Revisiting the joy of playing classical guitar

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Revisiting the joy of playing classical guitar

Post by Zoodlemaker » Sat Jun 24, 2017 8:45 pm

I hadn't been playing my guitar for several years and just recently started playing again, mostly pieces from my favourite book, L. O. Anzaghi's ANTOLOGIA per chitarra. Pieces by Giuliani, Fernando Sor and Carulli. I'd forgotten how heart felt and wonderful it is to sit and play. Most often lately I sit at the shore of the lake I live on and play in the sun of late afternoon, and if it's after 5pm, with a glass of wine.

I'm looking forward to making this forum a regular visit. Thanks so much.

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Re: Revisiting the joy of playing classical guitar

Post by Erik Zurcher » Sat Jun 24, 2017 8:46 pm

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