Thanks for the info, going to check it all. Thanks again.Edzard wrote: ↑Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:38 pmThe publisher Les Productions d'OZ has a lot of good composers (in my opinion ofcourse). You should check them out.
Simone Iannarelli, Yves Carling, Thierry Tisserand, Mark Houghton, Miroslav Loncar to name a few.
If you can't make up your mind: they have a serie called "The many faces of the guitar", ranging from easy (1) to intermediate (nr 6).
Each score book has an overview of a lot of (contemporary) composers.
That's cool. I enjoy some movements from "Mountain Songs" as well.man-argentina wrote: ↑Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:22 amHi, thanks for reply.
First, just going to get out few things from my chest (or ears). Hate so much when i see players "hitting" their guitars to make noise, i just can think they picked up the wrong instrument and should start thinking in get a drum set, just dont get it, its like be a drummer and mixed with some a cappela lyrics and think "oh, he is changing the way of how we play the drums".
Just finished to listen Shenandoah, the composotion its not really of my taste, but going to search more from the composer and players you name, thanks.