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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by markblues, Jun 24, 2017.
Here's my performance last night of Air on a G String by Bach. I hope you like it
Oh man, from a Bach fanatic, that was nice. Thanks for sharing!
Bach often translates beautifully to guitar.
Have you heard the piece by Steve Howe
on one of the early Yes albums? I forget the name of the piece.
Like Mr Lumbergh I enjoy retreating into the vast depths of JSB's music. To me it's a meditation, mathematical as much as musical and always deeply spiritual. You playing is very sensitive to the music MB, I especially liked your dynamic control and the careful attention to rallantando et al. Nicely recorded too, what sort of guitar are you playing? I assume that, because you're here on the TDPRI, you must have built it yourself? Well done
Beautiful, well played! Thank you!
Well done and well played! I studied classical guitar in college and I enjoy what you're doing there. I still listen to the standard repertoire a lot.
Telecaster nerd and guitar instructor Ted Greene also has a lot of variations and progressions that he based on Bach, and it's worth seeking out even though it's not in the classical guitar style.
I appreciate the real classical guitarists who perform Bach flawlessly. I know how difficult that is to pull off.
A marvelous performance, Bravo!
The sound of a classical guitar in the hands of an accomplished artist is the sound of angels singing.
I know what dedication it took to get to where you are, I too once studied classical guitar, but couldn't cut it.
Please feel free to post more videos, I personally would love to hear more..
I'll check it out. Thanks
Thanks Henry. This is Juan Estruch guitar. I'm rather fond of it. I know little about it but it's such a warm and playable guitar. Your words are very kind
Thanks man. Very kind of you. There's a load more videos on my YouTube channel too
"Mood For A Day", perhaps?
Beautifully done. Enjoyed every second of it.
A w e s o m e !
That was lovely.
Yes!! The Clap is worth listening to as well- not getting it though.
I remember working that stuff out at age 17 ( 1973) - now the millennials can learn how to play it off YouTube.
That's why the old guys seem to be better, they had to learn their craft. Only last night I was watching Don Felder of Hotel California fame say he was poor, self-taught, and played 95% of that song.
I remember learning the Clap also when ideas around 15 from a CD on a guitar magazine.
Lovely ... very lovely .
Very nice, performance and video. Thanks.
Very nice. Very well played and well recorded.