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TOTI SOLER-Liebeslied
(CD) PICAP CA-P
ORQ. MIRASOL,DHARMA,TOTI SOLER,M.URBANA,S.SÒNICA..-ZELESTE Música Laietana
(2CD) PICAP J-R
TOTI SOLER-El cant monjo
(CD) PICAP WM-NA-CO-J
JORDI SABATÉS i TOTI SOLER-Sabatés i Soler
(CD) PICAP J-NA-WM
TOTI SOLER-Epigrama
(CD) PICAP WM-NA-CO-J
TOTI SOLER-Desdesig
(CD) PICAP WM-NA-CO-J
TOTI SOLER-El gat blanc
(CD) PICAP WM-NA-CO-J
Toti Soler, composer, guitarist, singer and musician who puts poetry to music feels, perceives and finds beauty at the core of everything and generously offers it up to us in each and every one of his compositions. Born in Vilassar de Dalt (Province of Barcelona) in 1949, he began studying music at the Municipal Music Conservatory (Conservatori Muncipal de Mœsica) of Barcelona in 1965, continuing at the Spanish Guitar Centre in London in 1969. In 1971, he met the American blues man, Taj Mahal, and they gave several concerts together in an enriching exchange, sharing the measure of the rhythm that lends music a plaintive note. Toti Soler traveled to Andalusia in 1972 and learned a great deal from the legendary flamenco guitarist, Diego del Gastor, integrating all of this knowledge into his music. In 1973, his music took a new turn. Hand in hand with the poet, actor and singer, Ovidi Montllor, Toti unfurled his entire range of acquired and heartfelt sensibilities over verses by selected
poets, turning them into songs and recitals that were to fill innumerable theatres for twenty-six years, one of them being the renowned Olympia music hall in Paris. In 1980, the Italian actor and director, Ugo Tognazzi, asked him to make the soundtrack for his film, I viaggiatori della sera, and that same year, the brilliant LŽo FerrŽ found Toti Soler's prodigious fingers the ideal complement to his improvised, intense performances. In 1984, Toti participated in the Seville Biennial of the Art of Flamenco, 'The Players' (Bienal de Arte Flamenco de Sevilla, 'El Toque'). He participated as well in the 7th Guitar Festival of Barcelona in 1996, playing classical music before an audience for the first time, with a concert dedicated to music by J. S. Bach. That same year, Soler received the Best Catalan Disc of the Year Award (Premi al Millor Disc Catalˆ de l'Any) for his compositions on the album Lydda, recorded in Switzerland. In 1998, he received the Theatre Critics' Award of Barcelona
(Premi de la Cr’tica Teatral de Barcelona). In 1999, he was granted the Best Children's Album of the Year Award (Premi al Millor Disc Infantil de l'Any), and in the year 2000, the Premi Altaveu and Popularity Award (Premi a la Popularitat). In 2002, he recorded Vita nuova in his own studio and in 2003, received the Award for New Music from the Spanish General Association of Authors and Publishers (Sociedad General de Autores y Editores - SGAE). In 2005, the Department of Culture of the Generalitat Government of Catalonia announces Toti Soler as the recipient of the Catalan National Music Award (Premi Nacional de la Mœsica). In 2006, the Government of Catalonia grants him the Cross of Saint George (Creu de Sant Jordi), the highest honor that the Catalan government can bestow upon an individual or entity for their outstanding contributions. Toti Soler is a musician who speaks with the soul, and his music cannot simply be heard with the ear, but must likewise be understood through the
heart, through the soul.