First Few Words from Moscow


First Few Words from Moscow

Post by SergeyFromZel » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:48 am

My name is Serge, I live in Moscow but annually spend some time in Ukrainian city of Lviv.
Three months ago I bought my first all solid guitar, that made me very happy. It came here to Moscow from St. Petersburg by mail which was a risky blind date experience, but the quality of this instrument turned out to be great. I hope that now on I'll manage to learn and perform some great classic pieces to fill my heart with joy and pride. I started playing the classic guitar at the edge of my schooldays but never played it very well, and now at my 40-s I hope with my new guitar and new inspiration to become better guitar player. I owe three guitars, two cheaper but still not bad, and my new all-solid spruce top Kremona Romida RD-S :) . Now I am going to study easy Bach, Chimarosa, Tarrega, some brilliant etudes by Carcassi, russian romances etc. I also will try to become better accompanist. I listen and watch a lot of guitar music on LPs, CDs and Youtube, but love the great music of all kinds.
:merci: and hello. )))

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Re: First Few Words from Moscow

Post by Erik Zurcher » Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:14 am

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

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Re: First Few Words from Moscow

Post by Langvarig » Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:58 pm

Welcome and good luck with your new guitar and project.

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