I simply cannot resist a post.
This is hilarious, because on many of the impersonations I either attended a master class or participated in a master class.
Julian Bream, 1981, master class at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, commenting on a 20th century composer on his album, 20th Century Guitar:
"Rubbish. Rubbish. I wish he would have written it for someone else."
Pepe Romero, 1991, Master Class when I played Villa Lobos:
"When you try to play too loud, you are pulling her hair. La guitarra is a beautiful woman, concentrate on her beauty and her spirituality."
Juan Serrano, 1989, CSU Fresno while he just changed strings and gave them a test run while machine-gunning scales. He broke a string:
(with a thick accent) "This is good, this is very very good."