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Concierto del Sur

Christian Reichert, Guitar Plovdiv Symphony Orchestra Nayden Todorov, Conductor

Includes two compact discs and printed solo part

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PERFORMANCE NOTES

If you want to play the rasqueados at the beginning of the Cadenza and in the last six bars of the third movement, you have to use the following technique: imagine that four thirty-second-notes are like one circle. I always start the circle with the thumb moving up (which means from the high strings to the low strings). The reason I start with the thumb is that it is the strongest finger, and so has to be the first of these four notes. The following three notes I do with the "a", "m" and "i" fingers in this order moving down (meaning from the low strings to the high strings). This should be practiced very slowly at the beginning and always having in mind that the right hand is not too tensioned and the moves are not too big. Only then can one make it to a proper speed.

In certain places I prefer Andres Segovia's version of the Concierto del Sur, which he used in his concerts and his recording of the concerto. The concerto was written for him and he worked out the score veryclosely with Ponce. Some places differ from Ponce's first ideas, sounding much better and, ultimately, becoming established in the guitar world. In this matter I find it very interesting to read a short extract from a letter that Andres Segovia wrote to Manuel Ponce after receiving his Preludes:

Certainly the preludes are not usable in the way in which they have been conceived. Most of them are of a difficulty which is incompatible with the character of elementary studies which is given to them by the scale which precedes each one; and some of them are totally impossible.

This quotation should not put down Ponce's status as a composer. But it makes clear how much he worked together with Segovia and appreciated his opinion. And we as guitarists should not stick like glue to every note, but rather try to find the music between the notes.

Christian Reichert Freiburg (Germany) November 2005

MUSi~ Minus.One is pleased to,Present one oftJ~e greatest compositions for guitar and orchestra to ever come out of Latin Amenca: Manuel Ponce s legendary Concierto del Sur.

Manuel Maria Ponce was born in Zacatecas, Mexico, on 8 December 1882. He first studied with his sister, and then with Cipriano Avila. He later would become an organist before studying in Mexico City, moving then to Bologna and Berlin, where he studied piano with Martin Krause. He returned to Mexico City and became a professor of piano at the Conservatorio Nacional. His involvement in a panel of judges (the others included Faure and Saint-Saens) for a competition marking the Mexican centennial furthered his reputation both in his native country and in the musical world at large; and the wildly successful premiere in 1912 of his piano concerto raised him to the highest status among Mexican composers.

In 1925 he returned to Europe, studying with Paul Dukas in Paris. His fame increased in Europe during his stay there, and he cemented a lifelong friendship with Andres Segovia at that time. Ultimately he returned to Mexico in 1933 and continned teaching and composing. By the time of his death on 24 April 1948, he had accumulated a sizeable oeuvre, including many compositions for guitar that stand at the forefront of Latin American music for the instrument,

Ponce's eminence among Mexican musicians of the 20th century cannot be overstated. It was he who coalesced a national style of music ill that country. Though his early work was largely romantic ill form and style, his frequent use of traditional Mexican musical elements, as well as his experimentation with and frequent utilization of iJupressionist, neoclassical, and-later UI his career-atonal styles, helped to form a unique departure from Spanish convention in guitar composition

Such stylistic uniqueness makes itself plainly clear UI the Concierto del Sur. It was on 4 October 1941 that the work premiered in Montevideo, with Segovia as soloist. This concerto remains one of the undisputed masterworks for guitar and orchestra, and is arguably the greatest guitar concerto to emerge from Latin America. Though composed UI a standard three-movement form, its unconventional melodic style and distinctly Latin American feel predominate, integrating a near-perfect balance between guitar and orchestra. The writing for the guitar is brilliant, forthright and leaves a strong iJupression on both player and audio ence. It is these qualities that make it a vital part of the modern guitarist's repertoire.

TIns Music Minns One edition presents a bravura performance of this 20th-century classic from virtuoso guitarist Christian Reichert. Study his technique, then you stand center-stage with the PIovdiv Symphony Orchestra under Maestro Nayden Todorov for your OWlI Latin spectacular. Bravo!

Mal/lie! POlice

Master Guitarist Christian Reichert is one of the world's fastest-rising musical artists, showing a command of the classical guitar that encompasses both virtuosity and extreme sensitivity The guitarist with "the fascinating technical experience and perfect rhythm" WOll several international prizes ill Spain (Andres Segovia International Guitar Competition), Poland, Bulgaria (International Guitar Foundation) and Germany.

Since then the artist who "fills the audience easily with enthusiasm" (El Pais, Spain) concertizes and gives master-classes frequently all over Europe, including RUSSia and Bulgaria, ill the U.S. and oilier international venues. (Paris, Moscow, Granada, Montreux, Stockholm, Krakow, Sofia, Vienna, et al.)

Born In Germany, he studied at the Wurzburg, Freiburg and Cologne academies with ArgeJltinean master Roberto Aussel, as well as with Sonja Prunnbauer, Johannes Tappert and Hans Koch.

During his studies he took part in master-classes with such guitarists as Leo Brouwer, MaJ1Uel Barrueco, Roland Dyens, Sharon Isbill, Alvaro Pierri, Hubert Kappel and others,

Mr. Reichert is a frequent teacher of master-classes and regularly performs a soloist and with all kinds of ensembles. Several composers have dedicated guitar works to him, and UI addition to his much-lauded and constantly broadening compact disc recordings for Music Minus One, he has recorded for many oilier labels and for many television and radio stations in Europe. If you'd like to learn more about this extraordinary artist, visit his website at www.christisnreichert.com.

Music Minus One feels very honored to be able to offer guitarists around the world the extraordinary series of recordings undertaken by Mr. Reichert for our label SIDce 1999.

Tms MUSIC MINUS ONE EDInON INCLUDES:

• a compact disc containing the complete performance of the concerto in digitally remastered stereo;

• a second digital stereo version of the concerto minus the soloist, thoroughly indexed for ease of practice and performance;

• a second compact disc featuring the reference version repeated at full-speed; followed by a -20% slow-tempo version of the accornpaniment for practice purposes;

· an authoritative performance edition of the guitar part, edited by

tr. Reichert: newly engraved and printed on hlgh-qualit ivory paper.

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One of the greatest of the younger generation of conductors working today, Nayden Todorov has forged a solid place for himself on the world stage, and has lent his experienced hand to many of Music Minus One's most exdtmg and successful releases. A native ofPlovdiv, Bulgaria, Maestro Todorov conducted Ins first concert at age 16. He studied in Vienna under Karl Osterreicher and Uros Lajovic, and has gone on to conduct major orchestras across the European continent, the U.S. and ill Israel, where he was also resident conductor of the Haifa Symphony Orchestra. In 2000, Mr. Todorov became Music Director of both the Plovdiv Philharmnnic Orchestra and of the Plovdiv National Opera. In 2004, he became music director and principal conductor for the world-renowned Sofia Philharmonic,

In addition to his recordings for MMO, he has regularly recorded for Danacord, Naxos, and many oilier labels worldwide. He commands a vast range of symphonic, ballet and operatic repertoire and is one of the 1110St indemand conductors ill the music world.

A typical itinerary for summer and fall of 2005 reveals the following; concerts with the National Radio Symphony ill Sofia, a concert in Austria with the Sofia Philharmonic, followed by concerts with the same ensemble UI Sofia and Bourgas, then a tour of Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Austria with their foremost resident orchestras within a span of three weeks, to be followed by a one-month. tour in Germany with his own ordiestra.the Plovdiv Symphony; and aJI opera tom ill the U.S. ill October.

Recordings during the same period include an album of opera arias with the Plovdiv Orchestra for Balkanton, the Bulgarian national record company; a recording of three operas by Rachmaninov with the Sofia National Opera for NAXOS; and for Music Minus One, piano concerti by Saint-Sacns and Grieg: this fabled concerto for guitar by Manuel Ponce; and two albums of opera arias.

Recorded September 2005 at Philharmonic Hall and at Studio 1, Bulgarian National RadiO, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Album Producer MICHAEL NORELL· Audio Producer IVAJLO YANEV • Editors NIKOLAY PEEV, ROUMYANA STOYANOVA Engineer MINKO KRASTEV • Master Preparation RICHARD PRICE, Greg Squires Productions

Cover Graphic Design PATTI MILES· Executive Producer IRVING KRATKA

~ STEREO This recording utilized 96kHz/24-bit technology for high-definition sound Approximate performance time: 28'38"

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