[PDF] Saywood, Paul - op.10/03 Study

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Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by muchi » Mon Jun 16, 2008 7:52 am

Paul, I am filled with admiration.

Your pieces are incredible. A million thanks for your generosity and talent!

Best wishes,
M.

Paul Saywood

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by Paul Saywood » Mon Jun 16, 2008 2:34 pm

That's very nice of you to say Muchi,

Thanks you very much
Paul

animna

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by animna » Fri Nov 28, 2008 1:16 am

Mr Paul,

Thanks for the resource howvever I'm only a novice in reading music.
Can you provide an audio (any format .mp3, .wma etc.) for this if it's not too much.
You made evryone impressed in this thread and i'm anticipating to join the list soon after i listen to your composition. :lol:


Thanks.....

Animna

Paul Saywood

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by Paul Saywood » Fri Nov 28, 2008 1:47 am

Hello Animna,

Thanks for your encouragement. I do have these studies as mp3s, some of them I've posted on the forum.

Here is a video of this tune.
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:)
Paul

animna

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by animna » Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:20 am

Mr Paul,


Thanks!!!!! :bravo: :merci: :casque:


Animna

animna

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by animna » Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:01 am

Mr Paul,

By the way, I've just listened to it.....add me to the list, I'm now your fan.

PS .

So kind of you to provide the video when I was only asking the audio...keep up the good work...

I'll be on track of your post.... :bravo:


animna

Paul Saywood

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by Paul Saywood » Fri Nov 28, 2008 5:09 am

Thanks animna. :D

serl

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by serl » Fri Nov 28, 2008 10:50 am

Hey, this is beautiful :casque:

Annemarie

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by Annemarie » Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:08 am

Am I alowed to use this study for one of my students? I like it very much, it's a nice tune and it is a good way to work on tremolo! Thank you!

Paul Saywood

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by Paul Saywood » Fri Nov 28, 2008 3:10 pm

Annemarie wrote:Am I alowed to use this study for one of my students? I like it very much, it's a nice tune and it is a good way to work on tremolo! Thank you!
Yes, please make use of it if you like it. :)
lazy_s wrote:Hey, this is beautiful :casque:
Thank you.

Paul

Annemarie

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by Annemarie » Fri Nov 28, 2008 7:33 pm

Great, thank you so much!! :D

africano

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by africano » Mon Dec 08, 2008 9:14 pm

I just started with the tremolo, and from what I've read on here I think it takes some time before one really masters the tremolo, I'm really right now, so please tell me where I can find exercises
Thanks in advance guys

poikl00

Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by poikl00 » Sun Feb 22, 2009 12:30 am

Great piece of music. Unfortunately I can't download the pdf and I don't know why :/ But I've listened to it and I like it very much. Good job.

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Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by GeoffB » Sun Feb 22, 2009 12:42 am

poikl00 wrote:Great piece of music. Unfortunately I can't download the pdf and I don't know why :/ But I've listened to it and I like it very much. Good job.
Hi Poikl00,

Please call in at the Introduce Yourself section and tell us a few words about yourself, so we can give you a proper welcome and pass on a few tips on how to use the forum, including how to join usergroups to get access to the pdfs.

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Re: [PDF] Saywood, Paul - Study no. 3, op.10

Post by poikl00 » Sun Feb 22, 2009 1:13 am

Thanks. I'm new here. I'll have to look closer to the FAQ and other help before Isubmit next post with "obvious" questions.

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