Paganini, Niccolò - Allegretto e Vivace

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Maxim Joan
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Paganini, Niccolò - Allegretto e Vivace

Postby Maxim Joan » Wed Mar 29, 2017 4:24 pm

I thought about my small guitar like a small orchestra. :D
Allegretto and Vivace Niccolò Paganini, I hope you enjoy despite some imperfections. :chaud:
I played under two songs in A Major, as a unique composition: the form is: Allegretto, Vivace, Allegretto Vivace.
Terz guitar.(Original 1800) Natural sound of the guitar
Maxim Joan: okok:
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Terry Sanderson
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Re: Paganini.N.-Allegretto e Vivace-

Postby Terry Sanderson » Wed Mar 29, 2017 6:19 pm

Nice sound coming from your guitar :casque:
:bravo:
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Re: Paganini.N.-Allegretto e Vivace-

Postby Maxim Joan » Sun Apr 02, 2017 3:16 pm

Terry Sanderson wrote:Nice sound coming from your guitar :casque:
:bravo:


Thanks Terry, your compliments make me very happy.
Maxim Joan :merci:


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