Sanz, Gaspar - Canarios - D05

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MichaelS

Post by MichaelS » Thu Aug 03, 2006 8:05 pm

This is a marvelous performance and excellent recording. The flamenco style strumming seems perfectly appropriate for this piece and adds a lot of spice. It will be fun to try to add some of this in whenever I get around to learning this piece seriously. Thanks very much for giving us this version.

Hybrid

Post by Hybrid » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:03 am

Packolino wrote:where is the sheet for this music...?
i doubt you played this.it sounds flawles, but that is not the reason-i dont believe you played it becuse of the recording...not a glitch or any other sound..-do you have a studio at home... than i apologize for my distrust...
Hmmm, thats odd. There are far better recordings right here
in the forum. Check out recordings by Lucio and Prometheaus.

Far better than mine.

Anyway, glad you enjoyed the clip. But im dissapointed to hear
you dont believe its my recording. Thats a pretty serious accusation.
Not sure how to take it, or how to respond.

Can only say, ive worked very very hard, practicing, and building
my studio over the years. Im very proud of my work, and im
enjoying my life very much.

H

The Dado

Post by The Dado » Fri Aug 04, 2006 5:00 pm

that was a lot of fun to listen to as I think was fun to play.

Congratulation, bravo bravo bravo.

And I love the your tone, compliments of the guitar, your nails and finger, and good recording technique.

Loved every bit of it!!!

Ciao

Paolo

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Post by TomPage » Fri Aug 04, 2006 9:25 pm

Hybrid,
That was indeed glorious, both playing and recording. I have been working on this piece from Noad's transcription, without ornamentation yet and nowhere near that tempo. Your version seems to derive more from Yepes', no?

The recording has a lot of, I don't know the correct word for it, ambiance. It sounds like the notes sustain longer than most recordings. How is that done? Is it a touch of reverb? Or is that more a function of the player or the guitar?

Where in MD do you live. I live in Severna Park, MD.
Cheers,
Tom

ghiotto86

Post by ghiotto86 » Fri Aug 04, 2006 10:46 pm

great sounda, thank you

Packolino

Post by Packolino » Sun Aug 06, 2006 5:34 pm

im sorry if i offended you... it wasnt meant in the way you understood...
the recording is so good its unbelievable almost..thats all..

Hybrid

Post by Hybrid » Sun Aug 06, 2006 11:21 pm

Packolino wrote:im sorry if i offended you... it wasnt meant in the way you understood...
the recording is so good its unbelievable almost..thats all..
Oh :shock: :oops: :oops: :oops: ay ay ay~! Sorry!

I feel like a lunk head.. :cry:

No hard feelings here. :) Thanks for your comments.
:D

Rick714

Post by Rick714 » Mon Aug 07, 2006 12:13 am

Dear Hybrid,

I probably should just leave this alone, but, regarding your response to Packolino, which you wrote before he clarified what he meant (and which I had construed the same way as you did), all I can say is that you are one class act and I find your response to be most admirable!

Hybrid

Post by Hybrid » Mon Aug 07, 2006 4:05 am

Rick714 wrote:Dear Hybrid,

I probably should just leave this alone, but, regarding your response to Packolino, which you wrote before he clarified what he meant (and which I had construed the same way as you did), all I can say is that you are one class act and I find your response to be most admirable!
Thanks Rick! Nice of you to chime in and say that. :D

I really dig this forum alot. 8) Probably the best guitar forum
on the net, that i know of.

Thanks again!
H

angelique

elvis has entered the building

Post by angelique » Sat Aug 12, 2006 11:55 pm

weeeeeeeeee!

wow ... this was so excellent -- it made me shout !!!

thanks for posting this lovely canarios ... very bright , cheery,
colorful and lyrical playing. like the flamenco guitar.

so...when and where is the concert? :-)

:merci: :ivresse:

:titanic: :delcamp_fiesta:

:flowers: :flowers: :flowers: :flowers:
and more :flowers:

Hybrid

Post by Hybrid » Sun Aug 13, 2006 12:26 am

Thank you!! :love:

:guitare:

angelique

Post by angelique » Sun Aug 13, 2006 12:39 am

:flowers: :flowers: :flowers: :flowers:

:flowers: :delcamp_ cool: :flowers:

:flowers: :flowers: :flowers: :flowers:


thanks for the music!

jaff

Post by jaff » Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:47 am

Rick714 wrote:Dear Hybrid,

I probably should just leave this alone, but, regarding your response to Packolino, which you wrote before he clarified what he meant (and which I had construed the same way as you did), all I can say is that you are one class act and I find your response to be most admirable!
I second this.

And also, your recordings are awesome - both the playing and the quality of the recordings are magnificent. Look foward to hearing more.

The_Dude

Post by The_Dude » Mon Aug 14, 2006 1:48 pm

Oh my, I would recognize that interpretation anywhere - it's been on my ipod for a few months. If you think his Canarios is good, you should hear his interpretation of Mi Favorita and Mazurka.

I didn't realize your Brune was a flamenco. Did I read that correctly? She's a blanca? But, you get such rich tones out of her. Incredible! Well done.

angelique

Post by angelique » Wed Aug 16, 2006 11:22 pm

i hear absolutely no problemo with the rasgueado...quite the contrary es magnifico. like the percussive effect too. highly enjoyable and uplifting music! thanks again :)

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