Guitarist and lutenist Julian Bream was born in Battersea of London, on 15th July 1933. He was a child sensation during his early days and stunned audiences with his recitals. Officially debuting on 17th February 1947 at Cheltenham, he was only 13 years old but soon was recognized as one of the best artists of the era after World War II.
By the time he was 16, he took part in numerous versions of the following:
- Film music
- Fascination on lute
- Research on Elizabethan inventory
November 1951 saw him make a remarkable debut at the Wigmore Hall of London. A few months after, he also appeared at the Aldeburgh Festival for the first time. Studying at the Royal College of Music, he also laid hands on serving the country with the army. After that in his career he traveled length and breadth of these places:
- Regular shows in all 5 continents
- Annual visiting of Europe and the USA
- Winter dates through the British Isles
Some of the features of the 28-CD box set are given below:
- Purely a music making lesson of various instruments
- Recordings cover 1959 to 1989 of the RCA Bream catalogue
- The complete box set and all its volumes are presently rare
The collection includes Bream’s various creations on different subjects. Enrichment of the musical parts that talk about the history of Spanish guitars from Renaissance to present day can be enjoyed. Numerous classical and modern day guitarists along with famous vocals are also to be experienced with sheer joy.
Julian Bream and his musical attributes have been impressive to the experts since long ago. The rare collection of the volumes must be bought for the glamorous feeling that the overall musical features express in the instrumentals and the songs.