Spano, Giacomo - Bandoneon

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Viccy
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Spano, Giacomo - Bandoneon

Post by Viccy » Sat Oct 15, 2016 1:15 pm

Hi there, thought I'd share the recording of Bandoneon, that I found on this site, written by Giacomo Spano. I can highly recommend playing it (although I can hardly say I've polished it), it is VERY satisfying, and oh so beautiful. I've recorded it without the repeat. THANK YOU for writing it, Giacomo!
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Re: Spano, Giacomo - Bandoneon

Post by ameetnsharma » Sun Oct 23, 2016 1:59 pm

Very nice!

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Re: Spano, Giacomo - Bandoneon

Post by Erik Zurcher » Sun Oct 23, 2016 8:50 pm

Very nice, Viccy! I agree it's a very catchy tune and fun to play. I have studied it myself, but never got around to record it. I will put it back on my to do list. :bravo: :merci: :bye:
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Re: Spano, Giacomo - Bandoneon

Post by Viccy » Mon Oct 24, 2016 11:58 am

Thanks folks! It was a little embarrassing going back to the original video and seeing how much faster it can be played. Luckily I have a reference now, so can fix the bits I misinterpreted in the score.... and play it a little more lively. Thank goodness for technology!

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Re: Spano, Giacomo - Bandoneon

Post by giacspan » Sat Dec 03, 2016 8:50 pm

:bravo: :bravo:
It is very nice to hear own song played by other musicians, especially when executed so well. I like very much, congratulations. very beautiful the suspension on the harmonic. I will steal your idea ... 8) the speed is not bad. I think it is very beautiful

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