Losy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

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David McHarg

Losy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby David McHarg » Wed Mar 14, 2012 4:23 pm

Hi,

This is a little Sarabande by J.A Logy from the D04 collection. Its a short little piece but none the less quite beautiful i think. Recorded with Edirol R09HR & Rohan Lowe guitar.

A little pic from here in Scotland.
IMG_5379.jpg


Sarabande.mp3


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David.
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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby Kenbobpdx » Wed Mar 14, 2012 5:53 pm

David,
After your post yesterday I read through this piece and few others in the D04. You have such a great feel for these pieces. Maybe you are a reincarnated lute player from the Renaissance. :D
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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby David McHarg » Wed Mar 14, 2012 5:58 pm

Thanks, i am never quite sure when it comes to playing these sorts of pieces when it comes to tempo etc. In general i find baroque/early music more difficult to play as it can be hard to work out the phrasing.

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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby Kenbobpdx » Wed Mar 14, 2012 6:22 pm

In general i find baroque/early music more difficult to play as it can be hard to work out the phrasing.


I know what you mean with phrasing. When I hear it done well it makes perfect sense but sometimes when I am reading through a piece it doesn't make obvious sense. And improvised ornamentation is my downfall. I've never really learned to do cross string trills so my baroque playing tends to be rather straightforward. My old teacher has a remarkable feel for baroque music and is phenomenal at ornamentation at speed. I can only aspire :lol:
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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby KeMe » Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:25 am

:bravo:
I love this piece and you played it perfectly. I think that your phrasing went well and the clarity of your notes really makes this come to life.
Thank you.
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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby petr » Sat Mar 17, 2012 5:51 am

It's really beautiful piece and you played it very nice.
:bravo:
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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby David McHarg » Sat Mar 17, 2012 4:59 pm

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed this little Sarabande.

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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby jeff carter » Tue Mar 20, 2012 5:56 pm

I agree with everyone, you play these pieces beautifully!

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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby Erik Zurcher » Tue Mar 20, 2012 8:26 pm

Lovely, David! :bravo: :merci: :bye:
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Re: Logy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby grunt » Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:36 am

Thank you for posting this recording. You did a great job. I just learned this piece for my level 4 RCM exam. The tempo marking is considerably slower than they way you played it. My teacher tells me the Sarabande is a dance in 3. It would be difficult to dance to at a faster tempo. Personally I like the flow of the melody better when the piece is played a little faster.

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Re: Losy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby SteveM » Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:35 pm

Very nice.
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Re: Losy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby artura » Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:32 pm

what a beautifull piece , would like to learn it.
Best compliments on interpretation

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Re: Losy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby David McHarg » Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:28 am

thanks

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Re: Losy, J. A. - Sarabande - D04

Postby annaj » Fri Dec 16, 2016 7:15 pm

Please could you tell me how to play the trills in this piece. In bar 8 is the C hammer on pull off to the B ? In bar12 is the E a hammer on pull off to Fsharp ?In bar 16 the B a pull off to which note ? C C sharp ?

Thank you


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