Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

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Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Max 61 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 10:57 am

N. Paganini: Minuet n.XXVI.
Paganini playing for me and a source of pride and joy ...... every time I touch a work of Paganini I shake hands ..... I have a deep respect for this Demon composer Genovese.
Enter humbled to receive this Minuet n.XXVI taken from a collection from the "original compositions" for guitar.
I hope that you will understand the difficulty of this song, even if the notes are easy to read.
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Re: Niccolò, Paganini - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Catire » Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:50 pm

Wonderful. Thanks. -Well played! What instrument did you use?
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Re: Niccolò, Paganini - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by tateharmann » Wed Mar 02, 2016 6:30 pm

Yahoo! Awesome interpretation and great energy! :)
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Re: Niccolò, Paganini - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Max 61 » Wed Mar 02, 2016 8:34 pm

Many thanks for listening.
the guitar is a "Blanchard" built in Paris in the mid-1800s Back and sides are made of pear wood, spruce top, ebony fretboard.
It 'a triplet guitar, tuned a minor third above the strings are gut and use the nails very short.
Thanks to you who have listened to me.
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Re: Niccolò, Paganini - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Max 61 » Thu Mar 03, 2016 7:33 am

tateharmann wrote:Yahoo! Awesome interpretation and great energy! :)

..... It is easy to read .... but difficult to interpret.
If we think of the 24 Caprices for violin, the technical level is very high.
It reflects the Op. Of N. Paganini.
These tracks lead to energy work.
Thank you for listening.
Max :bye:

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Re: Niccolò, Paganini - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Max 61 » Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:01 pm

Catire wrote:Wonderful. Thanks. -Well played! What instrument did you use?
The guitar is a terz guitar.
The luthier is a certain "Blanchard" Paris mid-1800.
I love this kind of tool, I find it very philological play this musical period of these vintage instruments.
Hello Max :bye:

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Re: Niccolò, Paganini - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Max 61 » Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:01 pm

Catire wrote:Wonderful. Thanks. -Well played! What instrument did you use?
The guitar is a terz guitar.
The luthier is a certain "Blanchard" Paris mid-1800.
I love this kind of tool, I find it very philological play this musical period of these vintage instruments.
Hello Max :bye:

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Re: Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Lovemoren » Mon Mar 21, 2016 2:56 pm

Quite some dexterity there. Well done, Max.

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Re: Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by bear » Mon Mar 21, 2016 3:56 pm

Very nice, wonderful sound.
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Post by sxedio » Mon Mar 21, 2016 4:24 pm

Well done, it sounds very virtuosic!
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Re: Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by kramer733 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:00 am

I was looking at the "original compositions for the guitar" and there isn't a minuet no. 26. There is however a vivace in A major as the 26th piece. Could you clarify which minuet it is?

Here's a link to the list of items in the book

http://www.leadingnote.com/products/she ... mann/6177/

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Re: Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by Maxim Joan » Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:01 pm

kramer733 wrote:I was looking at the "original compositions for the guitar" and there isn't a minuet no. 26. There is however a vivace in A major as the 26th piece. Could you clarify which minuet it is?

Here's a link to the list of items in the book

http://www.leadingnote.com/products/she ... mann/6177/
This minuet is taken from the 26 original compositions for guitar published by an Italian house that I can not name for copyright.
This corresponds to 26 of the collection.
XXVI Minuet in A major.
The minuet who played Max 61 is definitely the 26 of this collection.
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Re: Paganini, Niccolò - Minuetto n.XXVI - Terz Guitar

Post by spanishguitarmusic » Thu Mar 09, 2017 12:10 am

Wow, thank you, this sounds so good! Very clear recording too!

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