Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

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Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

Postby Non Tabius » Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:27 pm

Here is somthing I enjoyed laying down.I hope some of you will too.
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Re: Luis Milan Pavana 1 DO6

Postby Terry Sanderson » Sun Nov 21, 2010 6:39 pm

Nice playing.

I think you will find that this piece is level 4.
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Re: Luis Milan Pavana 1 DO6

Postby Non Tabius » Sun Nov 21, 2010 7:16 pm

Thanks for listening Santel ,I did look up the level on Delcamp but could not find Pavan I but Pavan 6.
I used the University Of South Africa's which is aslo internationally recognised and they have any one of the 6 Pavans
as a Grade 6 requirement.I assumed that this would apply at Delcamp as well seeing as they have Pavan 6 at DO6.
I gratful you enjoyed it though.
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Re: Luis Milan Pavana 1 DO6

Postby Terry Sanderson » Mon Nov 22, 2010 7:49 am

You should be able to find it in the D04 MP3 file
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Re: Luis Milan Pavana 1 DO4

Postby Non Tabius » Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:02 am

Sorry Santhell ,I have looked it up and I see you are correct.I appologise for any misrepresentation due to my being under the wrong impression as to the Delcamp Gradings.
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Re: Luis Milan Pavana 1 DO6

Postby evgeniosasteris » Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:28 am

Whatever the grade, you play great! :)

This piece is the first I am listening to this morning! :D
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Re: Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

Postby Non Tabius » Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:14 pm

Thanks for taking the trouble to listen evgenio .Thats very inspiring thank you very much indeed .
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Re: Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

Postby glassynails » Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:55 pm

VERY NICE Non Tabius! May I ask what type of guitar you use? I must say that I like your very liberal use of arpeggiation in this piece! Usually I don't care much for over use of it, but I'd say that in this case it DEFINITELY WORKS!! Looking at your avatar while listening to you play I was brought back to the days of kings and queens and court jesters!! I also like that you played this piece slowly and with love of each note and didn't rush through it like so many people do these days like they're late for their dinner appointment.

P.S. I've been working on the Pavanas lately and will post an mp3 as soon as I'm ready.

:bravo:
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Re: Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

Postby Non Tabius » Sat Nov 27, 2010 2:08 am

I am glad you took the troulble to listen glassynails and thanks for the kind words.I use a Yamaha CG 120A with extra hard tension pro arte strings .I am glad you are also submitting one of the pavanes and wish you all the best.
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Re: Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

Postby glassynails » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:09 pm

This is Pavana I, not VI.
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Re: Milán, Luys; Pavana 6 - D06

Postby kefka » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:22 pm

glassynails wrote:This is Pavana I, not VI.


Yes. It is. I have played it several times, not to mention listened to Segovia and Bream play it 100 times.

http://www.delcamp.net/pdf/luys_milan_p ... ihuela.pdf

@Non Tabius: Change the header as not to confuse the listener :)

Oh BTW, you play this just super! I enjoyed listening to it. I can tell you didnt tune the 3rd G string to F#, like suggested by Delcamp and Noad, and most all publishers of this music. (Psst: I dont like tuning my 3rd string either.)
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Re: Milán, Luys; Pavana 1 - D04

Postby Non Tabius » Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:45 am

Non Tabius wrote:Here is somthing I enjoyed laying down.I hope some of you will too.

This is the best that I can come up with at the moment.Quit frankly I don't know how to change the original header.
Maybe the Moderator on duty can be of assistance.
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