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This page was last edited on 2 Septemberat Retrieved from ” https: On 6 MayAbel Carlevaro certified fellow classical carlefaro Jad Azkoul as his “genuine representative”, stating that Azkoul had been a “great master teaching alongside” him.

Abel Carlevaro 16 December — 17 July was a classical guitar composer and teacher born in MontevideoUruguay. This special model of guitar was first built in by the Spanish luthier Manuel Contreras father in Madrid.

This cwrlevaro guitar also had the normal round sound hole closed, having instead a thin “slot” a sound-slot instead of a sound-hole all around the curvature of top: Archived copy as title Articles needing additional references from July All articles needing additional references Articles with hCards Webarchive template wayback links Wikipedia articles with autores.

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His “Concierto del Plata” for guitar and orchestra has been interpreted by important European and American symphony orchestras. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. When traveling abroad, Carlevaro was often invited to teach Master Classeswhere in the course of a few consecutive days, students of all levels brought him their inquiries about technique, fingering, escaoas, or the like.

His performances in the important music centres of EuropeLatin Esfalas and the United States were met with high acclaim by the public and critics alike. July Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Abel Carlevaro

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. After the student’s performance was over, he gave his opinion most of the times an encouraging one and his advice. On most occasions he also asked to try the guitar, examined it, tuned it, and then played the same piece or passage again to the appreciation of participants and audience.

Carlevaro invited participants to play the piece or section in question, and listened attentively.

Thus the guitar consists of 2 quasi-disjoint parts held together only by the wooden pins: The top is actually separated from the sides – the top is quasi-floating, and is held in place only by wooden pins from the sides. Archived from the original on His musical production ranges from his Preludios Americanosnow established as part of the standard concert repertoire, to his Concierto No.

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Abel Carlevaro – Wikipedia

The resulting soundboard resembled the shape of a grand piano. Inthe Uruguayan government inaugurated a statue in his honor on the Montevideo coastline. He established a new school of instrumental technique, incorporating a fresh approach to seating and playing the guitar, based on anatomical principles. Views Xarlevaro Edit View history.

CUADERNO 1 – ESCALAS DIATONICAS – Carlevaro Abel | Sheet Music

Carlevaro said that this shape improved the vibration of the lower notes. An indefatigable researcherCarlevaro has also invented a new guitar Concert-Guitar Model “Carlevaro”the conception and design of which break away from traditional guitar making. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Carlevaro was a devoted composer.

A profound and dedicated teacher, Carlevaro was the creator of a new school of instrumental technique which was revolutionary in its understanding of posture, sound development, and general philosophy of music. This article needs additional citations for verification.