Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

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Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby MartinLudenhoff » Sun Nov 03, 2013 6:30 am

My arrangement and performing.

[PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto; Tango Habanera (music sheet, forum topic).


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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby Bernhard Heimann » Sun Nov 03, 2013 3:53 pm

Hi Martin,

a beautiful arrangement and superb playing - I really enjoyed it and will enjoy the score!
This shows again how many guitar pieces sleep disguised as piano scores (I suppose that was the original). :)

Bernhard

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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby mar » Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:55 am

Beautiful :merci: :casque:

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Postby George Crocket » Thu Nov 07, 2013 8:39 am

:bravo:


Great stuff! Thanks, Martin.
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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby Stringlover » Sun Nov 10, 2013 2:06 am

Great, thank you for sharing

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Postby Beatriz Martin » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:51 am

Vamos a bailar un tango!

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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby KeMe » Thu Nov 14, 2013 1:48 am

:bravo:
Great performance! I've never heard this piece before and I really like it. Thank you for sharing your music with us.
:merci:

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Postby gilmar » Thu Nov 14, 2013 11:59 pm

Very Nice Piece and Great interpretation. Congrats

Gil

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Postby MartinLudenhoff » Sat Nov 16, 2013 9:11 am

Thank you, friends! :)

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Postby Thelonious » Sun Dec 22, 2013 4:29 am

Did Ernesto justice, maybe some Brazilian rhythms would add more flair to the chordal sections but super clean and articulate. Fun to hear for sure.

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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby nickdinarzo » Sun Dec 22, 2013 12:29 pm

Great piece and very good player. Congrats.

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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby Leonardo Silva » Sun Jan 12, 2014 3:38 am

MartinLudenhoff i am brazilian and i can say for sure that you know more about Ernesto Nazareth than 99.99% of brazilian people. It's great to see people from places far away from Brazil who enjoys the music from our composers. Really thank you for this. Talking about the music, it seems to be a hard piece but you played it wonderfully. Why dont you take a look at the tango Sentindo written by Joao Pernambuco? Its a great tango.

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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby MartinLudenhoff » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:26 am

Leonardo Silva wrote:MartinLudenhoff i am brazilian and i can say for sure that you know more about Ernesto Nazareth than 99.99% of brazilian people. It's great to see people from places far away from Brazil who enjoys the music from our composers. Really thank you for this. Talking about the music, it seems to be a hard piece but you played it wonderfully. Why dont you take a look at the tango Sentindo written by Joao Pernambuco? Its a great tango.

Thank you!
I think "99.99% of brazilian people" is a bit of an exaggeration :mrgreen:

Is there anyone on YouTube who plays Tango Sentindo on classical guitar professionally?

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Postby Duang Turongratanachai » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:28 pm

:bravo:
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Re: Nazareth, Ernesto - Tango Habanera - Video

Postby Leonardo Silva » Wed Jan 29, 2014 4:30 pm

MartinLudenhoff wrote:
Leonardo Silva wrote:MartinLudenhoff i am brazilian and i can say for sure that you know more about Ernesto Nazareth than 99.99% of brazilian people. It's great to see people from places far away from Brazil who enjoys the music from our composers. Really thank you for this. Talking about the music, it seems to be a hard piece but you played it wonderfully. Why dont you take a look at the tango Sentindo written by Joao Pernambuco? Its a great tango.

Thank you!
I think "99.99% of brazilian people" is a bit of an exaggeration :mrgreen:

Is there anyone on YouTube who plays Tango Sentindo on classical guitar professionally?


The only professional recording that i know is from Caio Cezar in his album entitled "Interpretando Joao Pernambuco". Along with this tango he plays songs like Dengoso, Brejeiro, Cecy and others.
There's a program about the music and the history of JP made by Fabio Zanon. The link is http://vcfz.blogspot.com.br/2006/04/16- ... mbuco.html. The audio is in Portuguese but there are 14 songs in the program. Sentindo is one of them and you can find it between 39:33-41:58 minutes. It is performed by Joao Pernambuco himself.


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