Not a bad thought as the piece starts hinting at an Em9-D-C-B7 progression or something like that - I'm not being rigorous - but when it gets to the Eb note on the fifth-7th chord, it builds tension nicely to start in Em.Don Asay wrote:I am posting this in hope that someone can identify the source of this piece. My teacher/coach provided a transcription based upon memory. I cut the last 15 seconds of it so that it would fit within the the 30 second time limitation.
It is a lovely piece, I haven't learned it well enough yet to do it justice. The plan is to use it as an intro to Tarrega's Study in E minor.
i think claude leveilee was inspired by a poem by emile nelligan. here is a youtube video of claude:Hilary Field wrote:Hi Don,
The piece is called "Soir D'Hiver/Winter Evening by Claude Léveilée, arranged by Claude Gagnon. It is published as a guitar solo in "The Royal Conservatory of Music Guitar Series" Volume 2 (Toronto). I don't know if that book is still in print. It seems like it was originally a vocal song. You can search for it with that title on YouTube. There is sheet music for the song for voice and guitar on online sheet music stores. Hope this helps - Hilary
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