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Pedro Mateo González|Ferdinand Rebay: Violin and Guitar Sonatas - Viola and Guitar Sonata

Ferdinand Rebay: Violin and Guitar Sonatas - Viola and Guitar Sonata

Pedro Mateo González, José Manuel Álvarez & Joaquín Riquelme

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Ferdinand Rebay: Violin and Guitar Sonatas - Viola and Guitar Sonata

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1
Sonata for violin and guitar in E Minor: I. Allegro ma non troppo
Jose Manuel Alvarez
00:06:44

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

2
Sonata for violin and guitar in E Minor: II. Variationen über ein kärntner Volkslied
Jose Manuel Alvarez
00:04:23

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

3
Sonata for violin and guitar in E Minor: III. Menuetto
Jose Manuel Alvarez
00:04:49

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

4
Sonata for violin and guitar in E Minor: IV. Rondo (Finale)
Pedro Mateo González
00:07:06

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

5
Sonata for violin and guitar in C Minor: I. Mässiges Marschtempo
Pedro Mateo González
00:05:42

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

6
Sonata for violin and guitar in C Minor: II. Variationen über: “Und der Hans schleicht umher"
Pedro Mateo González
00:06:47

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

7
Sonata for violin and guitar in C Minor: III. Scherzo
Pedro Mateo González
00:03:42

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

8
Sonata for violin and guitar in C Minor: IV. Ein fröhliches “perpetuum mobile” in Weber’s Manier
Jose Manuel Alvarez
00:04:13

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Jose Manuel Alvarez, MainArtist - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

9
Sonata for viola and guitar in D Minor: I. Sehr mässig bewegt
Pedro Mateo González
00:06:42

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist - Joaquín Riquelme, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

10
Sonata for viola and guitar in D Minor: II. Sehr ruhig und zart
Pedro Mateo González
00:05:10

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist - Joaquín Riquelme, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

11
Sonata for viola and guitar in D Minor: III. Scherzo
Pedro Mateo González
00:05:17

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist - Joaquín Riquelme, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

12
Sonata for viola and guitar in D Minor: IV. Rondo
Pedro Mateo González
00:05:40

Ferdinand Rebay, Composer - Gonzalo Noqué, Producer - Pedro Mateo González, MainArtist - Joaquín Riquelme, MainArtist

(C) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L. (P) 2015 Ediciones Eudora, S.L.

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