Bach in Brazil remastered and re-released for today’s audiophile classical guitar listener.
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“Bach in Brazil” remastered
Remastered and re-released for today’s audiophile classical guitar listener, “Bach in Brazil” is a beautiful recorded collection of some of the finest repertoire for classical guitar. Played by guitarist Gordon Kreplin, the recording received rave reviews on original release! Enjoy works by Venezuelan guitarist and composer Antonio Lauro, Brazilian composer Heitor Villa Lobos, and Baroque-era German composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
Gordon Kreplin has performed throughout the US, Spain, Portugal and South America. Critics and audiences alike have experienced his performances as having an easy warmth. His concerts in Spain and South America were sponsored by the United States Information Service (USIS). Kreplin received an A+ rating from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and USIS for touring abroad.
Kreplin’s teachers include Jose Tomas at the Oscar Espla Conservatory (where he studied for two years), Andres Segovia at Musica de Compostela, and John Marlow at American University. Kreplin served for four years in the North Carolina Visiting Artist program. He has taught at various universities in the U.S. Kreplin also taught at El Conservatorio de Horta on the island of Faial in Portugal .
The Audiophile Recording Process
The original “Bach in Brazil” sessions took place in 1995, on location at St. John’s Episcopal church in Broad Creek, MD. Recording engineer Cathy Pescevich (Kreplin) chose Microtech Geffel m295 microphones for the project. Her goal was to capture the sound of Gordon’s instrument with unrivaled naturalness and clarity.