New talents: naming and faming

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Re: New talents: naming and faming

Post by hoppy » Wed Dec 06, 2017 6:17 pm

Derek Gripper (South Africa) - I listen to Libraries on Fire nearly every morning. It is just incredible as is One Night on Earth. I also support him on Patreon where he provides tuition, recordings, tips and scores. I saw him play at King's Place in London last year which also featured John Williams as accompanist - just unbelievable. He's mostly known for producing and playing transcriptions of kora music for guitar but he's just done some Bach done in alternative tunings which give the music a different sonority. If you haven't heard him I'd highly recommend if you want something a little different.

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Re: New talents: naming and faming

Post by Erik Zurcher » Thu Dec 07, 2017 11:27 pm

Amalia Miler.
Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos 2004; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona 2001
"While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave's life: the guitar will forever be your master and you its slave".

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