Sylvio Gualda

Also known as Gualda, S. Gualda, Silvio Gualda
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylvio_Gualda

Discography of Sylvio Gualda:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Elisabeth Chojnacka, Sylvio Gualda [perform] Aperghis, Ferrari, Miereanu, Solal, Xenakis 7 Audio 1990 Adda
2 Espaces Sonores No. 1 5 Audio 1972 Pathé Marconi EMI
3 Komboï / Anaphores / Pièces Pour Clavecin & Percussion 3 Audio 1985 Erato
4 Anaktoria · Morsima-Amorsima · Oophaa · Charisma · Mists · Mikka / Mikka «S» 6 Audio 1996 Accord
5 Sonata For Two Pianos And Percussion · Concerto For Two Pianos, Percussion And Orchestra 8 Audio 1987 EMI Records Ltd.
6 Percussion Vol 2 8 Audio 1978 Erato
7 Phlegra - Jalons - Keren - Nomos Alpha - Thalleïn - Naama - À L'lle De Gorée - Khoaï - Komboï 9 Audio 2007 Apex
8 Pour La Danse - Les Percussions De Sylvio Gualda Et Jean-Pierre Drouet 10 Audio Unidisc (2)
9 Sonate Pour Deux Pianos & Percussion / Sept Pièces Pour Deux Pianos Extraites De Mikrokosmos 12 Audio 1972 Erato
10 Idmen / Pléïades 12 Audio 1992
11 Naama / À L'île De Gorée / Khoaï / Komboï 4 Audio 1990


French percussionist and conductor, born April 12, 1939 in Alger.

Mostly involved in the contemporary repertoire (Marius Constant, André Jolivet, Nguyen Thien Dao, François-Bernard Mâche, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Luciano Berio, among others), on March 18, 1973 he gave the first percussion recital in the history of western classical music.

He has worked with many other soloists such as Jean-Pierre Drouet, Katia et Marielle Labèque, Elisabeth Chojnacka.


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