I still prefer to have a real CD in my hands. It is funny what you can get for free is often not so atractive. A friend offered me a CD with PDF's of pretty the entire worlds guitar score collection - but I rarly use it - I would have to decide first what to choose, and then the offer is so big that I end up jumping from one score to the other and don't decide for any of them in the end.tateharmann wrote:Yea and if you create a free account on their site...you can listen to 25% of all of their albums an upgraded account will get you full access, but the 25% suits my a.d.d. brain haha.
That's what happens to me every single time I sit down to play hahaha...ChristianSchwengeler wrote: I would have to decide first what to choose, and then the offer is so big that I end up jumping from one score to the other and don't decide for any of them in the end.
I agree.ChristianSchwengeler wrote: ...Naxos is a real must for people like us...
100% agree!ChristianSchwengeler wrote:One of my absolute favorites is from the Laureat Series 8.554831, Lorenzo Micheli with his recordings of Castelnuovo Tedesco. He has this full, mysterious and dark sound and his interpretation is great. I would differently say he is one of the truly great guitarists of modern times.
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