Mertz, J. K.; Bardenklänge - Lied Ohne Worte

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Mertz, J. K.; Bardenklänge - Lied Ohne Worte

Postby mjbindy » Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:08 pm

The little man in the recording box intimidates me to no end on this one. I'm inspired by the other recordings of this I've heard (and seen) on Delcamp. My tempo is decidedly slower than most I've heard. Please enjoy another take on a wonderful piece of music.

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Re: Mertz, J. K.; Bardenklänge - Lied Ohne Worte

Postby Nacio de Falla » Wed Dec 22, 2010 3:16 pm

i think it sounds wonderful !! :D

i personally love it when people use different timing than what's standard.

but then again..... i'm often criticized for taking to much "artistic license" on pieces. :lol:
But i don't really care......... i mostly play for non-musicians anyway........... :wink:
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Postby mjbindy » Wed Dec 22, 2010 3:23 pm

Greetings and thank you for the compliment. It means a lot. I hope all is well up north. Cante Jando is opening up a bit eh? Now, if the player would improve ... different issue!

Good luck in selling the CD/IR.
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Re: Mertz, J. K.; Bardenklänge - Lied Ohne Worte

Postby Nacio de Falla » Wed Dec 22, 2010 3:32 pm

Yes she is! :)

You play beautifully........but i can relate. :lol:

Thanks!
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Postby mordent » Thu Dec 23, 2010 2:25 pm

Loved it ! Thank you. :bravo: Keep those fingers warm! Best Wishes for the Season. :D
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Re: Mertz, J. K.; Bardenklänge - Lied Ohne Worte

Postby 19thcenturyguitarist » Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:45 am

No, No! I sincerly enjoyed the tempo you decided to play this challenging piece. GREAT JOB! I truely enjoyed listening! It was indeed a pleasure. I feel that this piece is THEE most challenging piece from Mertz's Op.13. I always felt that this piece was uncomfortable versus the other pieces from the collection he published under Op.13, almost like this was a transcription from Mendelsohn, which always fall under the guitarists hands very awkwardly. I believe Mertz wrote this piece in Mendelsohn's style as to make it very unguitaristic on purpose. As we know Mendelsohn never wrote a guitar lick in his life. If he did, I believe it owuld sound simular to this piece... How terribly unfortunately for us guitarists. If I was alive back then I would have commisioned several guitar pieces from Mendelsohn.
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Postby Cary W » Mon Jun 20, 2011 1:01 pm

Thanks for bringing this music to life for us. It sounds difficult... :bravo:

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Postby Sean » Mon Jun 27, 2011 12:17 pm

Great job, Matt! This sounds great!
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Postby Julio » Mon Oct 10, 2011 1:56 am

WOW! this piece sounds incredibly difficult. Terrific playing and mastery of Mertz's music man! Song with out Words! this piece is like being alive in the 19th century, the type of stuff you'd hear back then. CHARMING!
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