Lysiane Chantre wrote: ↑
Sun Feb 17, 2019 8:46 am
Thank you "tateharmann", this is it :
Thanks for sharing that - it's a nice little piece! I researched this a bit and it seems that it falls in part A of Grade 2 of Trinity College Guitar Program. I downloaded the syllabus and there are actually two valses by Ferrer in part A. One has no source listed, and the other lists David Burden's book called "The Young Guitarist's Progress Part 2" as the source. Here's what the author says regarding the Ferrer works:
"It also includes recently rediscovered works by Jose Ferrer, some published for the first time."
I own a number of these David Burden books but unfortunately, I don't own this particular one. If I did I would have no problem sharing this piece with you privately. In fact, I've even inquired as to the implications of sharing a lot of this newly discovered Ferrer music publicly
here: https://classicalguitardelcamp.com/view ... 6094b11f1e
I've also recorded some of these other lesser known Ferrer works and posted on Delcamp here: https://classicalguitardelcamp.com/view ... 6094b11f1e
https://classicalguitardelcamp.com/view ... 6094b11f1e
Thus far, these little pieces have been a source of frustration for many as they are currently located at the Royal Academy of Music London and it seems they've only been published by David Burden in his books. This topic is an interesting read here if you are interested: https://classicalguitardelcamp.com/view ... 6094b11f1e
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