Sonatina is included on the following albums, which are available as digital downloads: (clear search)
First audio CD by German classical guitarist Katrin Endrikat with works by A. Barrios, A.Tansman, J.S.Bach and others. A beautiful selection of original pieces and arranged works for classical guitar.
Performed by Katrin Endrikat (guitar)
In 2014 Ekachai Jearakul became the first Asian guitarist to win the prestigious Guitar Foundation of America International Concert Artist Competition (GFA). Winner of numerous awards and an international artist, he has selected a recital that takes the listener on a journey from the baroque beauties of Weiss through nineteenth-century classics by Mertz and Legnani, concluding with three modern compositions influenced by jazz. (Synopsis by Naxos)
Performed by Ekachai Jearakul (guitar)
This disc features one of the greatest and distinguished contemporary classical guitarists: Julian Bream. It seems extraordinary that the discography of his youth has been only partially re-mastered on CD. In fact, this is true to such a point that many of his very famous performances are still difficult to find today, such as the Lennox Berkeley Sonatina recorded in 1960. The disc also features Bach's fantastic 'Ciaccona' recorded in 1956, when Bream was just 21 years old, together with a selection of other works recorded in 1960, that are currently very difficult to find. Among them is the famous transcription of Ravel's 'Pavane pour une infante défunte'. (Synopsis by Dynamic Records)
Performed by Julian Bream (guitar)
Performed by Michael Troster (guitar)
Performed by Dale Kavanagh (guitar)
Performed by Graham Anthony Devine (guitar)
The second Berkeley recording from Chandos Records in Autumn 2004 was a collection of guitar music (together with pieces by Michael Berkeley), played by Craig Ogden.
Performed by Craig Ogden (guitar)
Performed by Nathan Kolosko (guitar)
Anders Miolin’s recording has a quite mellow but clear and resonant sound. Miolin’s version is faithfully detailed, and like Garrobé, he adopts the ‘non troppo’ approach to the Rondo. Unusually, the guitar used is a ten-stringed instrument. The programme is substantial, and all British; featuring Walton, Rawsthorne, Berkeley, Tippett and Britten.
Performed by Anders Miolin (guitar)
Performed by Ian Partridge (tenor) & Jukka Savijoki (guitar)