I love BBC Music Magazine; but, being a British publication, I really really hope they resist the urge to dredge up, yet again, John Williams's usual anti-Segovia crap on the article on Segovia. We'll see. Maybe I will be pleasantly surprised.Briant wrote:Miloš Karadaglić has very good publicity team working for him. The next edition of BBC music magazine out on 13thJanuary features Karadaglić on the front cover.
There is also an article about Segovia planned.The magazine comes with a CD which will feature Guitar Concertos by Arnold and Villa-lobos.
I've just been listening to these songs:Lovemyguitar wrote:Coming soon to an elevator near you...
As did the Beatles.Briant wrote:Miloš Karadaglić has very good publicity team working for him...
+1 Never interested me.Dirck Nagy wrote: I wish this beatles mania would roll over and die.
McCartney tells in this yt cplip that Blackbird stemmed from the famous Bach Bourré (BWV 996).He awkwardly tries to get the piece together. Might be even harder then playing Lagrima. Carols Bonell is demonstrating to Paul how to play the Bourré right, and then he plays an even more difficult piece from BWV 996, the Presto. Very funny clip. BTW Bonell recorded a lot of Beatles songs.Iain wrote:McCartney tried to learn tarrega's lagrima, couldn't manage it, gave up
and instead pinched the music for the song, Blackbird.
Looks like its gone full circle.
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