5 edition of Andrés Segovia. found in the catalog.
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The Art of Segovia — Deutsche Grammophon, 2002. Many professional classical guitarists today were students of Segovia, or students of his students. Citation Discography of American Historical Recordings, s. Williams, whose recordings include Cavatina, a worldwide hit after it Andrés Segovia. the theme tune to the Oscar-winning film The Deer Hunter, reveals through the biography that, on a visit to London in 1977, Segovia heard him play Cavatina.
2 ; Waltz, opus 12, nr. It may well have been another two years before Segovia began to work with Llobet and there seems to be nothing that would contradict this 1917 date. Starling writes: "This is a perfect illustration of what John Williams characterises as the musical conservatism and snobbishness of Segovia. When violin lessons proved unsatisfactory, he received a little, inadequate guitar tuition from an itinerant guitar player.
In this way, he could not only obtain colour variation but an especially strong, round and voluminous sound, something very helpful for giving concerts in big halls this technique was later used by. He is remembered for his expressive performances: his wide palette of tone, and his distinctive musical personality, and style. This is perhaps best typified by Segovia's own work Estudio sin Luz.
He died in Madrid of a heart attack at the age of 94.
Many professional classical guitarists today were students of Segovia, or students of his students.