Greetings from Brazil - SP

Daniel Penalva
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Location: Brazil SP

Greetings from Brazil - SP

Post by Daniel Penalva » Mon Jun 26, 2017 1:04 am

Hi all,

Iam a bit old in listening to instrumental "classical" music (renaissence, baroque, romantic (yerk!), modern, regional and so on ...). But only woke up for the music performing/composing/being about 1 and 1/2 year ago. Although iam already old to start (i think), 32 years, i prefer having no haste, espectatives, but only love and passion for music.

I have plenty of musicians friends, who teach me until i realize that i need some methodical engagement, even if it is self-tought.

My aim is to play regional brazillian music like samba, choro, moda de viola and others but i also like a lot of Baroque music, so i think that learning counterpoint and the technics is at stake.

Grateful to share this virtual space with you.

Best regards.

ps: sorry for my crude english.
ps2: since my aim is to learn methods and technics, and iam very new, dont know if will have very nice things to post, but i will try to stay active.

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Erik Zurcher
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Re: Greetings from Brazil - SP

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Jun 26, 2017 5:48 am

Hello Daniel and welcome to Delcamp forum! Enjoy yourself and see you around!

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