Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

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Vivace

Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Vivace » Sat Nov 07, 2009 3:56 am

Jubing Kristianto is four times national winner of "Yamaha Festival Gitar Indonesia" (1987, 1992, 1994, and 1995). He's also a recipient of Distinguished Award at "Yamaha South-East Asia Guitar Festival" in 1984.
You can find his Compositions and arrangements.
Link : http://jubing.net/index.html

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Vesuvio » Sun Nov 08, 2009 9:33 am

:merci: Vivace,

Best wishes, V :D
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Vivace

Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Vivace » Sun Nov 08, 2009 11:29 am

You are welcome Vesuvio

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby kegantess » Sun Jan 03, 2010 7:37 pm

Jubing's website is an absolute joy! I am learning the indonesian cradle song, it is simply beautiful. And so many of the songs are just amazing. Take a listen if you have not!

Lisa

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Anthony Campanella » Sun Jan 03, 2010 7:41 pm

Thanks Vivace! Good Luck Jubing!

Sandan

Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Sandan » Sun Jan 03, 2010 8:51 pm

kegantess wrote:Jubing's website is an absolute joy! I am learning the indonesian cradle song, it is simply beautiful. And so many of the songs are just amazing. Take a listen if you have not!

Lisa


As a regular visitor to Jubing's website, I feel guilty not to share his website. I thought some of us know him already.

Once Upon a Rainy Day and Moonrise are my favorites! There are Midi and U-tube files to listen the pieces.
Even the traditional Auld Lang syne with drop D has some nice harmonies and fingering at the end!

Cheers

San

kegantess

Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby kegantess » Mon Jan 04, 2010 1:43 pm

San,

Once upon a Rainy Day is the next one on my list to learn. Ahhh, so gentle and beautiful. And his fingerings seem really good! I love simple beautiful pieces, and there are some really good ones on his website!

Lisa :)

Sandan

Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Sandan » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:07 am

Hi Lisa, yes it's not too hard; but it sounds very nice. He has some links to various websites as well.

Cheers

San

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby kegantess » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:29 am

Thanks San, I will check those other websites out!

Cheers!

Lisa

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Tarbaby » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:45 am

Thank you, Vivace. I had not visited the site in a while.

My favorite is "Amelia", which I downloaded quite some time ago. It's so gentle, beautiful and sad, that I imagined it was perhaps about a daughter or some other loved one who went missing from his life somehow.

When I went back this time, I saw that I wasn't far off. He gives a link to the story behind the piece, that you can find by clicking on the word "here". I never noticed that before! It's quite touching.

Alan
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Passed away in May2016.

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby kegantess » Fri Jan 08, 2010 1:44 pm

Ok, pinch me...Jubing emailed me! I posted a comment on his guestbook, and he emailed me all of his scores! I feel like a rock star contacted me!

Lisa :)

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby wolfgang » Fri Jan 08, 2010 2:03 pm

kegantess wrote:Once upon a Rainy Day is the next one on my list to learn. Ahhh, so gentle and beautiful. And his fingerings seem really good! I love simple beautiful pieces, and there are some really good ones on his website!

Lisa :)


Hi Lisa and everyone.

I agree, Jubing's music is very nice. I once contacted him to get permission to post a recording of "Once upon a rainy day" but unfortunately never got around to recording it adequately. Nevertheless, he very politely gave his ok for recordings of his works.

Best wishes w.

Sandan

Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Sandan » Sun Jan 10, 2010 6:18 pm

kegantess wrote:Thanks San, I will check those other websites out!

Cheers!

Lisa


Sorry, Lisa checked it out and his Geocity website is gone (taken over by Yahoo reason?). But he has a new website and FB for his fans. if some of the songs are Indonesian related, asked me for background and translation. My Indonesian is rusty; but it's free translation. :)

kegantess

Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby kegantess » Sun Jan 10, 2010 7:21 pm

Thanks San,

Jubing contacted me again, and said how thrilled he was to hear from someone in the States as he rarely does. He seems like a really nice person..

Lisa

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Re: Jubing Kristianto Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

Postby Andy Pratama » Wed Jan 04, 2012 4:40 am

Hi everyone,

I agree with you all. I was once in his concert and it was really amazing!! The website he created is free for everybody. He mentioned that it's hard for him to find free guitar scores while he was learning the guitar, so he would like to share his works for free now.

I love his interpetration of music, and he is actually my inspiration to start playing guitar. My favorite piece is "Song for Renny" (http://jubing.net/compo02.html), not too difficult to learn but it is really beatiful.

- Andy


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