“Decameron Negro” published

Aquarius Records publishing house from Zagreb has published Decameron Negro, the solo-album by Victor Vidovic. It will be on sale in Aquarius Records cd-shops. The concert promotion of the album will be held beginning of February 2005 in Zagreb.

# title   duration
1 India
Roland Dyens
Libra Sonatine
5.29
2 Largo
– –
3.51
3 Fuoco
– –
4.00
4 Val (Wave)
Viktor Vidovic
6.00
5 Allegro
William Walton
Five Bagatelles
3.52
6 Lento
– –
3.17
7 Alla Cubana
– –
2.04
8 (Lento)
– –
2.07
9 Con Slancio
– –
2.53
10 Hommage á Jimi Hendrix, op. 5
Carlo Domeniconi
15.29
11 El Arpa del Guerrero por el Valle de los Ecos
Leo Brouwer
El Decameron Negro
4.17
12 La Huida de los Amantes
– –
4.50
13 Ballada de la Doncella Enamorada
– –
6.00
14 I
Toru Takemitsu
Folios
2.24
15 II
– –
2.20
16 III
– –
2.45

Vidovic & Zeravica guitars

Vidovic and Zeravica co-operate

Victor Vidovic starts playing a guitar built by Croatian constructor Marinko Josip Zeravica, a master craftsman currently living and working in Mainz, Germany. About his model, the Sempiterna, Vidovic says: “It is a beautifully crafted instrument, enchanting in its sound colour and volume, the wholeness of its tone spectrum and its magical warmth.“. Vidovic and Zeravica will continue to co-operate, sharing their knowledge and experience.

Viktor Vidović, gitara

2001., Torroba, Tarrega, Berkeley, Papandopulo, Jose

# title   duration
1 Allegretto
Federico M. Torroba
(1891. – 1983.)
Sonatina
3.32
2 Andante
– –
4.13
3 Allegro
– –
3.28
4 Maria
Francisco Tarrega
(1852. – 1909.)
1.13
5 Marieta
– –
2.26
6 Mazurka en sol
– –
2.56
7 Capricho Arabe
– –
3.53
8 Rosita
– –
1.10
9 Sonata in one
Michael Berkeley
(r. 1948.)
Movement
14.18
10 Allegretto vivace
Boris Papandopulo (1906. – 1991.)
Tri plesa
3.14
11 Moderato
– –
3.57
12 Allegro commodo
– –
2.53
13 Allegro moderato
Antonio Jose
(1902. – 1936.)
Sonata
6.17
14 Minueto
– –
2.36
15 Pavana triste
– –
4.46
16 Final
– –
4.24

Victor Vidovic, Guitare

REM 1990, works of Scarlatti, Sor, Giuliani, Kelterborn, Torroba, Ponce

# title duration
1 Sonate en Mi majeur
Domenico Scarlatti
(1685. – 1757.)
3.42
2 Sonate en La majeur
– –
2.48
3 Introduction
Fernando Sor
(1778. – 1839.)
Introduction, theme et variations sur un theme de Mozart
1.20
4 Theme
– –
0.50
5 Variation 1
– –
0.52
6 Variation 2
– –
1.23
7 Variation 3
– –
0.45
8 Variation 4
– –
0.34
9 Variation 5
– –
0.36
10 Coda
– –
0.40
11 Grande Ouverture, op. 61
Mauro Giuliani
(1781. – 1829.)
8.30
12 Monologue 1
Rudolf Kelterborn
(1931. – )
Cinq Monologues
3.27
13 Monologue 2
– –
2.21
14 Monologue 3
– –
3.44
15 Monologue 4
– –
1.17
16 Monologue 5
– –
2.33
17 Fandanguillo
Federico Moreno Torroba
(1882. – 1982.)
Suite Castellana
1.49
18 Arada
– –
1.50
19 Danza
– –
1.59
20 Theme
Manuel Ponce
(1882. – 1948.)
Theme varie et final
1.11
21 Variation 1
– –
0.42
22 Variation 2
– –
1.02
23 Variation 3
– –
0.41
24 Variation 4
– –
0.36
25 Variation 5
– –
0.38
26 Variation 6
– –
1.20
27 Final
– –
2.43