All images © 2019 - 2020 Royds F. Imbert

 

TRACK LISTING


1. Agua e vinho  Egberto Gismonti (1947) (2:49) 2. Choro Melancólico  Laurindo Almeida (1917-1995) (3:02) 3. Como llora una estrella  Antonio Carrillo (1892-1962) (4:04) 4. Barcarole  Alexander Tansman (tema de Él) (0:50) 5. Un día de noviembre  Leo Brouwer (1939) (4:25) 6. Evocación  José Luis Merlín (1952) (1:43) 7. Preludio en do menor  Agustín Barrios Mangoré (tema de Ella) (1:09) 8. Introducción a los ojos de la amada  Baden Powell (1937-2000) (4:14) 9. Melancolía, monotonía y nostalgia  Rodrigo Riera (1923-1999) (3:57) 10. Preludio do menor  Agustín Barrios Mangoré (1885-1944) (2:26) 11. Solitario  Baden Powell (3:26) 12. Vals sin nombre  Baden Powell (3:12) 13. Canción triste  Carlos Fariñas (1934-2002) (2:48) 14. Barcarola  Alexander Tansman (1897-1986) (3:29) 15. Yano Mori  Dusan Bogdanovic (1955) (4:50) 16. Melodía Sentimental  Heitor Villalobos (1887-1959) (4:12) 17. Canción a Laura  Carlos Fariñas (2:17) 18. Yano Mori  Dusan Bogdanovic (despedida en la estación Atocha) (1:21) 19. Canción triste  Carlos Fariñas (adiós entre los amantes) (1:10)

 

Total time: 56:12

 

 

VALS SIN NOMBRE
 

GUITAR: FRANCISCO BERNIER

 

STORYBOARDS: DAVID PÉREZ PECO

 

SCREENPLAY “THERE WERE THE BODIES FLOAT”: ROYDS FUENTES IMBERT

 

SCREENPLAY “ALONSO”: ADYEL QUINTERO DÍAZ

 

In his work entitled “Composing for the Films”, Theodor W. Adorno claims that the relationship between sound and picture “is only the most characteristic facet of the function delegated to music in the industrial society’s culture”.  Our collection called Cinema Dreams is a magnificent adventure born from the friendship that unites me with the great musician and guitarist Francisco Bernier, and with Spanish illustrator and sketch artist David Pérez Peco.

 

“Cinema Dreams” aims to create a singular discourse between music specifically composed for guitar and film. This type of dialogue offers complex resonances that overcome the degenerating function of music, often imposed upon by the transcendent motion picture industry in its strategy to standardize taste.

 

Keeping this goal in mind, we decided to publish unpublished cinematic scripts, in parallel to works pertaining to guitar repertory.  Contrarily to popular processes, these scripts were written by contemplatively listening to the works, thus reversing the traditional process of incidental music, composed in a mere response to the demands of the film industry.

 

Royds Fuentes-Imbert,

Art Director of Contrastes Records

 

 

Sentimental Melody - Francisco Bernier
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Preludio en Do menor Agustin Barrios Mangoré - Francisco Bernier
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