Guitar Reviews by Rick Payman

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  1. Luigi Legnani: 36 Capricci Op. 20 by Lucio Matarazzo ·
    This CD is my first exposure to the works of Luigi Legnini (1790-1877), and I must admit it has come as something of a revelation. Legnani was a great friend of Paganini, and indeed there are similarities between these Guitar works and Paganini'...(more)
    Recordings: Classical · Posted: 6/12/2001 by Rick Payman (10059)
  2. Journey To The Amazon by Sharon Isbin ·
    A delightful and atmospheric recording featuring the virtuoso guitar playing of Sharon Isbin, together with some somewhat unusual percussion accompaniment, and (on three tracks only) soprano saxophone.
    Recordings: Classical · Posted: 6/12/2001 by Rick Payman (10059)
  3. INTUITE by Pierre Bensusan ·
    What can I say that hasn't already been said ? (See <a href="">here</a> for details).<BR> Whether or not you already have any Pierre Bensusan in your Acoustic collection, I highly recommend <I>this</I> a...(more)
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · Posted: 7/6/2001 by Rick Payman (10059)
  4. Only by Tommy Emmanuel ·
    If you appreciate good acoustic guitar music, or indeed any good music, then this disc should be in your collection. Tommy is a guitarist of many talents, and this album of original acoustic compositions shows his sensitivity and honesty in crea...(more)
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · Posted: 8/17/2002 by Rick Payman (10059)
  5. Naxos Web Site ·
    A fantastic resource for all music lovers, the site contains information on every Naxos release, easily searchable by Artist, Composer, Instrument, Genre. <br/><br/> By registering, you can listen to <i>every single track</i> on-line (only 25% o...(more)
    Writing/Recording: Record Companies · Posted: 11/12/2004 by Rick Payman (10059)
  6. John Williams | Guitarist's Music Site ·
    John Williams created this site in 2009, to coincide with the release of his CD "From a Bird". Here you can find 5 hand-written transcriptions of original compositions from the CD, plus the rhythmic "Musha Study" for ensemble. These, together wi...(more)
    Musicians: Musician Websites · Posted: 7/24/2012 by Rick Payman (10059)