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- <<Performing Scarlatti, Bach, Tarrega, Villa Loos, Beccuti,
Sor, Paganini, Rossini, Albeniz e Lauro pieces, Giuseppe Torrisi with
his guitar highlighted considerable mastery, clear and dense sound,
strong interpretative qualities.
(Agimus, news: "Strumenti e musica" - Giugno 1987 )
<<..The audience applauded for a long time showing
a great appreciation particularly for the version of G.Rossini ‘s
"Tarantella Napoletana" and of the south-American N. Azevedo’s
"Brasilerinho". This two pieces highlighted the remarkable
virtuosity gift of the guitarist, and showed how the guitar is fit
for the execution of any musical arrangement.
( Newspaper La Sicilia" - G.F.)
<<…With great sensitivity which, up till
now, hasn’t been shown in other local guitarists colleagues….
A considerable instrumental mastery,… a great sound,…
the exuberance and the brio which caught the whole audience…
(Newspaper La Sicilia" - Niny Ganguzza).
<<…The elegant style that he has build,
so neat and clear, is getting better every day. He is a skilful performer,
with authentic virtuous gift…
(Newspaper La Sicilia" - Mario Bruno)
<<...Playing with extreme precision, fading
delicately, performing finely, Torrisi has shown to be really a high
(Newspaper WOLFSBURGER NACHRICHTE -, 23 Feb 2004)
Feb. 23 2004
show artistic temperament with the guitar
carried the audience away to the southern countries…
He has been invited to perform a concert from the “Italian Institute
of Culture”, and the “Foreigner Office”.
On Friday evening, with his performance, Giuseppe Torrisi turned the
Garden Hall of the castle in an “Italian Entertainment”
Torrisi is a guitarist and a mandolin player and awarded the special
“Show Prize”. A large audience crowded out the hall since
the beginning of the concert.
Torrisi started with these Neapolitan famous pieces: "Te voglio
bene assaje" e "Fenesta ca lucive",
"Voce 'e notte", "Torna a Surriento" (E. De Curtis),
"Malafemmena" (Totò), "'O
Marenariello" (Gambardella), and the most famous "Funiculì-Funiculà"
(Denza) and other five popular melodies.
Playing with extreme precision, fading delicately, performing finely,
Torrisi has shown to be a really high level guitarist.
Afterwards the virtual trip continued in Spain with two pieces: “Recuerdos
de la Alhambra" (Tarrega) and "Malaguena" (Lecuona).
The following virtual place, was Sicily: Torrisi performed five popular
pieces "Mi votu e mi rivotu", "Biancuccia" (Gioviale),
"Variazioni su un motivo", "Vitti 'na crozza"
e "Tarantella Siciliana", all pieces transcribed for guitar
by the same performer.
The last “halt” of this imaginary trip was the south America,
with virtuos renowned Latin American tunes, such as "Moliendo
Cafè" (Manzo), "Tico-Tico" (Abreu), "Delicado"
e "Brasileirinho" (Azevedo both), Torrisi showed off brilliantly
all the technical potential of the guitar, earning warm applauses.
The audience asked for some encores, which the guitarist widely fulfilled
performing three pieces including the “vibrate” piece
drawn from the film “The Third Man” which stirred up a