Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

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Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Wed Dec 16, 2015 11:45 pm

Hi all - I just posted my newest video of Carulli's Andantino in A minor. This is a fairly common piece, and one that I give to my students after they've developed their core free stroke technique.


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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by DaveLloyd » Thu Dec 17, 2015 2:29 pm

Beautifully played Nick!

Off to find the sheet music now so that I can add that piece to my own repertoire.

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Thu Dec 17, 2015 2:43 pm

Dave - thanks for listening. You can get this directly from Carulli's Method. It's the 20th piece in the book.
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by DaveLloyd » Thu Dec 17, 2015 3:18 pm

Thanks Nick!

Just found it precisely where you suggested.

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Thu Dec 17, 2015 3:35 pm

No problem! Have fun working on the piece Dave!
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Joe Holden » Sat Mar 19, 2016 1:54 am

Nicely done . I have a question for you about your guitar . I am a beginner luthier and i am into hearing what people have to say about different design's particularly when it comes to sound hole placement . I have heard some with a off set sound hole that seemed to balance the bass and treble ( it was on the bass side only ) . Yet it was noticeable . and with yours being on both sides of the strings it makes me think .... I would appreciate a little of your time if you don't mind to tell me what you think of it . Obviously you like it or you wouldn't have it but past that .... what or your thoughts on it ? Thanks man , Cheers . Joe

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Sat Mar 19, 2016 4:45 am

The soundhole placement, by itself doesn't really do much except extend the amount of surface area on the soundboard that vibrates. Alan Chapman's instrument employs an extended lattice bracing system which goes up to where the soundholes are on the instrument. I'm planning YouTube video which goes in depth on my instrument, I'll be sure to post it here when it's up and viewable. Although feel free to subscribe to my youtube channel and be updated once it is released.
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by ADeanS » Wed Mar 01, 2017 2:27 am

Very , very nice well connected to the message of the music.

This feels like something that may be within my reach. Is the music for it here? Where?

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by spanishguitarmusic » Wed Mar 01, 2017 2:54 am

:bravo: Very beautiful playing! I really enjoyed listening to you play this piece! :merci: :bye:

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Bernhard Heimann » Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:25 am

ADeanS wrote:Very , very nice well connected to the message of the music.

This feels like something that may be within my reach. Is the music for it here? Where?
Carulli's op. 241 can be found here (facsimile edition):
http://www.guitareclassiquedelcamp.com/ ... rulli.html

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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Sun Mar 05, 2017 4:35 am

@ADeanS and @spanishguitarmusic -- thanks for watching!
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by UnstoppableGuitar » Thu Mar 09, 2017 9:00 pm

thanks. well done!
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Sat Apr 01, 2017 7:07 pm

UnstoppableGuitar wrote:thanks. well done!
Thanks for watching! Glad you enjoyed the performance.
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Jeffrey Armbruster » Sat Apr 01, 2017 9:39 pm

Nick, your guitar would allow you play with your right hand where the 'normal' sound hole would be, but without blocking any sound. Those notes tend to be rounder and so on. Is this an advantage? I may well be off base!
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Re: Carulli, Ferdinando - op.241/20 Andantino - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Sat Apr 01, 2017 9:48 pm

Jeffrey Armbruster wrote:Nick, your guitar would allow you play with your right hand where the 'normal' sound hole would be, but without blocking any sound. Those notes tend to be rounder and so on. Is this an advantage? I may well be off base!
Hey Jeffrey - I just answered your comment on youtube, but it seems as though I might have misunderstood you there (it's worded a bit differently). I don't know if it's an advantage or not, I guess it's up to the player. However from a technical perspective, I'd be able to play the string "over the sound hole" without blocking the bass frequencies of the instrument. Thus creating a less muffled sound when playing from that area of the guitar. With that said, I don't consider that area a "neutral" spot. I'd go there with the specific "sound" which would be warmer. At the end, it's all a matter of how the player feels on that instrument and what it give them. (sorry for the "non-answer")
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