Split guitar quartet

Repertoire

We are currently offering two attractive concert programs – “From Baroque to Brasil” and “Croatian sensation”

From Baroque to Brasil

A program with works by famous composers from Baroque period, romanticism and impressionism transcribed for guitar quartet, followed by the most popular pieces ever written for guitar.

Our musical journey starts in the 18th century; during the concert we travel around the world and finally land to Brasil.

Domenico Scarlatti (1685 – 1757) Sonata K 175 Sonata K 421 Sonata K 433

Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918) La fille aux cheveux de lin Reverie Golliwogg's Cakewalk Claire de lune

Antonin Dvorak (1841 – 1904)Slavonic dance op.46 no. 1Slavonic dance op.46 no. 7

Vlado Sunko (1954)Varijacije na dalmatinsku temu (Variations on Dalmatian theme)

Celso Machado (1953)  Danses populares Brasileiras Ponteio Catira Ciranda Cantiga Frevo

Ivan Božičević (1961) I am still working on it

Paulo Bellinati (1950) Baiao de Gude

Croatian Sensation

You probably know that Croatia has fantastic football players, but did you know that Croatian guitarists are just as great and well known in the world of classical music?!

Croatia has a long tradition of guitar players and composers. Discover the richness of Croatian guitar music for guitar solo, two guitars and a guitar quartet mainly based on Croatian ethno music elements.

Ivan Padovec (1800 – 1873) Varijacije na temu „Karneval u Veneciji“ (Variations on theme „Carneval in Venice“)

Slavko Fumić (1912 – 1945) Nocturne Željko Brkanović (1937) Siciliana Frano Parać (1948) Muzika za gitaru (Music for guitar) Boris Papandopulo (1906 – 1991)Tri igre (Three Croatian dances) Allegretto Vivace Moderato Allegro comodo Vlado Sunko (1954)Oš' neš (Take it or leave it) Ante Čagalj (1954) Rodrigo u Zagori (Rodrigo in Zagora)

Ivan Božičević (1961) I am still working on it Vlado Sunko (1954)Iščekivanje i dolazak (Expectance and arrival)

Miroslav Miletić (1925-2018)Suite de bourdon Preludium Aria Danza Dialog Finale