Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

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Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby kidneykutter » Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:42 am


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From the op 35 collection of etudes, here is #14, an andante, by Fernando Sor. Performed by Daniel Shoskes on a Romantic Guitar by Scot Tremblay

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Postby Cary W » Wed Mar 16, 2016 11:32 am

Thanks, Daniel, for taking us back to Sor's day with this performance. :bravo:
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby TonyD » Tue Apr 26, 2016 11:01 pm

wow, that was lovely! thanks for posting. That little guitar is very transporting - as is your playing. How is it to tune?

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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby Stephen Kenyon » Tue Apr 26, 2016 11:13 pm

Really nicely done, lots of lovely touches ... the clarity of the little bit of canon, the moment of variation of the repeat, the gentle lift in the neapolitan 6th. I guess I focus on my favourite bits!
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby kidneykutter » Wed Apr 27, 2016 9:40 am

TonyD wrote:wow, that was lovely! thanks for posting. That little guitar is very transporting - as is your playing. How is it to tune?


Very simple. If you only are used to machine pegs it might take a bit to get used to but nowhere near as difficult as my lutes

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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby RHSOldboy » Wed Apr 27, 2016 12:20 pm

Great playing! Most enjoyable to listen and watch good video.
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby Gilbert Pépin » Thu Apr 28, 2016 4:27 am

Wow! Very nice interpretation! I love the sound of your beautiful instrument! :casque:
I'm now learning this study, which is one of my favorite among those of Sor. As Stephen says, there are a lot of things in this little piece of music, and it's why I love Sor so much: a great part of his studies are little gems...
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby Marek Cupak » Tue Jun 28, 2016 11:42 am

kidneykutter wrote:If you only are used to machine pegs it might take a bit to get used to but nowhere near as difficult as my lutes

Are there any machine pegs for lutes?
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Postby Erik Zurcher » Tue Jun 28, 2016 8:45 pm

Lovely, Daniel! :merci: :bravo: :bye:
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby kidneykutter » Wed Jun 29, 2016 9:36 am

Marek Cupak wrote:
kidneykutter wrote:If you only are used to machine pegs it might take a bit to get used to but nowhere near as difficult as my lutes

Are there any machine pegs for lutes?


Something close. They are called "pegheads"

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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby Marek Cupak » Thu Jun 30, 2016 11:26 am

kidneykutter wrote:Something close. They are called "pegheads"

You mean that John Herin guy? Yes, I know him - am using his pegs for several years now. Didn't know he's doing them for lutes also. Doesn't the instrument get a little bit heavier? I can imagine the weight difference is more noticeable than in guitar.
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Re: Sor, Fernando - op.35/14 Andantino - Romantic Guitar Video

Postby kidneykutter » Fri Jul 01, 2016 10:50 am

Marek Cupak wrote:
kidneykutter wrote:Something close. They are called "pegheads"

You mean that John Herin guy? Yes, I know him - am using his pegs for several years now. Didn't know he's doing them for lutes also. Doesn't the instrument get a little bit heavier? I can imagine the weight difference is more noticeable than in guitar.


Really not noticeable, either on my vihuela or new 10 course.


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