[PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto - Garoto

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MartinLudenhoff
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[PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto - Garoto

Post by MartinLudenhoff » Sat Jun 08, 2013 6:39 am

My arrangement.

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Re: [PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto - Garoto

Post by marlovitsh » Sat Jun 08, 2013 7:04 am

Thank you, Martin!

I've played through that nice piece of music and transcription - I like your fingerings which help make the piece sound even better.

I think I found a little type in measure 19: it can be played as it is written, but I think you meant 4-3/2 instead of 3-4/2.

Thanks, Martin

Harry
guitars: Marcelino Lopez Nieto (1985), Paul Fisher Lutherie (1983)

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Re: [PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto - Garoto

Post by MartinLudenhoff » Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:20 pm

marlovitsh wrote:I think I found a little type in measure 19: it can be played as it is written, but I think you meant 4-3/2 instead of 3-4/2.
You'll laugh, but I'm playing really exactly so - to me it's easier to go with the previous measure :mrgreen:. Quickly rearrange the 4th finger is inconvenient...

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Re: [PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto - Garoto

Post by marlovitsh » Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:55 pm

no problem - I won't laugh... ;-)
I am more comfortable quickly moving my 4th... Actually I haven' t got problems to use your fingering - it is also working for me.
Definitely seems to be personal taste.

Thanks Martin

Btw - Martin Ludenhoff does not seem to be a very russian name - was just wondering...
Govorite po-nemecki? (Not that simple to write that in non-kyrillic)
...and Marlovits is not a very german sounding name, either - hmmm... austrian-hungarian origin.

Harry
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Re: [PDF] Nazareth, Ernesto - Garoto

Post by dropbydrop » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:12 am

Very nice piece. Thanks for sharing your pdf and performance.
first comes right, than comes fast!

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