Reginald Smith Brindle: El Polifemo de Oro (Polyphemus of Gold)

Other Video and Audio Samples:

Abel Fleury

Abel Fleury: Estilo Pampeano

Kazu Suwa plays Estilo Pampeano by Argentinean composer Abel Fleury from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #7).

Abel Fleury: Milongueo del Ayer

Kazu Suwa plays Milongueo del Ayer by Argentinean composer Abel Fleury from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #8).

Abel Fleury: Te Vas Milonga (Milonga)

Kazu Suwa plays Te Vas Milonga by Argentinean composer Abel Fleury from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #9).

Agustín Barrios Mangoré

Agustín Barrios Mangoré: Aire de Zamba

Kazu Suwa plays Aire de Zamba by Paraguayan composer Agustín Barrios Mangoré from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #13).

Agustín Barrios Mangoré: Choro da Saudade

Kazu Suwa plays Choro da Saudade by Paraguayan composer Agustín Barrios Mangoré from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #12).

Agustín Barrios Mangoré: Vals No.3

Kazu Suwa plays Vals No.3 by Paraguayan composer Agustín Barrios Mangoré from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #16).

Alfonso X of Castile

Alfonso X ‘the Wise’: Canticles of Holy Mary: Canticle 118

Kazu Suwa plays Canticle (Cantiga) No.118 from The Canticles of Holy Mary (Cantigas de Santa Maria) by Alfonso X of Castile the wise (23 November 1221 – 4 April 1284). Arranged for guitar by Mikio Hoshido.

Ángel Barrios

Ángel Barrios: Arroyos de la Alhambra (Streams of the Alhambra): Evocación

Kazu Suwa plays Evocación from Arroyos de la Alhambra (Streams of the Alhambra) by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios. Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #23).

Ángel Barrios: Eloisa

Kazu Suwa plays Eloisa by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 1882–Madrid, 1964). Nicknamed ‘Melodía (Melody)’, this piece is a homage to Barrios’s older sister who died prematurely. Barrios wrote this piece in D minor in memory of Eloisa.

Ángel Barrios: Tango Zapateado

Kazu Suwa plays Tango Zapateado by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios. This Tango Zapateado is subtitled - crazy footworks.

Ángel Barrios: Villancico Granadino

Kazu Suwa plays Villancico Granadino by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios.

Ángel Barrios: Zacatín - Farruca for guitar

Kazu Suwa plays Zacatín - Farruca for guitar by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios.

Ángel Barrios: Arroyos de la Alhambra (Streams of the Alhambra): Tonadilla

Kazu Suwa plays Tonadilla from Arroyos de la Alhambra (Streams of the Alhambra) by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #24).

Ángel Barrios: Cristinilla (Pavana)

Kazu Suwa plays Cristinilla by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #17).

Ángel Barrios: De Cádiz a La Habana (From Cádiz to Habana)

Kazu Suwa plays De Cádiz a La Habana (From Cádiz to Habana) by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #19).

Ángel Barrios: Flor Granadina (Granada's Flower)

Kazu Suwa plays Flor Granadina by Ángel Barrios from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #16).

Ángel Barrios: Jardín granadino (Granada's garden)

Kazu Suwa plays Jardín granadino (Granada's garden) by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #21).

Ángel Barrios: Rosario de la aurora

Kazu Suwa plays Rosario de la aurora by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #22).

Ángel Barrios: Viejo romance (Old Romance)

Kazu Suwa plays Viejo romance (Old Romance) by Spanish composer Ángel Barrios (Granada, 4 January 1882–Madrid, 26 November 1964) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #20).

Baden Powell de Aquino

Baden Powell de Aquino: Retrato Brasileiro (Brazilian Portrait) – Choro Lento

Kazu Suwa plays Retrato Brasileiro (Brazilian Portrait) – Choro Lento by Baden Powell de Aquino (6 August 1937 – 26 September 2000).

Baden Powell de Aquino: Valsa Sem Nome (Waltz without a name)

Kazu Suwa plays Valsa Sem Nome (Waltz without a name) by Brazilian composer Baden Powell de Aquino.

Dilermando Reis

Dilermando Reis: Alma Apaixionada (Passionate Soul)

Kazu Suwa plays Alma Apaixionada by Brazilian composer Dilermando Reis.

Dilermando Reis: Desengano (Disillusion)

Kazu Suwa plays Desengano by Brazilian composer Dilermando Reis.

Dilermando Reis: Eterna Saudade (Valsa)

Kazu Suwa plays Eterna Saudade (Valsa) by Brazilian composer Dilermando Reis from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #15).

Dilermando Reis: Feitiço

Kazu Suwa plays Feitiço by Brazilian composer Dilermando Reis.

Dilermando Reis: Se Ela Perguntar (If she asks)

Kazu Suwa plays Se Ela Perguntar (If she asks) by Brazilian composer Dilermando Reis from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #10).

Edvard Grieg

Edvard Grieg: Ensom vandrer (Solitary traveler) from Lyric pieces Book 3, Op. 43, No. 2 Arranged by Kazu Suwa

Kazu Suwa plays Ensom vandrer (Solitary traveler) from Lyric pieces Book 3, Op. 43, No. 2 by Edvard Grieg from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #10). Arranged for guitar by Kazu Suwa.

Enríquez de Valderrábano

Enríquez de Valderrábano: Soneto

Kazu Suwa plays Soneto by Spanish composer Enríquez de Valderrábano (c. 1500-after 1557) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #3).

Federico Mompou

Federico Mompou: Song and Dance (Cançó i Dansa) No. 11

Kazu Suwa plays Song and Dance (Cançó i Dansa) No. 11 by Spanish composer Federico Mompou from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #18).

Federico Mompou: Song and Dance (Cançó i Dansa) No. 6: Song (Cançó)

Kazu Suwa plays Song (Cançó) from Song and Dance (Cançó i Dansa) No. 6 by Spanish composer Federico Mompou from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #22).

Federico Mompou: Song and Dance No.10 for guitar

Kazu Suwa plays Song and Dance No.10 (about Two Canticles of Alfonso X of Castile) for guitar by Spanish composer Federico Mompou.

Federico Mompou: Song No. 5 from Songs and Dances

Kazu Suwa plays Song No. 5 from Songs and Dances (Canciones y Danzas) by Federico Mompou. It was conceived in 1942 during a dream and dedicated to Maria Canals. Arranged for the guitar by Kazu Suwa.

Federico Mompou: Suite Compostelana: Preludio, Coral, Cuna, Muñeira

Kazu Suwa plays Preludio, Coral, Cuna, and Muñeira from Suite Compostelana (1962) by Spanish composer Federico Mompou (Barcelona, 16 April 1893 – 30 June 1987).

Federico Moreno Torroba

Federico Moreno Torroba: Castles of Spain: Manzanares el Real

Kazu Suwa plays Manzanares el Real from Castles of Spain by Spanish composer Federico Moreno Torroba.

Federico Moreno Torroba: Castles of Spain: Torija

Kazu Suwa plays Torija from Castles of Spain by Spanish composer Federico Moreno Torroba.

Fernando Sor

Fernando Sor: Fantasia No.6 Op.21 Les Adieux

Kazu Suwa plays Fantasia No.6 Op.21 Les Adieux by Spanish composer Fernando Sor from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #17).

Fernando Sor: Introduction et variations sur l’Air: Que ne suis-je la fougère! Op. 26

Kazu Suwa plays Introduction et variations sur l’Air: Que ne suis-je la fougère! Op. 26 by Fernando Sor from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #4-9).

Francisco Tárrega

Francisco Tárrega Prelude No.2 in A minor

Kazu Suwa plays Prelude No.2 in A minor by Francisco Tárrega.

Francisco Tárrega: Capricho Árabe

Kazu Suwa plays Capricho Árabe by Francisco Tárrega from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #5).

Francisco Tárrega: Gran Vals

Kazu Suwa plays Gran Vals by Francisco Tárrega from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #4).

Francisco Tárrega: Prelude (Endecha)

Kazu Suwa plays Prelude (Endecha) by Francisco Tárrega from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #6).

Francisco Tárrega: Prelude in E Major (Una Lágrima / A teardrop)

Kazu Suwa plays Prelude in E Major (Una Lágrima / A teardrop) by Francisco Tárrega from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #3).

Francisco Tárrega: Prelude No.1 in D minor

Kazu Suwa plays Prelude No.1 in D minor by Francisco Tárrega. This piece was dedicated to his friend/pupil, Francisco Coréll. Coréll was a priest of the Church of Picaña, Valencia, Spain. This prelude was titled Preludio Religioso (Religious Prelude) on one of the manuscripts.

Francisco Tárrega: ¡Adelita! (Mazurka)

Kazu Suwa plays ¡Adelita! (Mazurka) by Francisco Tárrega from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #1).

Francisco Tárrega: ¡Marieta! (Mazurka)

Kazu Suwa plays ¡Marieta! (Mazurka) by Francisco Tárrega (21 November 1852 – 15 December 1909).

Francisco Tárrega: ¡Sueño! (Dream) – Mazurka Conchita

Kazu Suwa plays ¡Sueño! (Dream) – Mazurka Conchita by Francisco Tárrega from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #2).

Garoto (Annibal Angusto Sardinha)

Garoto (Annibal Angusto Sardinha): Chôro Triste No.2

Kazu Suwa plays Chôro Triste No.2 by Garoto (Annibal Angusto Sardinha) from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #14).

Héctor Ayala

Héctor Ayala: Arco Iris (Zamba)

Kazu Suwa plays Arco Iris (Zamba) by Argentinean composer Héctor Ayala from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #11).

Héctor Ayala: Luna y Sol (Moon and Sun) – Huella

Kazu Suwa plays Luna y Sol (Moon and Sun) – Huella by Argentinean composer Héctor Ayala.

Héctor Ayala: Prelude No. 2

Kazu Suwa plays Prelude No. 2 by Argentinean composer Héctor Ayala.

Héctor Ayala: Serie Americana: Choro

Kazu Suwa plays Choro from Serie Americana by Argentinian composer Héctor Ayala.

Héctor Ayala: Serie Americana: Guarania/Paraguay

Kazu Suwa plays Guarania/Paraguay from Serie Americana by Héctor Ayala.

Héctor Ayala: Serie Americana: Tonada/Chile

Kazu Suwa plays Tonada/Chile from Serie Americana by Argentinian composer Héctor Ayala.

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Chôro No.1

Kazu Suwa plays Chôro No.1 by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos (March 5, 1887 – November 17, 1959).

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Cinq Préludes: Prélude No. 5 in D major

Kazu Suwa plays Prélude No. 5 in D major from Cinq Préludes by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #20).

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Suite Populaire Brésilienne: Mazurka-chôro

Kazu Suwa plays Mazurka-chôro from Suite Populaire Brésilienne by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #19).

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Suite Populaire Brésilienne: Valsa-Chôro

Kazu Suwa plays Valsa-Chôro from Suite Populaire Brésilienne by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos from the album Kazu Suwa Guitar Recital (track #21).

Joaquín Malats

Joaquín Malats: Spanish Serenade (Serenata Española)

Kazu Suwa plays Spanish Serenade (Serenata Española) by Joaquín Malats (1872–1912). Spanish Serenade was originally written for piano. This version is a guitar arrangement by Francisco Tárrega.

Johann Sebastian Bach

J. S. Bach: Cello Suite No.3, BWV 1009: Prelude

Kazu Suwa plays Prelude from Cello Suite No.3, BWV 1009 by Johann Sebastian Bach.

J. S. Bach: Lute Suite (BWV996): Allemande

Kazu Suwa plays Allemande from Lute Suite (BWV996) by J. S. Bach.

J.S. Bach: Lute Suite No.3 (BWV995): Allemande

Kazu Suwa plays Allemande from Lute Suite No.3 (BWV995) by J.S. Bach. The Lute Suite No.3, BWV 995 (the original key is in G Minor) was transcribed by the composer himself from his own Cello Suite No. 5, BWV 1011.

J.S. Bach: Lute Suite No.3 (BWV995): Sarabande

Kazu Suwa plays Sarabande from Lute Suite No.3 (BWV995) by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Luis de Milán

Luis de Milán: Fantasía No. 8

Kazu Suwa plays Fantasia No. 8 from Libro de música de vihuela de mano intitulado El maestro (1536) by Spanish composer/vihuelist Luis de Milán.

Luis de Milán: Fantasía No.10

Kazu Suwa plays Fantasía No.10 by Luis de Milán (c. 1500 – c. 1561) from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #1). This Fantasía No.10 alternates between two compositional elements: Consonancias (chords combined with passages in a slow development) and Redobles (quick scales).

Luis de Narváez

Luis de Narváez: The Emperor's Song (Josquin's chanson Mille Regretz)

Kazu Suwa plays The Emperor's Song (Josquin's chanson Mille Regretz) by Spanish composer Luis de Narvaez (Granada, Spain, ca. 1500 - 1552).

Manuel de Falla

Manuel de Falla: Homenaje pour Le Tombeau de Claude Debussy

Kazu Suwa plays Homenaje pour Le Tombeau de Claude Debussy by Manuel de Falla from the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #11).

Miguel Llobet

Miguel Llobet: Cançó del lladre (Song of the thief) from Catalan Folk songs

Kazu Suwa plays Cançó del lladre (Song of the thief) from Catalan Folk songs arranged by Miguel Llobet. Song of the thief is one of the most well known Catalan folk songs.

Miguel Llobet: Catalan Folksongs: El Noi de la Mare

Kazu Suwa plays El Noi de la Mare from Catalan Folksongs arranged by Miguel Llobet.

Niccolò Paganini

Niccolò Paganini: Grand Sonata in A Mayor: II Romanza

Kazu Suwa plays Romanza from Grand Sonata in A Mayor by Niccolò Paganini (27 October 1782 – 27 May 1840).

Regino Sáinz de la Maza

Regino Sáinz de la Maza: Etude in A minor

Kazu Suwa plays Etude in A minor by Spanish guitarist/composer Regino Sáinz de la Maza.

Regino Sáinz de la Maza: Rondeña

Kazu Suwa plays Rondeña by Spanish guitarist/composer Regino Sáinz de la Maza (7 September 1896 – 26 November 1981).

Toru Takemitsu

Toru Takemitsu: In The Woods: 1. Wainscot Pond

Kazu Suwa plays Wainscot Pond — after a painting by Cornelia Foss — from In the Woods – Three pieces for guitar - (1995) by Toru Takemitsu. It is dedicated to John Williams.

Traditional

The Song of the Birds (Traditional Catalan Christmas song)

Kazu Suwa plays The Song of the Birds (Traditional Catalan Christmas song).