Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo in D Major - Video

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Marek Cupak
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Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo in D Major - Video

Postby Marek Cupak » Thu Feb 25, 2016 11:05 am

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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo - Video

Postby David_Norton » Thu Feb 25, 2016 1:39 pm

Very nice. And congratulations on accurate octaves tuning with those friction pegs! That can be very tricky to manage.
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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo - Video

Postby Marek Cupak » Thu Feb 25, 2016 2:43 pm

Hi David. Thanks!
...well, they're mechanized, ratio 1:4, easy to tune. But I've had those classical friction pegs for a year or two when the guitar was new and yes, they can be tricky to manage, even if you help yourself with graphite / soap / violin peg compound, or whatever.
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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo - Video

Postby Marieh » Thu Feb 25, 2016 4:10 pm

:casque: :bravo:
I really like.
Perhaps you could do a strap in the 19th century style. :wink:

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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo - Video

Postby Max 61 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 4:52 pm

Imitate the beautiful nineteenth century Italian song is not easy.
These are very famous Italian arias, Giuliani, Carulli, Paganini, legnani, Regondie this ber Rondo di F.Molino dear to me.
I am very happy to see a guitarist playing on a guitar / copy 800? You have a way of playing very filoogico ..... I really like ...... I think the 800 unites us .... I love playing the works 800 on a guitar tert ........ trying to play as much as possible philological.
I hope to hear more of your beautiful interpretations.
Max 61 ... a greeting from Turin / Italy :bravo: :casque:

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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo - Video

Postby Marek Cupak » Sun Mar 06, 2016 8:14 pm

Thanks to all for having a listen.

Marieh, I did not find myself comfortable enough with the 19th-cent-strap-style (if you mean playing not seated), yet. Do you play like that? Is it just one strap?
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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo - Video

Postby Terry Sanderson » Mon Mar 07, 2016 8:23 am

Very nice as usual Marek :casque:

:bravo:
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Re: Molino, Francesco - op.28/01 Rondo in D Major - Video

Postby Marek Cupak » Wed Apr 20, 2016 11:49 am

Dear friends,

thanks for having a listen and all your endorsements!

I've shared sheet music also, here on the forum: http://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=104086
And in a free/name-your-price downloadable bundle with audio: http://marekcupak.bandcamp.com/album/francesco-molino-three-rondos-op-28

All the best, :bye:
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