Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Uneumann
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Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Post by Uneumann » Tue May 30, 2017 7:58 pm

Hello
I have played guitar since I sold my moped and bought a guitar in the beginning of 1970. I had a teacher some years before it interrupted with my military service. After 10 years I contacted my teacher again and we met in a group and played zupf-music. Now a days I am a pensioner and play by myself on a Sakurai guitar. Often practice on pieces from South-America, at the moment some pieces by Antonio Giacomino. I like romantic sweet, on the verge of slicky (?)(google-translate!) :wink: , guitar pieces.
Looking forward to meet people with same interests!

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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Post by Erik Zurcher » Tue May 30, 2017 8:51 pm

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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Post by Uneumann » Wed May 31, 2017 6:15 pm

Thank you!
I started to look around. It takes a while before I will get all and understand how it works.
In "Groups": is it meant that I shall select "Newly registered users"?
15-20 years ago I practised on making arrangements. It is no use to have them in a "shoebox". If I think some of them are worth to share, can I do that in "Our scores for classical guitar"? can I ask for certain pieces at the same room?
Sincerely Uneumann

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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Post by GeoffB » Wed May 31, 2017 7:10 pm

Hello Uneumann,

Welcome to the forum! You do not need to select any groups yet, until the 020 group when you have enough messages.

You are welcome to share your arrangements in "Our scores for classical guitar". Please note that these must be your own arrangements of pieces in the public domain, which usually means that the original composer has been dead for at least 70 years. You can find further details here.

If you are looking for other pieces, the place to ask is in the Search for classical guitar sheet music section. Again, if the pieces are not yet in the public domain, you will not be able to ask about free copies, but you can ask where you can buy the published versions.

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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Post by setecordas » Thu Jun 01, 2017 1:12 am

A lot of my repertoire is absurdly romantic latin american music. Dilermandon Reis' "Se Ela Perguntar" is the king of the genre.
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Re: Hello from Gothenburg Sweden

Post by Uneumann » Sat Jun 03, 2017 4:52 pm

Hello setecordas
I agree totally about Reis, so many wonderful pieces.
Do you know anything about Antonio Giacomino? It seems very hard to get any original recordings by him. Did he make any records?

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