Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

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Frances McMahon
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Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby Frances McMahon » Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:37 pm

Hi Guys,

Here's a recording I made the other day of my grade 6 exam piece - "Canarios"
There are a few "buzzed" notes, but I've only been playing for a year (after a 27 year hiatus, of which I played 3 years in my early twenties), so it's certainly not perfect by any means.

It's fascinating to hear so many variations of this piece!

Thanks for listening. :)
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby Leo » Sat Nov 07, 2015 8:28 am

Maybe not perfect, but another nice variation, and enjoyable. :)

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby therebelartist » Sat Nov 07, 2015 7:30 pm

Hi There Frances,
You've done great coming back to CG after a 27yr break. I think it's worth working on this one a little more and you will soon have it perfect.
I like your tempo and style setting the rhythm and beat of the Canarios dance along with the happy feel for it.
Very nicely done.
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby lagartija » Sat Nov 07, 2015 10:17 pm

That sounds like the version I know. It is also like the one a very young, long-haired John Williams plays. ;-)
I think my edition is by Wallach who compiled this really large volume on all of Sanz' works.
I too, play it like the dance it is.

Nice job! :applauso:
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby Paul Janssen » Sat Nov 07, 2015 10:26 pm

Very nice Frances. I really like this arrangement of the piece. :casque:

Cheers,
Paul

P.S. are you using your new KL guitar on this one?

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby Frances McMahon » Sun Nov 08, 2015 9:42 am

Paul Janssen wrote:Very nice Frances. I really like this arrangement of the piece. :casque:

Cheers,
Paul

P.S. are you using your new KL guitar on this one?


Thanks for the kind and constructive comments, all. Much appreciated! :merci:

Paul, it was recorded with my KL guitar. I've got a long way to go until I can really "milk" the amazing sound this guitar produces, but I'm having fun trying :D
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby lucy » Sun Nov 08, 2015 1:11 pm

:bravo: Really enjoyed it! :casque:

therebelartist wrote: I like your tempo and style setting the rhythm and beat of the Canarios dance along with the happy feel for it.

I agree. I couldn't have put it better myself! :)

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

Postby Sandrevan » Mon Mar 28, 2016 3:57 am

I'm also learning this for my grade 6 studies (AMEB). I play at a similar tempo as you. I know where the difficult moves are and that's where you had problems too. I practice those difficult moves over and over again. Just when I think I've got it sorted I make the same mistakes again.

Well done for putting it out there.
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