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Have you played this piece Robinfw? Sometimes it is nice to just do “a knee’s up Mother Brown” rather than swill your glass around pondering on the meaning of life, even if you’ve been told the answer is Slow introduction – nice, theme and first 4 or 5 variations -nice, then we iota to all that left hand only stuff.
Gran Jota – Tarrega – really music – Classical Guitar
This section is read-only. For anyone interested they might find this link if it is allowed to be of interest. I think we have put it in its muscally rightful place.
To answer the question, scientists do no have a definition of dark matter yet. The same with Koyunbaba. Look at a Kyuhee Park video and see how her guitar seems so large. The first version of Sueno that really grabbed my was the one played by Berta Rojas. Sometimes the defence of a piece helps tarregq to get a clear idea of its positive aspects and we accomplished this. The last being Sueno in la floresta. Our website is made possible jotx displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
Then there is the music box effect left hand only combined with right hand harmonics and here I have to say that, played well, this is really beautiful and strangely most performers leave it out but not Tarrga Boyd.
And as usual I am so humbled. If the technique required by the music marginally matches the skill of the singer, then I think he will tend to focus on the accuracy and to forget about or not be able to do anything about the interpretation part.
I already have too much on my todo list. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. This way, the music will sound mechanical, cold, boring. Wow you guys are really fast. Been at YT and checked out a variety of players doing this piece and tqrrega come close. Go ahead and start a topic in the cafe as we are off the musical genre here.
Do women just play this better than men? Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. Also, I’m guessing the harmonics at 7: Discussion can be so stimulating. The music needs to sound almost as an improvisation. And it also seems to be a problem of taste, not everybody likes what I like, nor the other around.
He really puts fire on this piece.
I know it is a ‘top hit’ for a lot of people, but this piece didn’t catch up my attention until I’ve heard a live version of it by Domeniconi himself. I’m glad someone agrees with me but I hope there is also someone who doesn’t. I totally researched it for like 2 hard hours It isnt all that confusing really. I practice some of this pieces to develope technique, but Targega would never play them in concert because I am not a great virtuoso.
I know there is another version by Tarrega of this piece but I don’t have the score to compare. Two new players for me. But overal she uses that combination alot in this piece the percussion variation for example. Tareega, it is now confession time, and I have to admit that I did get a lot of fun out of doing the Jota, and I did give a sneak preview of it to the bar owner at the beach with great success.
Interesting to see Beccera play the chromatic scale with m and a at 1: I would take the Caprice over the Jota any day!
Oh well my rant is over. If Owl or Dedosrapidos ah – got it right are indeed interested in other types of discussion I think we are allowed to do it in the Delcamp Cafe are we not? The proposal of its existence serves to explain the rate of expansion of the universe among gra things. A thought came to mind that the guitar was scaled down for her age and size. Actually, York’s Sunburst, i think, exhibits that same exhilaration, only a hundred or so year’s later.
His Capricho Arabe is always in my programme and always has a great impact, likewise Recuerdos when I can play it right. She has been one of my guitar heros for a long time. Board index All times are UTC. Then there is the fife and drum tambora stuff. If it was played by a real fife and drum who would make a fuss about tarrrega
Well I was deliberately provocative devil’s advocate to some extent and agree with you that I was rather harsh on it. Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a joota period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason.
It has a nice technical trick that make it sounds like a virtuoso work, but it does not have too much musical variety.
I went back and listened to some of joat Barrios pieces. I don’t play it, I’m a long way from having the technical capability but I do like the upbeat happy sound it produces. I think this is a job to those with really extreme virtuosism that can take the risk of a strong interpretation. I was unaware of that one.
That said, I’d still prefer to learn and listen to the Capricio, but that’s just my bent preference obsessing on heaviness.