Albéniz, Isaac - op.232/04 Córdoba - D12

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by mjbindy » Tue Jun 17, 2008 2:41 pm

Owl - thank you for sharing your music :casque: cheers, Matt

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Duang Turongratanachai » Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:04 pm

Owl, you are my first inspiration when I first join this group :D
and you still are :casque:
:merci: :bravo:
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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by owl » Fri Jul 11, 2008 3:02 am

Thank you so much for listening and responding with a comment
I do appreciate it :D

Joy in the music

Owl
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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Jobio » Fri Jul 11, 2008 7:51 pm

You are a Superwoman!

Do you know that for the last year i have woke up to the tunes of Scarlatti played by you?

I´ts wonderful! I love it!

What would the cost be to bring you to Sweden for some lessons? :D

Fish

Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Fish » Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:14 pm

Hi Owl,

You must play like 25 hours a day! Again, this MP3 was even better quality than the
Paganini (168kb/sec) at 243. This time I plugged my laptop into a fairly decent stereo
system and listened for noise. But there was none. How do you do it?
This is obviously your day job! What a great gift. Thanks very much for posting
such a difficult and exquisitely played piece. I think Albeniz himself would find
this extremely enchanting.

Respectfully, Fish

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Vito Simplicio » Tue Jul 15, 2008 4:02 am

Fish wrote:Hi Owl,

You must play like 25 hours a day! Again, this MP3 was even better quality than the
Paganini (168kb/sec) at 243. This time I plugged my laptop into a fairly decent stereo
system and listened for noise. But there was none. How do you do it?
I think at a professional recording studio.
( vitO )===:::

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by mordent » Wed Jul 16, 2008 3:15 pm

A masterful performance and interpretation. It makes one proud to belong to this great Forum. I enjoyed it immensely.Thank you. :bravo:
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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Tarbaby (1953 - 2016) » Tue Jul 22, 2008 2:28 am

Oh Owl!!! How could I possibly have missed this? I guess I was so sure you would never post another MP3 that I just stopped looking...

I'm sure there's nothing I can say here that would equal what the others have already so eloquently expressed, but that's ok. Your playing ALWAYS leaves me completely speechless and this is no exception!

So, no words. Just JOY IN THE MUSIC!!!

:love:

Alan

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Vital_Rogue » Thu Jul 24, 2008 9:47 am

Dear Owl,
I'm speechless!
This is truly beautiful
I wanted to send you a hug but couldn't find an icon :bravo: :merci: V_R

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by flameproof » Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:55 pm

:bravo: Just delicious.

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by goni » Wed Jul 30, 2008 8:59 pm

Amazing.
You know, I've heard a lot of your recordings and you always make me forget I am listening to a guitarist.
Many times I listen to guitar music thinking about the technique, tone etc. You re-create the music with such an incredible flow...

Thanks for sharing this with us

Gonzalo

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by owl » Wed Jul 30, 2008 10:22 pm

Thank you all for taking the time to listen and respond
It pleases me greatly that you enjoy the music

Joy in the music

Owl
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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by KenLenhert » Wed Aug 06, 2008 2:50 am

Thanks again for sharing your tallent with us. I'm amaized at the volume of very difficult music you are able to produce. I'll be retiring soon and expect to spend much more time practicing. At some point I was going to ask you to share your practice habits so I could try to emulate them.

Thanks again.

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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by remmus » Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:34 am

Lovely Owl! How do you do it?!!!
:bravo: :casque: :bravo:
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Re: Albeniz, Isaac - Cordoba: from 'Chants d'Espagne'

Post by Hans W » Tue Aug 12, 2008 4:16 am

Sorry I late for the party but I got tied up in traffic. Good thing someone had the good sense to record it.

As always Owl, you have some innate ability to really pull the music out of the notes. In one sense, I just love listening your expressive mastery and on the other hand, it makes me realize how short I fall. Oh well, since I'll never be where you're at, at least I can enjoy and ENJOY I DID.

Another one for the old Ipod. And thanks my feathered Aussie. It would seem not all the apples are rotten in that barrel. (kidding Bill, Ramsnake, et al)

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