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November 5, 2003
Graham Devine
TORONTO:  London-based guitarist Graham Devine recorded a programme of 20th Century British masterpieces for solo guitar in Toronto in July.  The programme included all of Lennox Berkeley's solo guitar music, as well as the magnificent Bagatelles by William Walton, and works by Richard Rodney Bennett and Peter Maxwell Davies.  


The CD was produced by Bonnie and Norbert Kraft, the recording team responsible for the Naxos Guitar Collection, an ambitious survey of major guitar repertoire spanning the entire history of the instrument.

Graham Anthony Devine recently performed on another Naxos recording, Volume 3 of Leo Brouwer's complete guitar works (8.554195).  An American Record Guide review of the disc proclaimed that Devine's "musicianship is unimpeachable, his fleet technique is world-class." 

  Above: Graham Devine records solo guitar works by the British masters of music.









 
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