I agree it's very hard but it is more musical demanding than technical demanding and it doesn't contain "the most amount of techniques", just chords and arpeggios...astro64 wrote:The Bach chaconne comes to mind...
I second Gran Jota de Concierto, plenty of techniques in one piece, including some special ones such as playing the melody by left hand fingers only, tambora, oboe sound imitating by playing bass strings somewhat like pizzicato but not really pizzicato, descending slur in treble line, drum sound imitating by barre holding down the 6th and 5th strings while playing some treble notes at the same time...Erik Zurcher wrote:Tarrega: Gran Jota de Concierto and Armand Coeck: Constellations are pieces that spring to mind. Check them out on youtube.
Haha - it's as though he had ADD when he was composing it! 'No, I'm bored with that bit, let's try something else now!'
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