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Under the Influence Stephen Robinson - Guitar & Angeleita Floyd - Flute - Download

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Under the Influence Stephen Robinson - Guitar & Angeleita Floyd - Flute


Astor Piazzolla/History of the Tango

  • 1 - Bordel 1900 [3:48]
  • 2 - Café 1930 [6:54]
  • 3 - Night Club 1960 [5:47]

Joaquín Rodrigo/Fantasía para un Gentilhombre

  • 4 - Villano y Ricecare [4:38]
  • 5 - Españoleta [4:19]
  • 6 - Fanfare de la Caballería de Nápoles [4:45]
  • 7 - Danza de las Hachas [2:03]
  • 8 - Canario [5:17]

Benoît Schlosberg - Trois Esquisses pour Flûte et Guitare

  • 9 - Esquisse No. 1 (à la folie) [2:15]
  • 10 - Esquisse No. 2 (Hommage à Claude Debussy) [3:02]
  • 11 - Esquisse No. 3 (à Egberto Gismonti) [4:29]

From "A Second Latin-American Flute Album," Ed. by Trevor Wye

  • 12 - S. Torrealba: Pasaje No. 1 [2:23]
  • 13 - Folk: El Quitapesares [2:20]


"From the opening bars, this duo (Robinson & Floyd) stamp their authoritative performance and virtuosic techniques which carries on for the rest of the programme. From here on they don't put a finger wrong, the phrasing is immaculate and technically they cope with everything that comes their way. The sound created by this brilliant duo is almost orchestral at times. This CD is one of the most delightful to come my way in a long time and one which I cannot recommend highly enough."
Classical Guitar, United Kingdom

"My favorite of all of the recordings I reviewed was (Robinson’s) duo recording with flute player Angeleita Floyd. Perhaps the key to (Robinson’s) balanced musical life is held in this recording. Robinson's playing on the Sturm und Drang tracks of the Piazzolla Histoire du Tango is sensitive to Ms. Floyd's playing but at the same time infused with its own sense of direction. That said, anyone who has played these pieces knows that there is great deal of virtuosity, a virtuosity which Robinson has in spades. What you have with Robinson is a player who has, in my estimation, married the two opposite ends of the guitar experience (teaching/performing) by finding a way to express the impetus for both simultaneously. It's a remarkable feat and one to aspire to."
Guitarra Magazine

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