I am surprised no one has commented on this new double-CD release yet.
David Jaggs, Simon Cartwright, and team have simply outdone themselves with this new effort. The theme is unabashedly a Segovia tribute album, but done at a supremely high level. I've now listened to both discs several times, and would seriously nominate the album for "Best Solo Classical Instrumental Recording" for this year. Disc 1 contains pieces written for Segovia, including Tansman's In Modo Polonico, Duarte's English Suite, Ponce's Sonata Mexicana, and Torroba's Suite Castellana. Single-movement works by Haug, Tedesco, and Rodrigo intersperse the larger compositions. 68:40 recording time.
Disc 2 is a set of Segovia transcriptions (well, OK, also ones made by Tarrega, Llobet, & Lorimer). These include works from Purcell, Rameau, Bach, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Greig, Albeniz, and several others. Nothing by Granados, which I thought a mite odd, but one can't squeeze everything into just under 66 minutes of CD time, and it really is not "missed".
Mills plays these works on a 2012 Ramirez 1a, intentionally commemorating 100 years since Segovia got his Manuel Ramirez guitar. There's a very detailed 24-page booklet which comes with the album, all packaged in a DVD size case rather than the traditional jewel case size.
A Google search for "Segovia the Ramirez years" will point you to the source for purchase.
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