Giuliani, Mauro - Sei Lieder 3 - Duo

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Giuliani, Mauro - Sei Lieder 3 - Duo

Post by Sanft » Wed Mar 08, 2006 9:54 am

And here's the third one.
Clemens … el niño que soñó la musica :fume:
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joshuamurphy75

Post by joshuamurphy75 » Sun Apr 02, 2006 10:11 pm

great job.

double4time

Post by double4time » Fri Apr 07, 2006 9:25 pm

Hi clemens,

in my opinion this is too much singing and less guitar playing.

Sorry, double4time

Sanft

Post by Sanft » Sat Apr 08, 2006 8:55 pm

Well, how do I brake this to you...
That's the idea of accompanying a song?
And here's what I wrote as an explanation in connection with a Weber song:
"As you can hear, nearly all the songs from the 19th century are technically, well, not very challenging. You need to have a good sound, take care to play colla parte, but that's it. Now, neither Weber nor Giuliani couldn't do otherwise, as we all know. But when it came to songs the guitar was understood as pure accompaniment. Only occasionally in Weber you find passages where it had the role of a commentator or became a bit more of a virtuoso instrument (op 29!). And Giuliani, strangely enough, never undertook a more sophisticated guitar part. That didn't mean, that this was music solely for use of the amateur! The voice part (Di tanti Palpiti, Sei Ariette) in general is always way above standard or even of a virtuoso nature."
Clemens … el niño que soñó la musica :fume:

MarcusS81

well done

Post by MarcusS81 » Tue Jul 11, 2006 7:49 pm

yes this is great!

are you both professionell musicer?

it sounds like ....!

i hope i can take a piece from me in this forum thats great played like this - my new guitarteacher is a singer.... (sorry for my bad english) ;-)

well done - great

lehndal

Post by lehndal » Wed Jul 12, 2006 11:15 am

Nice! Lovely! And it really shows how well voice and guitar can create an intimate combination of sound. :casque:

yngwiebrian

Post by yngwiebrian » Sat Aug 12, 2006 5:57 pm

Very well played (good sound and clear timing) but I prefere the lied sung by a soprano... I think that soprano vocal range create a better mix with guitar

Sanft

Post by Sanft » Fri Aug 18, 2006 2:22 pm

You can tell by the range or the clef for what voice or range a song is meant for. The "Sei Lieder" are clearly songs for tenor or soprano, the Cavatine for tenor and the Ariette for soprano.
Clemens … el niño que soñó la musica :fume:

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