Schulz, Leonard - op.40/02 L'indispensable - Lento

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Schulz, Leonard - op.40/02 L'indispensable - Lento

Postby Rui Namora » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:41 pm

Continuing this post some days ago
http://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/viewtopic.php?f=102&t=111011#p1180614

this time here is a recording of the second of Leonard Schulz "L'indispensable, op.40"

As with other studies from this set, he composer prescribes a specific technique - "for the second finger and thumb" and "The first finger only to be used on three notes [chords]"

L'indispensable op.40 is a series of exercises and studies, published in London in 1840.
Recording of Exercise nº 2 (Lento), on a 8-guitar replica J.A. Stauffer (1837), built by Jan Tuláček(2015)

L'indispensable_op40_2.mp3


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Re: Schulz, Leonard - op.40/02 L'indispensable - Lento

Postby Rui Namora » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:48 pm

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