[PDF] Ferrer y Esteve, José - Plainte Amoureuse

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[PDF] Ferrer y Esteve, José - Plainte Amoureuse

Post by Marieh » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:35 am

Plainte amoureuse (Jose Ferrer).pdf
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Re: [PDF] Ferrer y Esteve, José - Plainte Amoureuse

Post by DerekB » Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:45 am

Thank you for yet another excellent version of a wonderful piece. How do you find the time?

I had printed out this piece before I realised I already had it under the name of Ejercicio in a Trinity grade 4 book. It is one of the pieces I played in my grade 4 exam. The examiner's comments on my performance started with the words "A real taste of Spain.." When I had finished playing he said "Thank you. I enjoyed that."

I really can't recommend this piece highly enough to everyone on this site. Whether you are above or below grade 4, if you don't already know it, give it a go!
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Re: [PDF] Ferrer y Esteve, José - Plainte Amoureuse

Post by Fabbri » Sat Sep 16, 2017 1:57 pm

It's one of those pieces that be played in different ways: with delicacy and restraint as an elegant waltz, or, if you're in a romantic mood, with all the amorous complaining you can squeeze out of your guitar. Thanks for this neat score, Marieh.

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