CD “Canción de Invierno” by Miguel Angel González Aguado.
Miguel Angel González Aguado is the author of the 15 compositions of the CD "Canción de Invierno". He is also the artist that plays all these pieces.
The entire CD is instrumental: 13 compositions are for Classical Guitar, one for Indian Sitar ("La Senda de los Elefantes") and another one for electric and classical guitars ("Tormenta").
Angel González Aguado is also the producer of the CD as well. "Cancion
de Invierno" was made in an authorized factory in
If you want to buy one physic unit of the CD "Canción de Invierno", contact Miguel Angel González Aguado. Your order will be sent by cash on delivery mail system.
The price of one physic unit of the CD. is 9,17 € (WATT included) plus post costs.
It's also possible to buy the CD “Canción de Invierno” in MP3 in digital stores from more than 40 countries in internet. You only need to see in this web site the list of places where you can buy in MP3 the CD "Canción de Invierno".
More information about the CD “Canción de Invierno”.
There are more things to tell about the CD of Miguel Angel Gonzalez Aguado for example the name “Canción de Invierno” (Winter song) doesn’t refer to the winter season, it’s to define innermost, transcendental and no commercial kind of music.
The music style of the CD “Cancion de Invierno” has been classified by many media (like for example radios) as "Spanish New Age", (as well as instrumental music).
“La Maravilla”, the second piece that appears in the CD, it’s a prayer.
Also we can say that in "Tormenta", Miguel Ángel González Aguado is combining Electric and Classical Guitar during the piece and, at the end, both guitar are played at the same time!
Tormenta starts with the electric guitar.
Suddenly he stops and takes the classical guitar with his right hand (that was next to him in a stand)…
… and starts playing his classical guitar softly. In the CD, a bit latter, when the classical guitar has been sounding for a while, also both guitars appear together and here they do where played and taped separately; we are not meaning this moment but at the end of the piece.
After that, he plays again his electric guitar (so he leaves the classical guitar in the stand again) but then, when the electric guitar “it’s at limit”, comes the surprise: he takes again the classical guitar and plays both at the same time: the electric guitar by “tapping” (hammering the strings with the left hand) and the classical guitar with the right hand, here they where not taped separately.