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Audio and video recordings of the works of Francisco Tárrega.
Whiteagle wrote:Great job, sounds great
Cary W wrote:Well done! A mature performance.
Some interesting left-hand choices there...
Thanks! I actually hear it a lot about this piece and still surprised, because I've used fingerings from the score.
Mick the Ramirez Man wrote:Played with feeling!
drrob wrote:very lovely.
How long have you been playing guitar?
Thanks for posting
Thank you, Robert! I've been studying classical guitar for about 8 years now, but seriosly concentrated on it in the last 4 years.
Matthew Stidham wrote:Enjoyed this recording!
I even showed it to my advanced guitar class (I teach CG in a public high school.) They're working on an arrangement of Lagrima for guitar ensemble.
Thanks for sharing!
Thank you, Matthew, I'm very flattered . I hope they like it. It would be interesting to hear this piece performed by ensemble.
Paul Janssen wrote:Very nice performance. Thanks for sharing.
I'm really surprised how much positive feedback I got for this little piece, it feels really nice. I hope to record more Tarrega works in the future, thanks everyone for checking it out and leaving your kind comments!
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Hi, everyone! Here is my rendition of Francisco Tárrega "Lagrima".
I know that there is probably no classical guitarist in the world who didn't play it , so it's hard to make anyone interested, but I recorded it anyway, just because I love this beautiful little piece
I hope you'll enjoy it!
P.S. I wasn't planning to record at first and put on these cheap D'Addario EJ27H, just for practice, but turns out they're not so bad..or are they? Appreciate opinions on sound too.
Very nice! I often hear the first section of this song played at a faster tempo, but feel that it sounds better around the tempo that you played it. I was also intrigued by your fingering choices, since I just recently learned this song myself. Did you come up with these fingerings yourself?
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