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“Laureate Series,” “Guitar Recital,” Jason Vieaux, guitarist NAXOS 8.553449 Released: December, 1996.

Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA (for guitar)

"Variations On A Moldavian Hora has rightfully earned its way into the repertoire beyond its role as the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America set piece. Vieaux calls this piece one of the most challenging pieces he has ever performed, yet here these challenges are never evident, as the music flows with grace and fluidity."

~William Clements, GFA SOUNDBOARD, Summer, 1998 “The north American composer Ian Krouse’s "Variations on a Moldavian Hora" was commissioned as a competition piece by the Guitar Foundation of America. The competition winner Jason Vieaux has elected to include this impressive work here.
The guitar repertoire is further enriched by works of this quality but only time will tell if it finds a place in concert programmes.” Andy Daly, MW CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB, March, 1999 “The apparent ‘misfit’ is the work by Krouse, far removed from Latin America, but why should music of this quality be excluded, for whatever reason? It is included for the best of reasons, because the performer loves it and is right to do so. The theme is Moldavian and the language of the imaginative and technically punishing variations convincingly matches it.” John Duarte, GRAMOPHONE, November, 1997





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Album: "Labyrinth" Artist: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet Label: DELOS Released: 1995. Contains: Labyrinth on a theme of Led Zepplin

“For once, here’s an adventurous highly crafted work that insults neither high nor low musical camps. Bravo!"

~AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, November/December, 1995

“a fascinating six-movement work that successfully reproduces, reinvents, and reassembles Zep’s ”Friends,”…Listen and marvel.” GUITAR PLAYER, October, 1995 “inspired by Led Zeppelin…In seven sections of varying rock and blues oriented passages. It sometimes has a nostalgic charm – I particularly liked the slow moody blues of the fourth part, and the fragmentary nature of the second with its stabbing motifs fighting for elbow room…” Chris Kilvington, CLASSICAL GUITAR, October, 1995 [“Labyrinth,”] written by Ian Krouse, is based on a theme by Led Zeppelin, and if that thought outs you off, don’t let it! The music is written in a contemporary style but is very entertaining and incorporates a number of different guitar styles (including steel-string and slide!).” DISC DOCTOR, Seattle Classic Guitar Society On Line, May, 2000 “The most successful [of the new items] is Krouse’s tongue-in-cheek admixture of rock & roll with his classical compositional ingenuity.” John Schneider, GFA SOUNDBOARD, “JUST FOR THE RECORD,” Fall, 1996





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“Laureate Series,” “Guitar Recital,” Jason Vieaux, guitarist NAXOS 8.553449 Released: December, 1996.

Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA (for guitar)

"Variations On A Moldavian Hora has rightfully earned its way into the repertoire beyond its role as the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America set piece. Vieaux calls this piece one of the most challenging pieces he has ever performed, yet here these challenges are never evident, as the music flows with grace and fluidity."

~William Clements, GFA SOUNDBOARD, Summer, 1998 “The north American composer Ian Krouse’s "Variations on a Moldavian Hora" was commissioned as a competition piece by the Guitar Foundation of America. The competition winner Jason Vieaux has elected to include this impressive work here.
The guitar repertoire is further enriched by works of this quality but only time will tell if it finds a place in concert programmes.” Andy Daly, MW CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB, March, 1999 “The apparent ‘misfit’ is the work by Krouse, far removed from Latin America, but why should music of this quality be excluded, for whatever reason? It is included for the best of reasons, because the performer loves it and is right to do so. The theme is Moldavian and the language of the imaginative and technically punishing variations convincingly matches it.” John Duarte, GRAMOPHONE, November, 1997





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Pastorale Anisa Angarola, guitar & Valarie King, flute Original Release: Cassette, 1985 Re-Release: Audio CD, 2000 ASIN: B01K8MLABC Label: Lissadell Music Contains: AIR, DA CHARA





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“Laureate Series,” “Guitar Recital,” Jason Vieaux, guitarist NAXOS 8.553449 Released: December, 1996.

Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA (for guitar)

"Variations On A Moldavian Hora has rightfully earned its way into the repertoire beyond its role as the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America set piece. Vieaux calls this piece one of the most challenging pieces he has ever performed, yet here these challenges are never evident, as the music flows with grace and fluidity."

~William Clements, GFA SOUNDBOARD, Summer, 1998 “The north American composer Ian Krouse’s "Variations on a Moldavian Hora" was commissioned as a competition piece by the Guitar Foundation of America. The competition winner Jason Vieaux has elected to include this impressive work here.
The guitar repertoire is further enriched by works of this quality but only time will tell if it finds a place in concert programmes.” Andy Daly, MW CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB, March, 1999 “The apparent ‘misfit’ is the work by Krouse, far removed from Latin America, but why should music of this quality be excluded, for whatever reason? It is included for the best of reasons, because the performer loves it and is right to do so. The theme is Moldavian and the language of the imaginative and technically punishing variations convincingly matches it.” John Duarte, GRAMOPHONE, November, 1997





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Album: "Labyrinth" Artist: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet Label: DELOS Released: 1995. Contains: Labyrinth on a theme of Led Zepplin

“For once, here’s an adventurous highly crafted work that insults neither high nor low musical camps. Bravo!"

~AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, November/December, 1995

“a fascinating six-movement work that successfully reproduces, reinvents, and reassembles Zep’s ”Friends,”…Listen and marvel.” GUITAR PLAYER, October, 1995 “inspired by Led Zeppelin…In seven sections of varying rock and blues oriented passages. It sometimes has a nostalgic charm – I particularly liked the slow moody blues of the fourth part, and the fragmentary nature of the second with its stabbing motifs fighting for elbow room…” Chris Kilvington, CLASSICAL GUITAR, October, 1995 [“Labyrinth,”] written by Ian Krouse, is based on a theme by Led Zeppelin, and if that thought outs you off, don’t let it! The music is written in a contemporary style but is very entertaining and incorporates a number of different guitar styles (including steel-string and slide!).” DISC DOCTOR, Seattle Classic Guitar Society On Line, May, 2000 “The most successful [of the new items] is Krouse’s tongue-in-cheek admixture of rock & roll with his classical compositional ingenuity.” John Schneider, GFA SOUNDBOARD, “JUST FOR THE RECORD,” Fall, 1996





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Pastorale Anisa Angarola, guitar & Valarie King, flute Original Release: Cassette, 1985 Re-Release: Audio CD, 2000 ASIN: B01K8MLABC Label: Lissadell Music Contains: AIR, DA CHARA





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“Laureate Series,” “Guitar Recital,” Jason Vieaux, guitarist NAXOS 8.553449 Released: December, 1996.

Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA (for guitar)

"Variations On A Moldavian Hora has rightfully earned its way into the repertoire beyond its role as the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America set piece. Vieaux calls this piece one of the most challenging pieces he has ever performed, yet here these challenges are never evident, as the music flows with grace and fluidity."

~William Clements, GFA SOUNDBOARD, Summer, 1998 “The north American composer Ian Krouse’s "Variations on a Moldavian Hora" was commissioned as a competition piece by the Guitar Foundation of America. The competition winner Jason Vieaux has elected to include this impressive work here.
The guitar repertoire is further enriched by works of this quality but only time will tell if it finds a place in concert programmes.” Andy Daly, MW CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB, March, 1999 “The apparent ‘misfit’ is the work by Krouse, far removed from Latin America, but why should music of this quality be excluded, for whatever reason? It is included for the best of reasons, because the performer loves it and is right to do so. The theme is Moldavian and the language of the imaginative and technically punishing variations convincingly matches it.” John Duarte, GRAMOPHONE, November, 1997





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“Laureate Series,” “Guitar Recital,” Jason Vieaux, guitarist NAXOS 8.553449 Released: December, 1996.

Contains: VARIATIONS ON A MOLDAVIAN HORA (for guitar)

"Variations On A Moldavian Hora has rightfully earned its way into the repertoire beyond its role as the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America set piece. Vieaux calls this piece one of the most challenging pieces he has ever performed, yet here these challenges are never evident, as the music flows with grace and fluidity."

~William Clements, GFA SOUNDBOARD, Summer, 1998 “The north American composer Ian Krouse’s "Variations on a Moldavian Hora" was commissioned as a competition piece by the Guitar Foundation of America. The competition winner Jason Vieaux has elected to include this impressive work here.
The guitar repertoire is further enriched by works of this quality but only time will tell if it finds a place in concert programmes.” Andy Daly, MW CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB, March, 1999 “The apparent ‘misfit’ is the work by Krouse, far removed from Latin America, but why should music of this quality be excluded, for whatever reason? It is included for the best of reasons, because the performer loves it and is right to do so. The theme is Moldavian and the language of the imaginative and technically punishing variations convincingly matches it.” John Duarte, GRAMOPHONE, November, 1997





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Album: "Labyrinth" Artist: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet Label: DELOS Released: 1995. Contains: Labyrinth on a theme of Led Zepplin

“For once, here’s an adventurous highly crafted work that insults neither high nor low musical camps. Bravo!"

~AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, November/December, 1995

“a fascinating six-movement work that successfully reproduces, reinvents, and reassembles Zep’s ”Friends,”…Listen and marvel.” GUITAR PLAYER, October, 1995 “inspired by Led Zeppelin…In seven sections of varying rock and blues oriented passages. It sometimes has a nostalgic charm – I particularly liked the slow moody blues of the fourth part, and the fragmentary nature of the second with its stabbing motifs fighting for elbow room…” Chris Kilvington, CLASSICAL GUITAR, October, 1995 [“Labyrinth,”] written by Ian Krouse, is based on a theme by Led Zeppelin, and if that thought outs you off, don’t let it! The music is written in a contemporary style but is very entertaining and incorporates a number of different guitar styles (including steel-string and slide!).” DISC DOCTOR, Seattle Classic Guitar Society On Line, May, 2000 “The most successful [of the new items] is Krouse’s tongue-in-cheek admixture of rock & roll with his classical compositional ingenuity.” John Schneider, GFA SOUNDBOARD, “JUST FOR THE RECORD,” Fall, 1996





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Pastorale Anisa Angarola, guitar & Valarie King, flute Original Release: Cassette, 1985 Re-Release: Audio CD, 2000 ASIN: B01K8MLABC Label: Lissadell Music Contains: AIR, DA CHARA





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