You never should avoid this - it is allways an enjoyment to compare some very good recordings of the same piece.jounis wrote: ...I usually avoid posting something that has just been posted by someone else...
In case Jouni is too humble to promote himself: Jouni Stenroos' CD availablecn90 wrote:...... You should produce a CD.
Sure there are different transcriptions for guitar. Scarlatti wrote for harpsichord. The first problem comes from the fact that weHybrid wrote:Very clean, patient playing, as always. This version has alot of notes that differ from most of the vesions ive heard
of this piece.
I wonder, how these situations are treated. Where do you get these note changes? Do you change them yourself?
Are there different transcriptions? Is there one definitive transcription that is exactly what Scarlatti wrote?
Thanks, HybridHybrid wrote: I think you're a world class guitarist, but at the risk of being lynched by my fellow Delcampers, i would say, there
is something a bit "cold" or slightly "sterile" about your recordings. Hard to put my finger on it. Also, i notice many of your interpretations
are a bit slower than im used to hearing. Though that aspect, is growing on me as i listen to more of your stuff.
I own your CD, and i think its excellent.
Thank you for blessing us with countless works of art. You are a master of the instrument.
I for one prefer it when a guitarist lets the music "breathe" - I think too many performers these days (and not just guitarists) play pieces too fast and something spiritual within the music gets lost. I think you summed it up very nicely:-Hybrid wrote: Also, i notice many of your interpretations are a bit slower than im used to hearing. Though that aspect, is growing on me as i listen to more of your stuff.
I think I'll try and approach my own playing more like this - such good advice.jounis wrote: To me, every note is important, the beauty of the music starts from the single note, extends to small motives, then to phrases, and finally to bigger forms.
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