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Re: The level 9 volume is available for download

Postby Anthony Campanella » Fri May 01, 2009 2:52 pm

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Re: The level 9 volume is available for download

Postby Pan The Man » Fri May 01, 2009 11:43 pm

Thank you very much! :D

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Re: New PDF of the works of Llobet

Postby thnguyen05 » Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:14 pm

thank you very much..

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Re: New PDF of the works of Llobet

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Thank you for you time and dedication, you are loved by many.
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Addition of string damping indications - Sor - Carcassi

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Sat Sep 26, 2009 3:24 pm

Hello everyone,

I have just added string damping indications to the scores of the 20 Sor studies selected by Andrés Segovia. My edition takes the same 20 studies in the same order, but without the changes that Segovia made to Sor's studies purely for copyright purposes. The reason for these changes was that if an arranger doesn't change anything, he cannot claim copyright fees - logical, but perverse. Thus Segovia rewrote entire passages to put his stamp on them and justify his claim for copyright fees on the sale of these editions.

For the same reasons Miguel Llobet changed what Carcassi had written when he published the latter's 25 studies.

It is in part to do justice to Sor and Carcassi and also to a good many other composers that I created this site where you can download scores faithful to the composers' original editions.

You can download Sor's 20 studies and Carcassi's 25 studies in the forum "Masterpieces of the repertoire - levels D08 to D10".

Please let me know if you come across any mistakes in notation or fingering.

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Re: Addition of string damping indications - Sor - Carcassi

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Wed Sep 30, 2009 8:54 am

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Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Wed Oct 28, 2009 7:16 am

Hello everyone,
The school holidays are here,
I have more time to spare than usual,
so I'm taking the opportunity to improve and enrich volume D 02.

Additions to volume D02:
- a definition of the symbols used, page 4.
- the most important dampings are indicated for each work.
- alternative patterns for practising arpeggios, page 23.
- 3 Lessons by Aguado, page 27.
- 4 Duos by Küffner, pages 29, 32, 39 and 60.
- a little known Chaconne by Nicolas Derosiers, page 31, with the facsimile, which is useful for practising chords.
- an Allegretto by Carulli, page 43.
- I have reorganised the 36 technical exercises. The titles are displayed in 4 languages, French, Italian, English and Spanish. The exercises are numbered, to simplify the "judgements" :wink: written up by teachers on their students at the end of the course. It is quicker to write "ex 12" than "scale of F major page 76".

Gradually, over several months or years, I'll improve the other volumes of the forum.

Whether you are a teacher or a student, I invite your reactions, with your ideas and criticisms on volume D02.

Bye for now,
Jean-François
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby houseofj » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:39 am

Merci Jean-François

Jean-François Delcamp wrote:Whether you are a teacher or a student, I invite your reactions, with your ideas and criticisms on volume D02.


I am just one of those who benefits greatly from your enormous efforts, Once again JF,
Merci

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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby Vesuvio » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:42 am

Bonjour Jean-François,

What energy! Quelle énergie!

"Damp the preceding note" —this is particularly useful for clumsy guitarists like me.

"Stopper la résonance de la note précédente"—c'est particulièrement utile pour les guitaristes maladroite comme moi,
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Wed Oct 28, 2009 9:50 am

:merci: JJ Kelly :merci: Vesuvio

:aide: Whether you are a teacher or a student, I invite your reactions, with your ideas and criticisms on volume D02.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby wilhelmreich » Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:42 pm

First thing, I find it nearly perfect and very useful. But I would find it better if facsimiles and the sheet music would be on separate pages. I don't know what to do with facsimiles and ignore them, but if there are facimiles and sheet on the single page, you can't print only the sheet music, so there is some paper and ink wasted. Just my opinion.
Also it would be very very great, if in the PDF or on the forum there would be some short comments for pieces, especially for people, who aren't guided by a teacher - what can be done wrong, what should be emphasized etc.
But it is of course great as it is now.

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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:15 pm

wilhelmreich wrote:First thing, I find it nearly perfect and very useful. But I would find it better if facsimiles and the sheet music would be on separate pages. I don't know what to do with facsimiles and ignore them, but if there are facimiles and sheet on the single page, you can't print only the sheet music, so there is some paper and ink wasted. Just my opinion.
je comprends, mais je préfère garder le facsimilé avec la musique. I understand, but I prefer to keep the facsimile with the music.


wilhelmreich wrote:... Also it would be very very great, if in the PDF or on the forum there would be some short comments for pieces, especially for people, who aren't guided by a teacher - what can be done wrong, what should be emphasized etc.
oui, c'est une très bonne idée, mais ce travail prendra du temps. yes, it is an very good idea, but this work will take time


wilhelmreich wrote:But it is of course great as it is now.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby BugDog » Thu Oct 29, 2009 4:56 pm

A possible error. In the table of contents (page 1), La Tarentela is attributed to Gaspar Sanz but the page, (page 43) says it is by Ferinando Carrulli. The error repeats on page 86 in the catalogue.

Otherwise :bravo: :merci:
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Fri Oct 30, 2009 6:45 am

Thank you BugDog,
La Tarentela by Gaspar Sanz :ouioui:

Volume 2 is updated.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D02?

Postby Jean-François Delcamp » Fri Oct 30, 2009 2:17 pm

Hello everyone,
I have now improved and enriched volumes D03 and D04.

Additions to volume D03:
- a definition of the symbols used, page 4.
- the most important dampings are indicated for each work.
- a Gaillarde by Morlaye, page 9.
- Prelude n°4 opus 114 by Carulli, page 41.
- a Valse and the Ghiribizzi n°1 et 23 by Nicolò Paganini, pages 56 and 57.
- I have reorganised the 50 technical exercises. The titles are displayed in 4 languages, French, Italian, English and Spanish. The exercises are numbered, to simplify the "judgements" :wink: written up by teachers on their students at the end of the course. It is quicker to write "ex 12" than "scale of F major page 76".

Additions to volume D04:
- a definition of the symbols used, page 4.
- the most important dampings are indicated for each work.
- a Villanesque by Morlaye, page 15.
- Prelude n°7 opus 114 by Carulli, page 49.
- alternative patterns for practising the arpeggios, page 49.
- Le streghe by Nicolò Paganini, pages 70 and 71.
- I have reorganised the 42 technical exercises.

Whether you are a teacher or a student, I invite your reactions, with your ideas and criticisms on volumes D03 and D04.

Bye for now,
Jean-François
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