Malats, Joaquim; Serenata española - D09 Video

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Malats, Joaquim; Serenata española - D09 Video

Postby Marc Friedlander » Sat Dec 24, 2011 5:51 pm

I've been feeling the urge to play more Spanish Guitar lately.
This one is new for me.

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Re: Malats, Joaquin; Serenade Espagnole - Video

Postby KeMe » Sun Dec 25, 2011 11:50 pm

:bravo:
I really enjoyed your performance. This is such a fantastic piece, I never get tired of listening to it.
Thank you and season greetings.
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Re: Malats, Joaquin; Serenade Espagnole - Video

Postby kurt guitar » Mon Dec 26, 2011 4:50 am

This piece has to have the most varied interpretations ever, and i really enjoyed listening to your rendition Libre. Thanks :)
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Re: Malats, Joaquin; Serenade Espagnole - Video

Postby Marc Friedlander » Mon Dec 26, 2011 5:53 am

Thank you for your comments!
The piece invites different interpretations.
I still have a lot of work to do on the piece - some parts are difficult for me and I'm not comfortable all over yet.
And I think my interpretation has to be worked out more than it is right now.
Still - I have the themes playing in my head and revolving around all the time.
It is so infectious.
It is a great piece. I'm so happy to have it to play now.
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Re: Malats, Joaquin; Serenade Espagnole - Video

Postby George Crocket » Mon Dec 26, 2011 7:16 am

:bravo:

I enjoyed watching you play this. It is a difficult piece, but you have it within your grasp. For most of it you have good intonation rhythm and tempo. You are almost there, so it is well worth keeping going with it.

Very entertaining.

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Re: Malats, Joaquin; Serenade Espagnole - Video

Postby stevestarcher » Tue Dec 27, 2011 5:55 pm

Great!
Reminds me that I started learning this many months ago and some how totally forgot about it...
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Re: Malats, Joaquin; Serenade Espagnole - Video

Postby woodsprite » Fri Jan 06, 2012 6:56 pm

Thank you for posting your interpretation of this truly lovely piece. I admire your courage in tackling it and your determination to perfect it. It a wonderful lesson for me as I work through difficult pieces and your perseverance motivates me to work harder. :bravo:
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Re: Malats, Joaquim; Serenata española - D09 Video

Postby Denian Arcoleo » Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:38 pm

I really enjoyed your interpretation of this classic piece. Your playing is very genuine and heartfelt in my ears. :casque:

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Re: Malats, Joaquim; Serenata española - D09 Video

Postby Vesavekkuli » Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:57 am

Thanks for you honest style of playing music - it is so pure music. I guess your audience gives you profit for that - not only money, but spiritually, too. I played on the streets, too, but it was when I was a student with a small family on 80's. I played one whole summer in the middle Finnish town, Jyväskylä, in Stockholm and Amsterdam; I know it is hard work. After one hard day on the street on the same day I went to a master course held by italian Carlo Ambrosio, he said to me: where are you nyances (lol)? Respect to you from me.
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Re: Malats, Joaquim; Serenata española - D09 Video

Postby Marc Friedlander » Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:39 pm

Thanks to those that commented.
Vesavekkuli - it is greatly rewarding for me to play in the park and at the Met. I do get great rewards - an not just financial, as you said.
The faces of the children, the enjoyment of the adults - many of whom wouldn't know Andres Segovia from Babe Ruth - that is my reward. And when I am in the ZONE, and I have a good, involved audience, well, that is the highest peak of my existence in this lifetime.

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Re: Malats, Joaquim; Serenata española - D09 Video

Postby wilhelmreich » Tue Mar 13, 2012 5:44 pm

:bravo: Who is Pepe Romero :) Very good playing!
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