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Concierto de Aranjuez - David Franzen and the Olympia Symphony Orchestra
Concierto de Aranjuez - David Franzen and the Olympia Symphony Orchestra
Concierto de Aranjuez - David Franzen and the Olympia Symphony Orchestra

Concierto de Aranjuez - David Franzen and the Olympia Symphony Orchestra

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Concierto de Aranjuez by Joaquin Rodrigo. Performed by David Franzen and the Olympia Symphony Orchestra with Huw Edwards conducting.

Recuerdos de la Alhambra performed by David Franzen. Plus bonus discography and gallery.

Total Running Time: 63'11"

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    He is a powerful player with confidence on stage. Having noticed his forthright and excellent musicianship, it was surprising to find him somewhat shy and retiring in person after the recital.

    — SOUNDBOARD MAGAZINE

     

    An American guitarist stole the thunder from three well-known Russian composers at Saturday’s Vancouver Symphony concert. With guitarist David Franzen leading the way, the Vancouver Symphony sounded better than ever as it opened what promises to be its best-ever season. Franzen was fundamentally flawless in his delivery of Guitar Concerto No. 1 by Italian composer Mario Castelvuovo-Tedesco, the only non-Russian composer on the program.

    — THE DAILY COLUMBIAN

     

    What was apparent in his performance probably was what helped him win: articulate playing and cool confidence. Franzen handled the often rhapsodic solo passages with finesse. The second movement Adagio is some of Rodrigo’s most exquisite music, and its melody is instantly recognizable. The performance of this movement was perhaps the finest of the evening, thanks largely to Franzen’s beautiful performance.

    — THE WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL