Aire Latino

Latin American Music for Guitar
2004 Telarc International - 80612
47th Annual GRAMMY award winner

Jorge Morel
1. Danza Brasilera
2. Romance Criollo

Sonatina
3. Allegretto
4. Andante espressivo
5. Allegro

6. Ariel Ramirez: Alfosina y el Mar
7. Eduardo Falu: La Cuartelera
8. Augustin Barrios: Choro de Saudade
9. Joao Pernambuco: Rebolico
10. Pernambuco: Sons de carrilhoes
11. Pernambuco: Interrogando
12. Dilermando Reis: Xodo da Baiana
13. Reis: Se ela Perguntar
14. Antonio Lauro: Seis por derecho
15. Carlos Payes: Lejania
16. Guido Santorsola: Choro No. 1
17. Heitor Villa-Lobos: Choros No. 1
18. Jorge Cardoso: Milonga
19. Cardoso: Vals peruano
20. Pablo Escobar: Chopi
21. Manuel Ponce: Scherzino Mexicano

 

"In the realm of classical guitar, there is a small handful of luminaries whose concerts and recordings have earned them international stature. Scottish-born guitarist David Russell is one of the these rare performing artists who has garnered favor with audiences, guitar aficionados, music critics and concert presenters around the world."
" Russell is a guitarist's guitarist. His playing embodies unforced, thoughtful musicaliy, made possible by an apparently effortless technique - something only a few players ever attain, let alone harness to the ends to which Russell has."
Acoustic Guitar

"...Russell coaxes a magnificent range of colors from his instrument...a charming disc and definitely a keeper."
Billboard 

"Russell's program of dances and other short movements by composers like Jorge Morel, Augustin Barrios, Villa-Lobos, and Antonio Lauro is as pristine as any of his recordings of Bach. All is exquisite detail, lustrous tone, and perfectly balanced interpretation."
American Record Guide 

"Blessed by the most natural recorded sound, Aire Latino dazzles with the rainbow of sonorities that Russell conjures on his six-string...This is a disc that will charm Latin music lovers as much as classical guitar aficionados."
The Star Ledger

 

Release Date: 01/27/2004
Label: Telarc Catalog #: 80612
Date of Recording: 4/2003
Venue: Peggy and Yale Gordon Center, Maryland