The latest News With Our Classical Guitar Roundup January 2018
It’s that time of the month again when we give you a round up of some of the best classical guitar content from the web for you to consider. We’re going to mix it up a little this month by starting with some Youtube videos for you to watch.
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To start with, here is a lovely solo by Ahmet Kanneci.
If you have never been exposed to the music of Adrian Ingerl, then this is your chance to listen to this wonderful guitar player.
First introduction to the guitar came from her father at the tender age of just fiveyears old. Chen Xi performs for you.
Elite Guitarist shows you how to play Recuerdos de la Alhambra in our last video from Youtube, enjoy and good luck learning it if you want to take it on.
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Snippets From Google News
Rutherglen Town Hall set for memorable programme of events in 2018
Local guitar ace off to London
Classical guitarist to offer eclectic concert on Thursday
Guitarist Matthew McAllister in conversation with Classical IPR
Segovia Classical Guitar 25th anniversary season continues
LIVE from WRTI 90.1: Guitarist Jason Vieaux with Violinist Kristin Lee! Jan. 22, 11 AM
Guitarists turn up and tune in for classical summer school
Classical, jazz and maybe even a little Miley at International Guitar Night
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Manuel Barrueco, back in town
Barrie guitar virtuoso releases first CD
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In Depth Articles – Classical Guitar Roundup January 2018
Sunday Prodigy #1: Nina Bernert (12) Plays David Kellner’s ‘Phantasia in D major’
For the next couple of months, we’re going to devote our regular Sunday posting to talented young guitarists (current and past), just because it’s fun! German guitarist Nina Bernert is 13 currently, and was 12 when this video was shot in November 2016. Sunday Prodigy #1: Nina Bernert (12) Plays David Kellner’s ‘Phantasia in D major’
Video Pick of the Week: Michael Bautista Plays Mozart’s “12 Variations on ‘Ah vous dirai-je, maman’”
In English-speaking countries, it’s a simple children’s song called “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” that every kid learns to sing; and it’s elemental motif of seven-note lines are among the most popular for beginning musicians all over the world. Video Pick of the Week: Michael Bautista Plays Mozart’s “12 Variations on ‘Ah vous dirai-je, maman’”
Recent Albums from Thanos Mitsalas, Duo Silb, and Composer Randy Hathaway
Most weeks we take a peek at recent albums or sheet music releases. Here are three of the CDs that have come into the Classical Guitar office recently. If you have a CD you’d like to submit to us, here’s our address: Classical Guitar 501 Canal Blvd. Recent Albums from Thanos Mitsalas, Duo Silb, and Composer Randy Hathaway
Magical Multiples: Writing For Or Playing In a Duo, Trio, or Quartet Offers Exciting Possibilities
BY MARK HOUGHTON Nothing is more beautiful than a guitar, save perhaps two.” This quote, wrongly attributed to Frederic Chopin, probably first appeared in print in England in the latter half of the 1940s. Magical Multiples: Writing For Or Playing In a Duo, Trio, or Quartet Offers Exciting Possibilities
Balance, Instinct, and Openness Equal Success for the Aquarelle Quartet
BY THÉRÉSE WASSILY SABA The Aquarelle Guitar Quartet—Vasilis Bessas, Rory Russell, James Jervis, and Mike Baker—was established 18 years ago, when the members were studying together at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England, with Craig Ogden. Balance, Instinct, and Openness Equal Success for the Aquarelle Quartet
Classical Guitar Pins From Pinterest
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“Somewhere Over The Rainbow” Guitar Music- Fingerstyle arrangement by Bill Tyers.. Pin Pinned By Stuart Hubbard
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“Malaguena” – Arranged for Classical Guitar by Bill Tyers Pin Pinned By Robert Perrins
‘How to hold the guitar’ – mamamusicians.com
how to hold the guitar classic style ‘How to hold the guitar’ – mamamusicians.com
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Andres Segovia’s 1912 classical guitar, given to him by the maker, Manuel Ramirez in Madrid. Pin Pinned By Laurie Horsey
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Beethoven Moonlight Sonata guitar sheet music with mp3 Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata for classical guitar solo with tablature and some finger positions, with downloadable mp3 for audio help. Intermediate. Pages: 10, (6 pages classical notation with tablature, plus 4 pages tablature), 69 bars, 5:30 min. Level: intermediate, In measure 35 I have added an ossia (an alternative passage) which I usually play instead of the original passage. This is a difficult to master work due to it Pin Pinned By nick cooper
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The latest Classical Guitar News From Twitter
Best of our online stream: Third age group, classical guitar category, third place https://t.co/st7TVoy0gg
— PlevenGuitarFestival (@GuitarPleven) January 22, 2018
#IARTG Claude Debussy Petite Suite for Guitar Trio… an arrangement with notation and TAB
https://t.co/t9StVe9PVt via @amazon The perfect gift for a keen classical guitarist. pic.twitter.com/kTHaw7fIlQ
— Lisa the Bard (@persimew) December 1, 2017
— Kathy Lette (@KathyLette) January 22, 2018
Meanwhile, in the Instrumental category we have Schubert piano sonatas, solo violin music from Bach to Beamish, and a portrait of English guitar music #BBCMMAwardshttps://t.co/sWBtm07Hnl pic.twitter.com/qKvu52ALm5
— BBC Music Magazine (@MusicMagazine) January 19, 2018
Well that’s it for our Classical Guitar Roundup January 2018. Come over to our homepage to see all our latest guitar articles.
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