At the Boston Guitarfest in 2013, there was a fine premiere performance of Gregg’s two-guitar arrangement of Korngold’s Intermezzo & Hornpipe from Much Ado About Nothing. Guitarists Zaira Meneses and Adam Levin joined forces to perform this piece.
Here is a video of the duo playing the arrangement:
Intermezzo & Hornpipe from Much Ado About Nothing
German guitarist Oliver Eidam recently completed a live YouTube video featuring the Rózsa Guitar Sonata, written for me by Hungarian master composer Miklós Rózsa in 1986. (Rózsa wrote the music for such films as “Ben Hur”, “Spellbound” and concert works such as the Violin Concerto commissioned and recorded by Jascha Heifetz.) I am happy to provide the links below to his masterly performance. The Rózsa Guitar Sonata should be in every guitarist’s repertoire.
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