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Recordings of Scott Kritzer

Romance for Guitar

Scott Kritzer’s album, Romance for Guitar, represents his deep affection for the music that first drew him to the classical guitar, the music that in fact draws many new classical guitar aficionados including works by Joaquin Turina, Federico Moreno Torroba, Manuel de Falla, Francesco Tarrega, Heitor Villa-Lobos as well as Scott Kritzer and Janet Chvatal’s popular arrangement of Giacomo Puccini Nessun Dorma for solo guitar. Romance for Guitar is dedicated to Michael Lorimer, with whom he initially studied many of these works with, and with whom he reunited for the making of this recording.

To purchase Romance for Guitar go to click on the ‘Buy Now’ button immediately below. $17.95 (covers shipping and handling). If you would like a preview, take a listen on my Listen Page.





Classical Guitar Christmas

Innovative arrangements by Scott Kritzer mark this recording of popular Christmas songs such as God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, We Three Kings, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, and Silent Night solo classical guitar. It is available for purchase from Miramont Records. You can listen here: Classical Guitar Christmas.

Songs of the Americas for voice and guitar

The first recording of the Duo that charmed audiences in the United States, Canada and Europe for over ten years. The Chvatal Kritzer Duo’s celebration of works from North and South America features works by Frantz Casséus, Dusan Bogdanovic, Heitor Villa-Lobos Lou Harrison and others. To purchase your copy go to Miramont Records. You can hear samples of Songs of the Americas here: Listen.

In the Blue Hour

In the Blue features works well known opera arias arranged for voice, guitar, chamber orchestra and orchestra including O mio babbino caro from Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, O Quante Volte from Bellini’s I Capuletti ed I Montecchias, Bizet’s Toreador for solo guitar and orchestra and other works. To purchase your copy go to Miramont Records. You can hear samples of Songs of the Americas here: Listen.

Arrangements by Scott Kritzer

Classical Guitar Christmas

It’s always fun to learn and play Christmas music this time of year and so, after numerous requests, I’m making many of the arrangements from my Classical Guitar Christmas recording available in PDF. You can purchase each arrangement individually for $4.95 or as a book of seven Christmas carols for $19.95. See the drop-down menu below.

  • Joy to the World
  • Silent Night
  • Christmas Youth
  • We Three Kings of Orient Are
  • Hark the Herald Angels Sing
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  • It Came Upon a Midnight Clear

Arrangements




You can preview both the arrangements and audio samples by going to Scott Kritzer Classical Guitar Arrangements – Audio and Musical Samples

Der Leiermann from Winterriese by Franz Schubert $4.95

The final work of Schubert’s Winterreise, originally for baritone and piano is arranged for solo classical guitar. If you’d like to purchase your own copy of this arrangement go to the drop down button above and choose Der Leiermann. You’ll be emailed a PDF of this arrangement.

Nessun Dorma arrangement by Scott Kritzer for solo guitar $4.95

Purchase this popular arrangement of Giocomo Puccino for classical guitar. Find out more about the history of this arrangement by going to Nessun Dorma, the making for Classical Guitar. If you’d like to purchase your own copy of this arrangement go to the drop down button above and choose Nessun Dorma. You’ll be emailed a PDF of this arrangement.

2 Responses to Store

  1. Tamera Acey says:

    Hi Scott,
    I picked up my dear friend to take her to an appointment the other day. I had your “Romance for Guitar” CD playing, during our journey. She your music so much that she has asked me to buy a copy of your CD for her, so she can listen to you play anytime she wants.
    Thank you for your dedication to beautiful music,
    Tamera

  2. admin says:

    Tamera,

    Thanks so much for the comments. Did you pick one up here at my site? Let me know if you have any questions.

    Yours,

    Scott

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