προϊόντα στο καλάθι
• Franco Margola (1908-1992) has his musical roots in the 19th century, in particular in the cultural movement which was predominantly interested in instrumental music, as opposed to the opera. Franco’s musical language is classicist, with clear formal structures and a leading role for the melody.
• Margola was one of the first to treat the mandolin as a serious classical instrument, and this new recording presents a selection of works for mandolin, guitar, violin and piano, in diverse combinations with each other: highly attractive music of immediate appeal!
• Played mandolin player Raffaele La Ragione, and his ensemble, who already recorded a CD with music for mandolin quartet by Calace for Brilliant Classics.
Margola: Adagio for mandolin and piano
Margola: Allegro for violin and guitar
Margola: Fantasia for guitar and piano
Margola: Grande Sonata
Margola: Moderato for mandolin and piano
Margola: Pezzi (3)
Margola: Piccola Suonata
Margola: Romanza senza parole
Margola: Sonata for violin and guitar
Richiedei: Minimal Choro