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Privacy Terms. Classical Guitar Skip to content. Quick links. Forum guitare classique - Forum chitarra classica - Foro guitarra clasica - Free sheet music for classical guitar - Delcamp. File access restricted to members who have made at least 2 posts. Please refer to my post Recurdos de la Alhambra in this section for the full detail of this recording.
I was bit hesitant to post this one because I was not satisfied with the style of my performance for this piece, though less fumbling errors than the two others I've posted earlier. I was pleased with the style of the other two even though they were not perfectly rendered. In this piece I used the triplet form - te-ta-ta, te-ta-ta. Usually, this piece is performed in a little faster and smoother manner with the right arpeggio fingers just sort of breezing through the strings automatically.
But I had to sacrifice the speed, though this was not my major concern, in an effort to maintain the triplet form where every notes must be consciously plucked, and it is very difficult to play it fast in this manner.
I even went as far as to play the ascending scale at the latter part of this piece in the triplet form as well. My primarily dissatisfaction was that in trying to maintain the triplet form, I lost the smoothness of this piece which I think is essential part of this music - though difficult to do but by no means impossibe.
Since I had no chance for a retake, it had to stay as it is, and it is almost impossibe to get any piece done right on the first take.
But to be fair to myself, technically it was well done for a difficult piece done in one take, though not perfect, there were no embarassing errors. The slur passage near the beginning was superb - it flowed like a gentle river. But please excuse me for the ending part, I sort of fooled around with it.
I was always bored with its standard ending and I perfectly understand why Mr. Parkening revised it. Nevertheless I should've stuck with the original, but who'd ever thought 20 or so years ago that I'd be sharing this with the world audience 20 years hence!
Well this is it, folks. Since I recorded all these pieces impromptu in a continuos mode - one after the other non-stop - in one take and non-rehearsed, please excuse me for all the shortcomings of my performance. But nevertheless, I hope you enjoyed them. Please be free to comment or criticize. Thank you. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Last edited by pacfan on Wed Jan 24, pm, edited 1 time in total.
For me, your performance of this lovely work has atmosphere and I have really enjoyed the opportunity to hear it. You are tough on yourself! You mentioned sacrificing speed—I have this played by David Russell and he does shave a half minute off. In fact, I prefer the pace at which you tackled it. Thank you for sharing your work with us. Best wishes, V. I agree that you are being hard on yourself. But then, it does drive one to make further improvements if needed.
My CG teacher of many years ago informed me that speed does not necessarily make something sound better. Better to play at a slower speed and have it sound good - like your recording.
I think your arps sounded smooth as well. An obviously difficult piece played really well. Thanks for allowing us to hear it. I really loved this! I definitely liked the tune played a little slower than it usually is.
Great job! Its supurb as well as yours. A very fun piece no doubt. I wish I could play it someday Really good interpretation, I enjoy it! Excellent work Pacfan. Now how about posting something that wasn't recorded on a Karaoke machine? I know you're working on that. Last edited by pacfan on Sat Jan 27, pm, edited 1 time in total. It always gives us performers a much needed encouragement when people show their appreciation for our performances, no matter how undeserved we think.
It's impressive that you sounded as good as you did despite the recording being done through a karaoke machine from the 80's. You're right about the speed, it would have sounded better at a higher tempo. I'm confused, whose version of the ending was that one you just played in the recording? I'd like to hear a more recent recording from you.
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Etude No.20, Estudio brillante de Alard, for guitar
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