Handel, George Frederic - Minuet D Major and D minor - Video

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glassynails
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Handel, George Frederic - Minuet D Major and D minor - Video

Postby glassynails » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:58 pm

Learned these pieces in a couple weeks, so not really under my fingers well, but I did a quick recording this morning anyways

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Re: Handel, George Frederic - Minuet D Major and D minor - Video

Postby khain » Fri Jun 03, 2016 9:03 pm

Very nice. Are you recording at home? The acoustics are pretty good.

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Re: Handel, George Frederic - Minuet D Major and D minor - Video

Postby glassynails » Fri Jun 03, 2016 10:33 pm

khain wrote:Very nice. Are you recording at home? The acoustics are pretty good.


Thanks. Yes, I recorded in my room and then added "amoeba hall" reverb in Audacity. My room has wooden floors so there's already a little natural reverb.
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Re: Handel, George Frederic - Minuet D Major and D minor - Video

Postby soltirefa » Sat Jun 04, 2016 11:02 pm

Very charming, Glassy. I found Segovia's transcription online after watching this. I see it's part of an entire suite. Good job.

PS. I believe Handel was Baroque, not Classical.


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