Froberger, J. J. - Giga Melancolia - Video

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glassynails
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Froberger, J. J. - Giga Melancolia - Video

Postby glassynails » Thu Nov 10, 2016 12:49 am

"GLASSYNAILS" on Youtoob for my "no edit" - "no fakery" audio recordings. Just me, my Alhambra 7p spruce, and an Olympus ls-10 portable recorder.

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Re: Froberger, J.J; Giga Melancolia - Video

Postby maton325 » Thu Nov 10, 2016 2:34 am

Glassynails,

Very enjoyable plaing of a lovely piece.

cheers
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Re: Froberger, J.J; Giga Melancolia - Video

Postby David_Norton » Thu Nov 10, 2016 2:52 am

Good job, and good on getting the correct composer named!

One thing to watch is to NOT allow the harmonics which end each section, to ring over into the start of the next section. It should be a clean and obvious break. Listen to Segovia's recording again to hear what I mean, he damps them right after the first note of each section.
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Re: Froberger, J.J; Giga Melancolia - Video

Postby Feynman » Thu Nov 10, 2016 3:58 am

Nice - thanks for sharing.
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