introduction

curlyjohn

introduction

Post by curlyjohn » Sun Mar 05, 2017 2:18 pm

i have been playing guitar for about 45 years and work as a guitar teacher specialising in Classical, Flamenco but also open minded about rock, pop and world music.
At the moment i play with a flautist and singer and we are playing a real mixture - including Dowland songs, Machado and things like the Piazzola works for flute and guitar. We have started playing with a violinist and have played some Handel and Telemann trios - i m particularly interested in trying some Molino trios so if anyone can point me to some music i would be pleased. Also i would like to arrange some Bach for trio where the continuo part would be played by the guitar (obviously).
There is little music for that combination of instruments so if anyone has any ideas about material and particularly more modern works i would be really interested to hear from them.

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Re: introduction

Post by Erik Zurcher » Sun Mar 05, 2017 3:23 pm

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Re: introduction

Post by Stephen Kenyon » Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:39 pm

Hi there and welcome from windy rainy England. I've done a few chamber music things ... does your violinist have a viola? Flute viola & guitar is probably the more common combination historically, and, I think, for good reason - its a better mixture of sonorities and pitches. I played in that combination and arranged some 3 part inventions, which worked very well I thought, we also did a Matiegka and the Dodgson.
I have a piece, which has been played a few times though not by me, and I think I made a suitable set of parts for gtr/fl/vln, will have a look. Its kind of folky baroque-ish.
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Re: introduction

Post by Luuttuaja » Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:10 pm

Hello and welcome to the forum!

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