances with Japan's major orchestras, Mr. Shomura often collaborates with his colleagues to perform duo and trio concerts, with various instruments such as flute, voice, piano, violin, and mandolin. And as an advocate of contemporary works for guitar, he premiered and recorded Toru Takemitsu's guitar works, including a work written for him by Takemitsu, "In the Woods (1995) - three pieces for guitar." He continues today to commission and premier works by Japanese composers playing an important role in expanding the guitar repertoire. Kiyoshi Shomura records for the Toshiba EMI Label.

In 2014, he celebrated the 45th anniversary of his career as a guitarist. In December 2013, he released “Recuerdos de la Alhambra” featuring his roots, Spanish music. Other highlights of his 45th anniversary includes performing three guitar concertos with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra conducted by Naoto Otomo and several recitals throughout Japan.

Kiyoshi Shomura, classical guitar



Kiyoshi Shomura
guitar lessons began at the age of nine, first studying with his father, Masato Shomura, and later with Yasumasa Ohara. In 1964, Mr. Shomura traveled to Spain to study with renowned guitarist, Narciso Yepes, who during a visit to Japan the previous year recognized Mr. Shomura's potential. Mr. Shomura performed several recitals in Europe during his stay in 1967-68.

Before returning to Japan in 1969, Mr. Shomura performed approximately forty highly acclaimed recitals throughout Italy over a two-year period from 1968 to1969. After his 1969 recital debut in Japan, he returned to Italy as the Japanese representative at the 1971 World Youth Association International, and continued recitals abroad with a twenty-eight-city tour throughout North America.

Since his early years, Mr. Shomura's concerts have covered a wide range of musical styles. In addition to solo recitals and performances with Japan's major orchestras, Mr. Shomura often collaborates with his colleagues to perform duo and trio concerts, with various instruments such as flute, voice, piano, violin, and mandolin. And as an advocate of contemporary works for guitar, he premiered and recorded Toru Takemitsu's guitar works, including a work written for him by Takemitsu, "In the Woods (1995) - three pieces for guitar." He continues today to commission and premier works by Japanese composers playing an important role in expanding the guitar repertoire. Kiyoshi Shomura records for the Toshiba EMI Label.

In 2014, he celebrated the 45th anniversary of his career as a guitarist. In December 2013, he released “Recuerdos de la Alhambra” featuring his roots, Spanish music. Other highlights of his 45th anniversary includes performing three guitar concertos with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra conducted by Naoto Otomo and several recitals throughout Japan.

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