Title format: Composer's surname, forename - op.xx/xx Title - tags (if known)
e.g. Granados, Enrique - op.37/05 Andaluza - D09 Video
or Ságreras, J. S. - op.19 Maria Luisa - D04 (For more than one forename, just give initials.)
or Ságreras, J. S. - 1/49 Lesson (One digit for lesson-book / two digits for lesson.)
or Anon. - Samba Lele - D03 (Use Anon. for all anonymous or traditional pieces.)
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If there's one instrument whose repertoire I'm truly jealous of, it's the piano. I was looking through the large amount of scores transcribed by our esteemed founder and came across this gem by one of my absolutely favorite composers. In my opinion the transcription (unlike many other piano transcriptions) works very well for our very different instrument and we even have one musical tool in our power that the pianists don't possess, vibrato!
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许理和·海牙·荷兰 Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos 2004; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona 2001
"While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave's life: the guitar will forever be your master and you its slave".
Beautifully done as usual, Denian. I have always loved this piece as well as so many others by Chopin. However, shouldn't this be designated D09 rather than D07? (As far as I'm concerned, it could be ascribed an infinitely high grade since it will never be within my grasp.)