Ah, the Bream-Willliams version of Reverie is one of my favourite classical guitar recordings of all time (and their Clair de Lune). Magical!Cipher wrote: ↑Sat Apr 13, 2019 1:18 am...Now here's Debussy Reverie played by Julian Bream and John Williams and it's an example how two masters can make a piece as beautiful or even more beautiful than the original piano solo. ... Bream and Williams also play Debussy's Golliwog's Cakewalk and Clair de Lune which work well as guitar duos as well.
I do agree with others that it would be nice to have more music of this nature for solo guitar, as that is what I most like listening to and playing.
No offence to those who like multiple guitar ensembles (trios/quartets/quintets/octets/orchestras made up of guitars and nothing else), but for me, a guitar duo is my preferential limit.