Agree. How's your French?Denian Arcoleo wrote: Wolfgang, maybe we should ask JFD whether he thinks I should withdraw it.
Did Giazotto waive his rights as a composer by passing it off as a work by Albinoni? Does he retain his rights as an arranger?[Giazotto]...also claimed to have received a fragment of a composition by Albinoni from the hands of the Saxon State Library from which in 1958 he created a composition for strings and organ known as the Adagio in G minor. He stated that the fragment contained only the bass line which served as starting point for his arrangement, yet the composition's copyright note referring to his own name, and the fact that the Albinoni fragment has never appeared in public, suggest that this was in fact an ingenious way to distribute the piece, but not an original by Albinoni himself.
Summer, if you are listening/watching on WMP then just go to file and click on 'save as'... then just put it in your 'Denian folder'Summer wrote: Will someone please explain the steps to download files like this? Something about a temporary internet file? Where's that anyway! I looked but can't find it.
I've owned this arrangement for years and pull it out now and then for my own pleasure, but I've always asked myself the same question as "jimmyblues".... is it effective for the listener and is it effective on the guitar?Cam wrote:Great to hear how well this amazing piece works on guitar. Beautifully played, thanks for posting.
Thanks Owl! I'm giving it a try right now. If it works I will make a folder called, "Owl's Masterfully Played Masterpieces" and download all your music into it!by owl on Sat Apr 05, 2008 10:07 pm
Summer, if you are listening/watching on WMP then just go to file and click on 'save as'... then just put it in your 'Denian folder'
LOL I suggest you make one!
Well, I watched it. And..........YOU WERE GREAT!!! (And easy on the eyeballs too! )by Denian Arcoleo on Sun Apr 06, 2008 5:17 pm
I think the vimeo audio and video quality is higher than youtubes, the downside is that no one watches it!