Joan, Maxim - Dialogo Eternae

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Maxim Joan
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Joan, Maxim - Dialogo Eternae

Postby Maxim Joan » Tue Nov 29, 2016 11:54 am

Among Walton, Berio, Mingus, Parker, between the classic among contemporary jazz and contamination.
Sometimes a track even written on a stave may well a little imagination.
As the sand that sits on a piece of paper and then it is siffiata away by the wind without leaving any trace.
Improvising is possible, it is impossible to repeat, although the melody and harmony have a logical sense.
Maxim Joan :bye:

Liutaio Luigi Rogualdo (1926), capo # 2
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PeteJ
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Re: Joan, Maxim - Dialogo Eternae

Postby PeteJ » Wed Nov 30, 2016 11:46 am

Interesting and impressive. All the bits for a great piece but not necessarily in the best order. I like the guitar sound a lot.

Maxim Joan
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Re: Joan, Maxim - Dialogo Eternae

Postby Maxim Joan » Fri Jan 06, 2017 1:36 pm

PeteJ wrote:Interesting and impressive. All the bits for a great piece but not necessarily in the best order. I like the guitar sound a lot.


I'm a little late, thank you PeteJ for your comment.
Thanks, Maxim Joan :bye:

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Schneider
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Re: Joan, Maxim - Dialogo Eternae

Postby Schneider » Fri Jan 06, 2017 6:15 pm

I like it a lot. Very nice job Maxim Joan.
Tanks very much for sharing.
Cheers,
Pierre
I went up into the attic and found a Stradivarius and a Rembrandt.
Unfortunately Stradivarius was a terrible painter and Rembrandt made lousy violins.


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