Title format: Composer's surname, forename - op.xx/xx Title - tags (if known)
e.g. Granados, Enrique - op.37/05 Andaluza - D09 Video
or Ságreras, J. S. - op.19 Maria Luisa - D04 (For more than one forename, just give initials.)
or Ságreras, J. S. - 1/49 Lesson (One digit for lesson-book / two digits for lesson.)
or Anon. - Samba Lele - D03 (Use Anon. for all anonymous or traditional pieces.)
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This is beautifully played! I admit that I never heard of a Zambra before so I had to look it up in Wikipedia. You play such a huge variety of repertoire. How much time do you spend practicing every day?
Thanks for listening and commenting.
With regard to how much I practise a day, I would say around two hours, but often less because I am busy with teaching during during the week. I am (if I do say so myself) a good sight-reader, so I am able to have a piece ready to play pretty quickly.
Jomet, my other favourite Albeniz pieces to play at the moment are Cordoba, Orientale and Zortzico.
Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos 2004; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona 2001
"While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave's life: the guitar will forever be your master and you its slave".
Always a great performance. You for sure is one of the greatest guitarrist from this forum. I always take a deep look in everything you do here and outside like your channel in youtube plenty of good brazilian music.
Great job on this one, Denian. I always love your contributions here but this one is near the top for me! So many contrasts and dynamics within the piece. You play it so well and with great passion. Makes me want to visit Granada again with its mix of Spanish and Moorish history. This piece just seems to capture that essence.
"If I had 8 hours to chop down a tree, I'd spend six sharpening my axe."