Tasmanian Beginner

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Regulus
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Tasmanian Beginner

Post by Regulus » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:46 pm

Hi.
After playing steel string guitar for 40 years I have found myself drawn more toward the nylon stung guitar of late.
It happened when I found myself writing simple Elizabethan style pieces among the ragtime/blues that has been my style for decades.
I had listened to lute music on and off for years and learned a few Dowland and Milan pieces at various times. I didn't expect that I would find myself naturally composing in this style though, and it was a surprise.
I have bought an $1100 solid wood classical (after struggling with a $300 one I bought a few months ago) and have much to learn about it as I have about technique.

Trevor (Regulus)

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Re: Tasmanian Beginner

Post by George Crocket » Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:56 pm

Hi Trevor. Welcome to the forum.

If you have not already done so, please have a look at our welcome page for more information about the forum and its rules. Once you have posted a second message you will be able to access all the mp3 files and videos in our recording sections, all the members' scores and levels 1 - 3 of the Delcamp score collection, and post your own scores and recordings. After 20 posts you may subscribe to the 020 usergroup with associated membership privileges including access to the higher levels of sheet music in Delcamp's library (see here).

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Enjoy your visits.
George
2010 Stephen Eden spruce/cocobolo classical guitar
2012 Stephen Eden cedar/IRW classical guitar

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Regulus
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Re: Tasmanian Beginner

Post by Regulus » Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:04 pm

Thanks, I'll do my profile now.
Trevor

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