The Annual
Sunday November 25, 2007

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Concert 6:

Sunday November 25, 2007 3pm

St Scholastica Chapel, Avenue Road Glebe
Sydney Conservatorium of Music and Murilo Tanouye (guitar)



BACH: Das Musikalishe Opfer BWV 1079


Murilo Tanouye (guitar)
J.S. Bach
- 'Sarabande' and 'Gigue' from Lute Suite BWV 997
J. Rodrigo - Sonata Giocosa (I. Allegro Moderato, II. Andante, III. Allegro)
A. Vivaldi - Concerto for Lute in D Major RV 93 (I. Allegro, II. Largo, III. Allegro) performed with members of the Ensemble.

JS Bach - Das musikalische Opfer (The Musical Offering)
Canons, Fugues and Ricercars

1. Theme
2. Canon a 2 cancrizans
3. Canon a2
4. Canon a 2 Violini un unisono
5. Canon a 2 per Tonos
6. Canon a 2 per Augmentationem Contrario Motu
7. Canon Perpetuus
8. Ricercar a 3
9. Canon perpetuus super Thema Regium
10. Fuga canonica in Epidiapente
11. Canon a 4
12. Canon a 2 per Motum contrarium
13. Canon a 6

Players are:
Megan Lang - Baroque Flute
Laura Bell - Recorder
Matt Greco - Baroque Violin
Anna O'Brien - Baroque Violin
Bronwen Whyatt - Baroque Cello
Annika Stagg - Viola da Gamba
Matthew Curry - Double Bass
Anthony Hamad - Harpsichord

Murilo Tanouye
© 2007Patricia Baillie

Born in Brazil, Murilo Tanouye began his musical pursuit by learning Jazz and Bossa Nova on the guitar, his country's national instrument. At age thirteen, he began having lessons with a self-taught popular guitarist that showed him the guitar style of Brazilian legends such as Baden Powell and Joao Gilberto.

Three years later, Mr. Tanouye received a full scholarship to study in the US with distinguished American classical guitarist Carl Bernstein. In 2003 he was accepted to pursue further studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music under the guidance of Gregory Pikler and decided to move to Australia. During his studies he was awarded scholarships from the Conservatorium as well as from the University of Sydney. His final recital at the Conservatorium was extremely well received and featured notoriously difficult works from J.S. Bach, Benjamin Britten and the Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe. Also, Mr. Tanouye has recently finished his thesis on the guitar music of the influential Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, which earned him first-class honours.

Mr. Tanouye performs extensively around Sydney, having played at venues such as the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Sydney Theatre and the Sydney Verbruggen Hall, as well as participated in a number of films, musicals and cultural events. He has recently toured New South Wales with renowned pianist David Miller premiering a new work by Sydney-based composer Stephen Yates.



© 2007Patricia Baillie



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