Recording the Classical Guitar charts the evolution of classical
guitar recording practice from the early twentieth century to the
present day, encompassing the careers of many of the instrument's
most influential practitioners from acoustic era to the advent of
the CD. A key focus is on the ways in which guitarists' recorded
repertoire programmes have shaped the identity of the instrument,
particularly where national allegiances and musical aesthetics are
concerned. The book also considers the ways in which changing
approaches to recording practice have conditioned guitarists'
conceptions of the instrument's ideal representation in recorded
form and situates these in relation to the development of classical
music recording aesthetics more generally. An important addition to
the growing body of literature in the field of phonomusicology, the
book will be of interest to guitarists and producers as well as
students of record production and historians of classical music
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