March 13, 2013 "13-11 Phenomenons, Carlo Domeniconi Interview"
This week’s edition of CLASSICAL GUITAR ALIVE! phenomenons of music- those pieces and/or recordings which enchant listeners and become phenomenally popular; and an interview with composer Carlo Domeniconi, whose hypnotic, Turkish-inspired piece “Koyunbaba” became a sensation and enjoyed phenomenal success with audiences and performers.
Arvo Part: Fratres
Rene Eespere: Trivium
Interview: Carlo Domeniconi:"It's two words: the first is 'koyun' and the second is 'baba'. Of course 'father', and 'koyun' is sheep- 'shepherd'. This has different meanings. Two things: in the SouthWest of Turkey there is a very dry, very wild place called 'koyunbaba'... ....it's strange that this kind of wild nature piece affects people from Norway, or from Argentina, or from Spain, or from Japan, or from China. Really, I don't understand this, but it seems to be like that."
Carlo Domeniconi: Koyunbaba
Baden Powell/Vinicius de Moraes: Canto do Ossanha
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