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Roland Dyens, a guitarist, composer and arranger, who has left a guitar with his well-known Fuoco were references for a generation of guitarists, who had. Read about Fuoco (Libra Sonatine By Roland Dyens) by Piotr Tomaszewski and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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Fuoco from ‘Libra Sonatine’

He played Bach suites and he played with jazz musicians at the Arvika Festival in Sweden. We could say that Leo Brower and Roland Dyens among many others, left in bequest a work that marked the change of cycle.

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This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat Dyens was born in Tunisia and lived most of his life in Paris. He said that a journalist once told him he had the hands of a classical musician but the mind of a jazz musician. Retrieved from ” https: The own Roland Dyens said that he played classical music, but he thought about Jazz.

A well known guitarist for his ability to improvise For Roland Dyens, the program concept was not related to his view of music, since he disagreed on the traditional view of concerts and the enjoyment of the guitar. In the same way, he had a great ability to improvise, a capacity that in the world of the classical guitar is not very common.

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Roland Dyens

We could say that even being a classical guitarist, he was between both worlds. Sometimes he opened his concerts with an improvised piece, and he might improvise the program itself, without planning or announcing beforehand what he would be playing. In fact, we can identify clear influences of jazz in his compositions in rhythms and melodies.

Dyens released several volumes of arrangements that included not only the classical music of Fernando Sor but also the Brazilian music of Heitor Villa-Lobosjazz standards by Thelonious Monkthe French pop of Edith Piafand the Gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt. He died on October 29, at the rolaand of As a performer, Dyens was known for improvisation.

It is the loss of one of the most important guitarists around the world, due to his interpretations, his compositions, and especially his vision of the instrument and rolanf music overall.

Retrieved 30 October Roland Dyens October 19, — October 29, was a French [1] classical guitaristcomposer, and arranger. He was a musician who adapted his performance to the public, the features of the place or the moment itself; with fhoco purpose of getting the best musical experience.

Fuoco from ‘Libra Sonatine’ – Roland Dyens & Jon Gjylaci Song – BBC Music

Roland Dyens, who was 61 on October 19 thhas passed away. Retrieved 24 January After the nationalist music of the 20th century, which is considered the golden century of the guitar, these compositions constituted a new stage, a new way of perceiving and feeling the music.

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A heavy metal band did a version of the third movement of his Libra Sonatine. By means of these words, from Alhambra Guitarswe want to show our respect and recognition to the amazing career of an impressive guitarist who fukco his life to the guitar.

Tango in Skai or Libra Sonatine are fhoco of the many treasures of the guitar which Roland Dyens has left in bequest. He was considered one of the best guitarists of the world.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Compositions which amazed young guitarists by their rhythms, techniques and harmonies. In Spain, Dyens had a constant presence at the Festival of the guitar of Cordobaan organization which wept for this important dywns. He was multifaceted, where the jazz world was very important. For Roland Dyens, the program concept was not related to his view of music, since he disagreed on the traditional view of concerts and the enjoyment of the guitar.