Was great fun! For the Harrison I didn’t use a microtonal fretboard, not a big fan of that sound. The pieces sound really beautiful on standard classical so I was happy to present them like that.sxedio wrote: ↑Fri Oct 27, 2017 8:58 pmWhat a dream team, I came across Sasha Savaloni a couple of years ago, very nice guy. By the way, Harrison arranged by Tannenbaum, is that in equal temperament? The sample pages on sheet music plus are in equal temperament as far as I can tell. Just being aware of Lou Harrison been keen on just intonation and John Schneider recording his guitar pieces on guitars with microtonal fretboards. Interesting to see Lou Harrison published by Sophocles Papas' company!
Thanks Gary! More snippets into the Making Of Celtic Collection coming soon. I know Peter well and have heard many tales from the Oatridge days!Ledhand75 wrote: ↑Thu Dec 07, 2017 3:53 amWow, these clips are really inspiring Matthew. Thanks for allowing us this glimpse into your creative process. You sound fantastic. I will be sure to purchase the recording when it’s available on iTunes.
I have fond attachments to the classical guitar in Glasgow, having having attended many of the Oatridge International Guitar Festivals with Peter and Tracey Stewart. Very warm memories of the people and the country!
Ledhand75 wrote: ↑Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:55 pmHi Matthew,
Did the release date for iTunes change? I was hoping to download it this evening. I greatly enjoyed what I heard of Ralph Towner’s Oleander Etude in the film. Beautifully played! I had the pleasure of seeing him perform with Oregon many years ago.