the Cyrillic comes out as Villa Lobos!ВИЛА ЛОБОС
Aah, Grandpa's jalopy! I remember you playing it in Scotland. It was fun!Aucaman wrote:.....Celso Machado's "Xaranga do Vovô"......
WOW!! Obviously I cannot read the Cyrillic alphabet!George Crocket wrote:If you meanthe Cyrillic comes out as Villa Lobos!ВИЛА ЛОБОС
Hi Bert. We started working on our 4 duets last April! I am here in California and my nephew is in Chile. He's got a family, a full time job and plays the guitar for fun when he has a chance. So we took it slowly. We first looked at many possibilities and eventually landed on 4:bert wrote:That was fun. Enjoyed that. It must be nice to have another guitarist in the family. Did you have a lot of time to practice together?
Thank you, Derek.DerekB wrote:That was really good, Armando. How nice to see people playing who are obviously enjoying themselves.
Thank you Erik. It means a lot coming from you!Erik Zurcher wrote: , Armando! Nice to hear you and your nephew play this piece as a duet. I enjoyed that.
It does not give the name of the arranger so far as I can see. It says "Duo for 6 string guitar BRAZILIAN DANCE", then names, perhaps, the players (guitar party)? E Horzhevsicha and I A Lazarevic.Aucaman wrote:WOW!! Obviously I cannot read the Cyrillic alphabet!George Crocket wrote:If you meanthe Cyrillic comes out as Villa Lobos!ВИЛА ЛОБОС
I have taken a photo of the top of that page. Maybe you could then tell us the name of the guy(s) who made the arrangement.
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