Yes, Per-Olov Kindgren pulled off quite a feat by taking this piece, which is notoriously difficult to arrange well on the guitar, and made an arrangement that's full, rich, and reasonably playable:davekear wrote: ↑Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:46 pmAnyone know where I can get a rendition of Sheep may safely graze (Bach), that isn't Parkening's version? I love that transcription, and I do play that one, but it's such a hassle. Got to tune your A to a G, E to a C, cross fret bar etc. Just looking for a little bit simpler version. Love that tune.
The one Parkening plays, which was arranged by Rick Foster, is simply impossible for me. It's a hand-crippling, tennis elbow inducing demon.
Well that's a coincidence, because attempting pieces that were out of my range gave me crippling tendonitis that forced me to stop playing for nearly two decades! Even now I can't practice enough to get respectably good. One of these days I'll get a digital piano and give my hands a break:-)davekear wrote: ↑Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:14 pm
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