Giuliani, Mauro - op.061 Grande Ouverture - D09

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Giuliani, Mauro - op.061 Grande Ouverture - D09

Post by lucy » Sun Jul 12, 2009 6:58 pm

Hi All

I'm really sticking my neck out here - this piece is long, very fast and totally manic all the way through. :chitarrista:

There are a few finger slips here and there, as it's so difficult to control - but I hope it's still worth listening to.

After a quick a search, I found there doesn't appear to be another recording of this piece on the forum. So come on owl et al. I'd love to hear a recording by someone who can really play it. :ouioui:

As always, any feedback is welcome.
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - Op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by KeMe » Mon Jul 13, 2009 5:04 am

lucy wrote: ...There are a few finger slips here and there, as it's so difficult to control - but I hope it's still worth listening to...
As always, any feedback is welcome.
My dear,
This is very much worth listening to!! I truly enjoyed your performance.
You have achieved pure magic. I couldn't even breathe when I listened to you play.
Oh, my heavens child, when is you next concert scheduled? I want a ticket on the front seat because I want to see what it looks like to see fingers fly.
If I were in your audience, I would toss roses to the stage.
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - Op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by Vesuvio » Mon Jul 13, 2009 7:29 am

Hello Lucy.

Thank you very much!

Like Kay, I think you did a really great job with this,

Best wishes, V :D :bravo: :merci:
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - Op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by rlatkin » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:27 pm

I can't play it even dead slow... Great job! :casque: :bravo:

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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by owl » Tue Jul 14, 2009 1:54 am

Well done Lucy!
I'm impressed... you played this with great verve... who cares about a few finger flubs, you got in there and put out the music :bravo:

Great job, and YAY for the lady players... you go girl! :applauso:

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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by lucy » Tue Jul 14, 2009 6:05 pm

Thanks so much everyone for commenting on my attempt to play this piece. It was a big one! :shock:
KeMe wrote: Oh, my heavens child, when is you next concert scheduled? I want a ticket on the front seat because I want to see what it looks like to see fingers fly.

Thank you very much for your generous words Kay, but to be honest I've never played this piece to even a small audience, ( :oops: ) because I don't feel I have as much control over it as I would like and this is what contributes to the finger slips and the rushing.

I've often heard it said that to play a piece successfully in a concert one has to to be able to play it well over 100%, to allow for nerves etc. I believe strongly that this is true - and as I'm hard on myself I strive to this aim. Maybe one day I'll do it................ :wink:
owl wrote: I'm impressed... you played this with great verve... who cares about a few finger flubs, you got in there and put out the music
Thanks Owl, glad you appreciate my efforts to put this music out there.
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by Murssi » Thu Jul 16, 2009 9:42 pm

You played it in exactly same time like one guitarist I have in playlist :D.
And long pieces are very difficult in taking attention and concentration to the end. But you kept the energy for this 8 minutes :-). :bravo:

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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by Duang Turongratanachai » Thu Jul 16, 2009 10:53 pm

This is great! Very impressed. :bravo:
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by Leonardo Silva » Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:50 am

according to Mr. Delcamp this song is Niveau 9 along with Fandango and La Catedral. So it is very hard to play this one. so congratulations for your performance.

I leave a question. What "Niveau" should Rondo from Aguado be placed. For me it is 9.

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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by nogara » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:30 am

Very beautiful interpretation :okok:
I like much :casque:
:bravo:

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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by PeterSimon » Sun Jul 19, 2009 10:22 am

:bravo: very nice interpretation, compliments
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by lucy » Sun Jul 19, 2009 5:47 pm

Thank you so much everyone for your encouraging comments. :D
leo_dio wrote:according to Mr. Delcamp this song is Niveau 9 along with Fandango and La Catedral. So it is very hard to play this one. so congratulations for your performance.

I leave a question. What "Niveau" should Rondo from Aguado be placed. For me it is 9.
I found the piece extremely difficult to play at the correct tempo - and one of the problems is that this speed never lets up. Personally, I feel it is more difficult than Asturias, but maybe that's just me. :wink:
I have heard the Aguado rondo, but never played it - I only know that Julian Bream once described it as very difficult! :shock:
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by licaptn » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:21 pm

This is a difficult piece and you played it well, Lucy.

Thank you.

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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by lucy » Sat Jul 25, 2009 2:51 pm

Thanks licaptn for listening - and appreciating my efforts. :chaud:
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Re: Giuliani, Mauro - op.61 Grande Ouverture

Post by marta150310 » Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:06 pm

I'm impressed ! I listened it and I think that you understand this piece, your phrasing is gentle and well - thought. It's very difficult piece but you played it very well. Maybe you haven't controlled it totally yet, but I didn't expect that you enchant me your technicall skills, I always want to hear music and you do this.

Thank you for beautiful music
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