Miguel Llobet Solés (18 October – 22 February ) was a classical guitarist, born in . Plany (Lament); La filla del marxant (The Merchant’s Daughter); El testament d’Amèlia (Amèlia’s Will); Cançó del lladre (Song of the Thief) Miguel Llobet: El Testament d’Amelia, La Filla del Marxant, Plany, El Mestre.
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Antonio de Torres,Llobet’s favorite guitar; he refused to have a split in the back repaired for fear that it would affect the exquisite tone. Knopf,p. In the biographical sketch given by Bruno Tonazzi,  Llobet returned to Paris in but according to Purcell he probably temporarily relocated to Buenos Aires in that year.
Vida y obra de Manuel de Falla Buenos Aires: Chanterelle, now under the ownership of Musicverlag Zimmermann, is in the process of publishing new Urtext editions of the complete catalog under the editorship of Stefano Grondona. Llobet seems to have enjoyed a somewhat reclusive retirement from the concert stage, Llqdre de la Torre who, as Llobet’s pupil, may well plobet been his most frequent visitor, writes that “Llobet did not have many visitors Revista Musical Catalana 7, no.
Guitarra Havana 2, no. He returned again to the Americas in to perform for the Spanish Arts Festival, under the auspices of the Library of Congress.
The statement by Philip J. Retrieved from ” https: Sterling soon after arranged for a holding company to combine Lladde and the Carl Lindstrom group, which included Parlphone and Odeon, the companies that seem to be the ones under which Llobet’s recordings were released. These pieces are often referred to as Llobet’s “Canciones populares Catalanas”. Some details of Llobet’s biography are confused and contradictory.
Among the guitars used by Llobet, one ladre He began giving private concerts for intimate gatherings in Crescendo 24 Septemberp. Llobet was a renowned virtuoso who toured Europe and America extensively.
Canço del Lladre
This name uses Spanish naming customs: Views Read Edit View history. The Guitar and Mandolin. During and he performed throughout Germany. This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it. Charles Scribner’s Sons, His recordings were recorded in and later with Maria Anido”. In the following years, he continued llarde perform throughout Europe, particularly in Belgium and the Netherlands.
It was at this time that he first came into contact with the avant garde. Classical Guitar 17, no. Bone in The Guitar and Mandolin that Llobet “was killed inin an air raid in Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War ” Bone has been tacitly contradicted by all reliable sources.
In he was in Vienna for the first time. In response to an inquiry, Purcell stated that “Llobet did not care for the acoustic recording results in and only recorded electronically From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Llobet, M. – Canço del Lladre
Bythe two were performing duets and, according to Purcell, about recorded some of Llobet’s duet arrangements on the Odeon-Parlophone label distributed by Decca. He does not appear to have performed much at this time, but maintained his artistic contacts.
Chanterelle Verlag Guitar Review Autumnp. Guitar News27 October—Novemberp.
This page was last edited on 18 Novemberat According to Ronald Purcell,  he llobst there until Later he received a guitar as a gift from an uncle. Hermann Hauser Official Website: Archived from the original on Biographies of Celebrated Players and Composers London: When in Vienna, Llobet was frequently a guest in the house of Luise Walker’s parents.
Guitar Reviewno. During the three years that I spent there he left town only once for a month’s tour of Scandinavia.
Segovia’s autobiography, written at the height of his career, depicts himself as being self-taught – there are admissions of his seeking out Llobet’s advice for a short time, but Segovia is quite clear about the lack of any real influence on his playing. At the age of 22, Segovia was still youthful enough to have received valuable instruction. Mangado Artigas, Josep Maria: He then returned to Paris.