How do you do? From Yorkshire, England

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rickyhind

How do you do? From Yorkshire, England

Post by rickyhind » Wed May 20, 2015 9:02 am

Hello, to all at Classicalguitardelcamp,

I have enjoyed playing guitar 21 years, but for the last couple of years I would only play once or twice a week, until a month ago, and now I am playing with much delight, every day again. I am self taught.
All genres of music are inclusive in my preferences of playing and listening, but until recently I hadn't played much classical music, and then I came across a guitar book in a local store which is now in my collection containing 50 classical pieces.
The first piece I learnt was: Vaghe Belleze et bionde treccie d'oro vedi che per ti moro, and now I am enthusiastic to learn more, so I turned to the internet to find more about classical music for Guitar and came across your web site.
I look forward to learning so much more of what classical music has to offer by hopefully understanding the complexity of it, and its wonderfulness.

I am currently playing an acoustic guitar, and hope to purchase a classical guitar very soon.

Thanks,
Rickyhind.

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Re: How do you do? From Yorkshire, England

Post by Erik Zurcher » Wed May 20, 2015 9:11 am

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