Parry, John - Twelve airs for the guittar, Air 10th - Duo

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Parry, John - Twelve airs for the guittar, Air 10th - Duo

Post by sxedio » Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:20 pm

Another air from a 1761 edition, originally for two english guitars but works ok on the spanish guitar. This must be the only case the composer uses something that resembles chords. Apologies for the occasionally rushed semiquavers and the less than ideal tone.
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Re: Parry, John - Twelve airs for the guittar, Air 10th - Duo

Post by Bertran » Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:57 pm

Good work sxedio,

I always appreciate when somebody do an additional effort and record both guitar at duet.
It is a task, not so easy regardless of melody!

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Re: Parry, John - Twelve airs for the guittar, Air 10th - Duo

Post by sxedio » Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:59 pm

Thank you Bertran. I have to admit that part of the point of my recent recordings is to learn how to record duets well :). It does help if you use the appropriate tools (in my case a zoom H5 recorder) but you still need to learn how to get the best results out of them.
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