Sanz, Gaspar - Españoleta - Baroque guitar

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Sanz, Gaspar - Españoleta - Baroque guitar

Postby Isabelle Frizac » Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:45 pm

Here is my new baroque guitar! :D

Repeats are played with variation and ornaments .

SANZ-G.Espagnoleta +dim.+rév.MP3

Mod edit: new recording uploaded 23 Feb 2013.
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keep hope !
Bastien Burlot 2014" special anniversary" n°1, Pappalardo 1982, Antonio Ruiz Lopez 1974, and other instruments ...;-)

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Espagnoleta - Baroque guitar

Postby attila57 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:27 am

Hi Isa,
At last I've found this Sanz piece of yours. I was looking for it in the French forum, but I couldn't gain access to it. (I had to register, and it takes time.)

You perform it beautifully (as usually) and you've made me wonder about the way the baroque guitar has to be played.

This instrument must be much more difficult to play! It has a much subtler sound and much shorter notes - much less sustain - so It reveals much more from the actual string touch. It must be a completely different business to play it! One must be very gentle with it, I'm sure.

Especially the ornaments can be difficult to execute. Their main function, I guess, is lengthening the notes plus add stress, and now - as the individual notes are so much shorter - I can feel, that there must have been a rightful need to use different types of ornaments in abundance.
So much room for creativity! It must be lovely.

It's funny, but I can't hear much difference between the two versions - the one with and the one without reverb.

Have lots of joy in your fine instrument! How about posting a photo of her?
Attila :bye:
Music to hear, why hear'st thou music sadly?
Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy...

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Espagnoleta - Baroque guitar

Postby Isabelle Frizac » Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:15 pm

Hello Attila !

I have re-recording, faster and with reverb.
This version is better than the first.
I have written myself each variation.

I have attached some pictures of my guitar and my lute, made ​​in 2008 by Gwendall Le Corre, bought used in february 2012 for the lute and november for the baroque guitare.

Each instrument is a new way of playing and touching the strings.
(Photo from previous owner) :wink: :merci:
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Espagnoleta - Baroque guitar

Postby attila57 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:24 am

Hello Isa,
Your new instruments are very beautiful! So is the music you play on them.
Thanks for posting the photo.
Now I understand why the Vermeer picture is your avatar. That's a very beautiful painting, too, by the way.
I haven't had time to listen to the new recording yet, but I'll comment on it as soon as I listen to it.
Do you use nails on the Baroque guitar?
I'm practicing some lute pieces from the Diana Poulton book, and I find it very interesting how the 'authentic'
technique uses the thumb.
Some useful websites (you might know them better than me already):
http://www.esimcan.com - some nice music from a nice man
http://www.imslp.org - There's plenty of legal lute (& guitar) stuff here, old lutebooks, too.
http://www.dartmouth.edu/lute - The site name might have changed, but there's a lot of lute stuff here, beautifully set.
I suppose you are quite busy with your 'arsenal' of instruments. How can you choose which one to play?
Attila :bye:
Music to hear, why hear'st thou music sadly?
Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy...

William Shakespeare, Sonnet 8

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Espagnoleta - Baroque guitar

Postby attila57 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 9:54 pm

Hi Isa,
I've listened to the new recording, it's much smoother than the old one.
The reverb does it good, too.
I wish you lots of nice springtime guitar music.
Attila :bye:
Music to hear, why hear'st thou music sadly?
Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy...

William Shakespeare, Sonnet 8

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Españoleta - Baroque guitar

Postby alp arslan » Sat Jun 08, 2013 2:25 pm

isabelle wrote:Here is my new baroque guitar! :D

Repeats are played with variation and ornaments .

SANZ-G.Espagnoleta +dim.+rév.MP3

Mod edit: new recording uploaded 23 Feb 2013.

if you wanna get a sweet sound of record , use a lot of Spring reverb and then add some chorus effect ( but not a lot , just a little ) or a comp effect on medium ,,( ALERT you should be back of the AMP not facing it with comp pedals on )
sorry btw ,i know your alot more pro than me ,but i guess most pro classical guitarists don't know these thing like we Electric guitarist :wink: 8) :elec: :chitarrista:


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