Videos

Ugo Nastrucci improvisation

August 2011 - Ugo Nastrucci

Maestro Ugo Nastrucci tries for the first time the Sabionari Guitar improvising some popular Spanish music. The was probably tuned 440 Hz or a little lower. The sound is not edited at all. A stereo mike at 1,5 meters recorded the direct sound and the natural reverberation of the room

Rolf Lislevand, Tarantela by Santiago de Murcia

November 2011 - Rolf Lislevand

Maestro Rolf Lislevand tries the Sabionari for the first time. He plays a famous Tarantela by Santiago de Murcia. The Sabionari is tuned 392 Hz with gut strings.
This video, published on the Museo del Violino Youtube channel has been viewed more than 1,4 Million times. The same video, published on Facebook by The GuitArchive, is in the list of Top 10 Most Viewed Videos with 4,9 Million viewes. https://www.facebook.com/TheGuitArchive/videos/1490252797686641

Krishnasol Jiménez, Minuet by Robert De Visée

June 2012 - Krishnasol Jiménez

First concert in Cremona at Stradivarius Museum (San Domenico Hall). Krishnasol Jiménez is developing the program for his next CD with the Sabionari. Music by Robert de Visée. The guitar is tuned 392 Hz with gut strings

Recording De Visée CD

September 2012 - Krishnasol Jiménez

The recording session by Krishnasol Jiménez of the first CD with the Sabionari in SS.Annunziata Monastery in Rovato, Brescia, Italy. Music by Robert de Visée pulished in 1682 and 1686. Krishnasol used two different tunings in 392 Hz. Traditional baroque tuning and a second in G for the Suite "in Scordatura" following De Visée instructions 

Rolf Lislevand and Corbetta

May 2014 - Rolf Lislevand

On 10 may 2014 Rolf Lislevand performed his first concert with the Sabionari in Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi in Museo del Violino in Cremona. Here is a little extract with the Autre Chaconne by Francesco Corbetta (1671). The guitar was tuned in 392 Hz

Rolf Lislevand Scaramanzia

May 2016 - Rolf Lislevand

On 20 may 2016 a new concert by Rolf Lislevand in Modena (Italy). Here is his famous interpretation of Scaramanzia by the italian Antonio Carbonchi (1940). The composer developed a sequence of harmonic chords waiting for the developing of an improvisation by the performer. The guitar is tuned 415 Hz

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July 2018 - Krishnasol Jiménez

Krishnasol visited Cremona and Museo del Vioino in july 2018. He had started developing a new program for a new CD of Mexican popular music influenced by baroque music for guitar. In the Auditorium Giovanni Arvedi he plays here the Cumbees by Santiago de Murcia (1732). The guitar is tuned 392 Hz

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