Gilson Antunes have recorded 4 solo CDs and 1 chamber music CD with the São Paulo Guitar Trio:

Music for Guitar By Young Brazilian Composers (2000) (Indie). For the first time, Gilson Antunes presented works by young brazilian composers of his generation, all of them then with less than 30 years of age. You can download it for free here.

Works for Guitar by Américo Jacomino "Canhoto" (recorded in 2002, released in 2003) (GTR). The first digital record in just one CD by works of this great composer. You can download it for free here.

Marcus Siqueira by Gilson Antunes (2009) (Água Forte). Almost the complete works for solo guitar by this composer.

Roberto Victorio by Gilson Antunes: Works for Guitar (2012) (indie). The complete guitar solo works so far by this composer.

Brazilian Music for 3 Guitars - Sao Paulo Guitar Trio (recorded in 1999, released in 2001). All the tracks are original (or arranged by the composers themselves) for 3 guitars, and received the first records on this CD.

Gilson Antunes did participate, also, in 3 more collected albums: Contraluz (Chamber Music Works by Marcus Siqueira), Violões do Brasil Project (Box set with a double CD, DVD and a book de luxe) and 10 Anos de Violão Intercâmbio (1 track by brazilian composer Edmundo Villani-Côrtes):

10 Years by Violão Intercâmbio (GRT, 2004): Gilson Antunes recorded Flora y Fauna (Edmundo Villani-Côrtes). This is the first record of this music.

Violões do Brasil box set (double CD, DVD and book de luxe) (2005, Galvani). Gilson Antunes recorded works by Antonio Giacomino (Festa na Fazenda, first digital record of this music) and Américo Jacomino (Olhos Feiticeiros).

Contraluz: Chamber Music Works by Marcus Siqueira (SESC, 2013). Gilson Antunes played on track Signo Sopro III, dedicated for him. This is the premiere record of this music.

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