Live but Unrecorded works

Julian Bream has performed many works by composers in the live concert setting that were never represented in any of his studio recordings. Additionally, there were composer whose works he recorded frequently yet not all of their works found room on his numerous LP releases. So many of these works that were not part of his catalog of studio recordings found room in his recitals.  There were some of these unrecorded works that found themselves on the stage more frequently than works that he had recorded and released on popular LP releases. 

Webmasters notes:
A special thanks to the guitar aficionados at the Delcamp Classical Guitar Forum. Some of the members have been compiling Julian Bream's recital performaces of unrecorded works for many decades. 

Isaac Albéniz:
Iberia (version for guitar and orchestra)
Capricho Catalán
Zambra Granadina
Rumores de la Caleta
Torre Bermeja

Malcolm Arnold:

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Third lute suite
Sixth cello suite
First violin sonata

Leo Brouwer:
Decameron Negro

First concerto

de Visée:
Suite in A
Suite in a minor
Suite in c minor


Manuel Ponce:
Folia variations
Sonatina meridional
Sonata Clasica
Sonata romantica

Fernando Sor:
Fanaisie op 59
Sonata op. 15

Julian Bream performed many more pieces that he never recorded than the ones stated above. In his live performances it is known that he performed works by many composers that he was never known to have recorded in the studio. Some of these live performances of unrecorded material may have surfaced later as a "live studio recording" release such as the Testament CD from the BBC.

Bartok, Bartolotti, Mertz, Bennett, Michael Berkeley, Blake-Watkins, Brindle, Debussy, Eastwood, Fricker, Grieg, Händel, Lord, Migot, Piazzolla, Purcell, Regondi, Respighi, Schumann, Scott, Searle, Shand, Swayne, Takemitsu, Tippett, Usher, Weiss.