Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - a recital from Aruba born Guitarist Marlon Titre in music of Bach, Sor, Tarrega and others. Recorded by France Musique on November 20th.
December 1, 2010

Marlon Titre - astonishing newcomer.

A recital this week via Radio France live from Paris. A concert featuring Aruba-born Guitarist Marlon Titre who, at the age of 25 has already been Professor of Guitar at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague for three years, composer in Residence at The Hague Residente Orchestra since he was 18 and has enjoyed an almost meteoric rise on the concert stage around the world since.

And today you get to hear why.

Recorded this past November 20th, Titre plays a recital of music by Bach, Sor, Tarrega, Ponce, Villa-Lobos, Brouwer, Lauro and Mertz.

Just a little over an hour, the concert fits on one player so there's no break.

Here is the program rundown:

Théâtre des Abbesses : Récital Marlon Titre, Guitare

Jean-Sébastien Bach
Sonate N°1 en Sol mineur Bwv.1001

Johann-Kaspar Mertz
An Malvina, Ext. de Bardenklänge Op.13

Francisco Tárrega
Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Fernando Sor
Grand Solo en Ré majeur Op.14

Manuel Ponce
Sonata III

Heitor Villa-Lobos
Etude en Mi mineur Op.25 N°1
Etude en Mi maj Op.25 N°7
Etude en Ut dièse mineur Op.25 N°8

Leo Brouwer
Paisaje Cubano con Fiesta

Antonnio Lauro
Seis por Derecho

Concert donné le 20 novembre 2010

Announcements are in French (the intro is a little over a minute) and the audience is enthusiastic. You might be too.

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