Introduction: Hello from Sussex UK

Lelaine
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Introduction: Hello from Sussex UK

Post by Lelaine » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:32 pm

Hi,
I have just taken my guitar out of its case for the first time in 6 months and am keen to keep playing and practising in the new year. It will take me a while but I hope to have my repertoire back under my fingers within a few months. I studied music at Sussex University many years ago although I did not major in Guitar playing. For the last twenty years or so I have run a business selling mainly classical vinyl LP records, CDs, Audi equipment and music related memorabilia to buyers all over the world.
I have a David Whiteman guitar and also a Harald Peterson model C Concert Guitar, he latter I managed to pick up from the estate of a deceased person while I was also buying their record collection.
I love to play Bach, Ponce, Dowland, Brouwer, Lauro, and also those transciptions of Albeniz that are so much better played in the original by Alicia delarrocha!

That's all for ow.
Thanks.
Leslie

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Re: Introduction: Hello from Sussex UK

Post by simonm » Wed Dec 27, 2017 7:41 pm

Welcome to the form Leslie,

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Regards,

Simon

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