À sa guitare (Album)

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À sa guitare
a double portrait of Philippe Jaroussky and Thibaut Garcia
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 15, 2021 (2021-10-15)
Recorded2021 (2021)–2021 (2021)
LanguageEnglish, German, Italian, Spanish
ProducerÉtienne Collard

À sa guitare is to be released in October 2021. It comprises a variety of songs from different eras as well as solo works for guitar.

Recording and production

Alain Lanceron is listed as executive producer.

Music and libretti

Title and artwork

The eponymous "À sa guitare" is the title of a piece for guitar by Francis Poulenc.


Phlippe Jaroussky – countertenor
Thibaut Garcia – guitar

Thibaut Garcia is a classical guitar player. On A sà guitare', he is a solost, acompanist as well as the creator of some musical arrangements.




The album A sa guitare is connected to a tour of the same name, À sa guitare (Concert program)

Release history

List of release dates, showing region, edition(s), format(s), label(s) and reference.

Region Date 1st release Format(s) Label(s) and Catalogue Number(s) EAN/UPC etc.
France 15 October 2021
  • CD
  • Vinyl
  • Digital download
  • OCLC:
  • EAN: 0190295005702
Germany 15 October 2021
Japan 8 October 2021
UK 15 October 2021
US 15 October 2021


Track listing

1."À sa guitare (Song)" (FP 79a, Transcr. T. Garcia)Pierre de RonsardFrancis Poulenc2:38
2."Come again! Sweet love doth now invite" (First Booke of Songes or Ayres)AnonymousJohn Dowland2:55
3."Caro mio ben" (Transcr. D. Jacques) Giuseppe Giordani, formerly attributed to Tommaso Giordani2:36
4."Chi desia di saper" (Il Primo Libro delle Musiche) Francesca Caccini2:16
5."El mirar de la maja" (12 Tonadillas en estilo antiguo: No. 5, Transcr. T. Garcia)Fernando PeriquetEnrique Granados2:38
6."Der Erlkönig" (Op. 1, D. 328, Transcr. D. Jacques)Johann Wolfgang von GoetheFranz Schubert4:10
7."Sarabande pour guitare" (FP 179) Francis Poulenc2:17
8."Septembre (Quel joli temps)" (Transcr. T. Garcia)Barbara (Monique Andrée Serf), Sophie MakhnoBarbara (Monique Andrée Serf), Sophie Makhno3:39
9."If music be the food of love" (Z.379, Transcr. T. Garcia)Henry HeveninghamHenry Purcell2:03
10."In darkness let me dwell" (A Musicall Banquet: No. 3)AnonymousJohn Dowland3:47
11."Manhã de carnaval" (From Orfeu Negro, Transcr. T. Garcia & J. Ferreira)Antônio MariaLuiz Bonfá4:10
12."Xodó da baiana" Dilermando Reis1:56
13."Abendempfindung" (K. 523, Transcr. D. Jacques)Joachim Heinrich CampeWolfgang Amadeus Mozart4:42
14."Nel cor più non mi sento" (L'amor contrastato, ossia La molinara Act II, Transcr. D. Jacques)Giuseppe PalombaGiovanni Paisiello2:38
15."Alfonsina y el mar" (Transcr. T. Garcia)Félix “Falucho” LunaAriel Ramírez5:10
16."Au bord de l'eau" (3 Songs,Op. 8: No. 1, Transcr. D. Jacques)René François Armand (Sully) PrudhommeGabriel Fauré1:52
17."Nocturne" (2 Songs, Op. 43: No. 2, Nocturne, Transcr. T. Garcia)Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-AdamGabriel Fauré2:30
18."Di tanti palpiti" (Tancredi, Act I)Gaetano RossiGioacchino Rossini2:40
19."La cumparsita" (Transcr. De Azpiazu) Gerardo Matos „Becho“ Rodríguez2:38
20."When I am laid in earth" ("Dido's lament" from Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III, Transcr. T. Garcia)Nahum TateHenry Purcell3:21
21."Anda, jaleo" (13 Canciones españolas antiguas: No. 1)Federico García LorcaFederico García Lorca1:57
22."Il est quelqu'un sur terre" (Folksong Arrangements, Vol. II "France")Anonymous/FolksongBenjamin Britten4:41


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