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Ronny Wiesauer

Ronny Wiesauer is a classical guitarist and luteist, but also devoted to Jazz and improvised music. He was born in Austria. After playing guitar since his early childhood, he studied classical guitar at the music university Mozarteum in the class of Marco Tamayo. Instead of promoting his career as classical guitarist by attending to guitar competitons, he preferd to oppose this thinking and focused on developing a wide musical range as well on classical guitar as on electric guitar. Introduced to the theory of „baroque hexachord composing technique“ and its affects to the music history, he immediatly was fascinated how close that hexachord technique was conneted to contemporary and improvised music, and he started to discover these invisible "bridges" between the music theory of baroque music and Jazz

All Yours

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Welcome Song; Judith; A Peaceful Place; Sketches I; Sketches II; Sketches III; walking; Some Day My Prince Will Come; Picture of Elli; Etude no. 1; Alone; All Yours.

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Ronny Wiesauer: All Yours

Read "All Yours" reviewed by Geno Thackara

If Ronny Wiesauer sounds lonesome and thoughtful on his latest solo outing, that's not entirely a new thing. He was eloquently inhabiting that mood when he stepped out with his first solo recording Monologues (recordJet, 2019) before the subsequent pandemic had forced anyone into isolation. True enough, his guitar style has had no shortage of grace ...

Monologues

Label: recordJet
Released: 2019
Track listing: Monologue I; Three Sisters part I; Three Sisters part III; Three Sisters part III; Monologue II; Suite part I; Suite part II; Suite part III; Suite part IV; Monologue III.

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Ronny Wiesauer: Monologues

Read "Monologues" reviewed by Geno Thackara

If you are willing to learn, learn from the best. Guitarist Ronny Wiesauer has clearly taken the right lessons from the likes of Egberto Gismonti and Ralph Towner--he is a happily understated player, at home in the worlds of studious classical and informal jazz alike. He has played in different contexts and featured his own pieces ...

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Ronny Wiesauer: Chants To The Sea - The Corium project

Read "Chants To The Sea - The Corium project" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Austrian classical guitarist/composer Ronny Wiesauer may have named his fourth recording Chants To The Sea, but it seems like this is more songs for the road. The twilight rides, the rides going nowhere but deeper into self, the ride home. Using his studied understanding of the hexachordal system, (no need to go deep into ...

Chants To The Sea - The Corium project

Label: recordjet
Released: 2017
Track listing: Introduction, El Decameron Negro: 1. El Arpa Del Guerrero (Part 1), The Warrior, El Decameron Negro: 1. El Arpa Del Guerrero (Part 2), Going West, El Decameron Negro: 1. El Arpa Del Guerrero (Part 3), El Decameron Negro: 2. La Huida De Los Amantes Por El Valle De Los Ecos (Part 1), The Valley, El Decameron Negro: 2. La Huida De Los Amantes Por El Valle De Los Ecos (Part 2), Flow, El Decameron Negro: 2. La Huida De Los Amantes Por El Valle De Los Ecos (Part 3), El Decameron Negro: 3. Balada De La Donchella Enamorada (Part 1), Midwest, Chants To The Sea


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