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Le Roy, Adrian - Passemeze - D06 Lute Video - No file

Post by Valéry Sauvage » Wed Feb 14, 2007 3:22 pm

This is a very well known dance by Adrian le Roy, Passemeze, with a "more shorter" version...
Update, new recording...

[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/2921262[/vimeo]


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Post by Sentient » Wed Feb 14, 2007 4:24 pm

Wow, that was beautiful and I loved it. You play it very well, and I especially enjoyed the single note runs there towards the end. Good job, and thank you for sharing this.

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Post by Vesuvio » Wed Feb 14, 2007 4:52 pm

Hello Val,

This is very enjoyable!

Your lute seems to have terrific projection and your playing was wonderful.

Thank you for sharing your work with us.

Best wishes, V :bravo:

PS Are you also a painter?
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Post by Valéry Sauvage » Wed Feb 14, 2007 7:36 pm

Vesuvio wrote: PS Are you also a painter?
Yes... but difficult to manage time between lute and painting... helas.
Check my www for a gallery (website in french...)
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Post by Erik Zurcher » Wed Feb 14, 2007 8:02 pm

Lovely! Towards the end you play a lot p, i, p, i. Is that for a specific reason? A guitarplayer would play i, m, i, m, etc. Just curious.

I just visited your website and enjoyed your paintings and couldn't help noticing that we are both fans of Rousseau and Grandma Moses. You are truely multi-talented!

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Post by Valéry Sauvage » Wed Feb 14, 2007 8:27 pm

Thanks... I know less grandma Moses, but I'm a fan of Rousseau... (Could I denied ?)
For RH technic, it is idiomatic to the renaissance lute to play this way in passagii with pi pi, later in barock music, the hand turn and the thumb came out only for basses, then lutenist use mi mi. This pi technic is very well described in methods (Capirola, Attaingnant; Le Roy, Phalèse etc...)
Have a look at Paul O'Dette video on Youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G23_pcCZkZg
very impressive...

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Post by Erik Zurcher » Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:08 pm

Thank you, Luthval. I have learned something more about the lute. Very interesting.
If you use google, you may be able to see a lot of Grandma Moses' paintings. Like Rousseau, she led an interesting life.
Best wishes.

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Post by Vesuvio » Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:35 am

Hello Val,

Thank you for directing me to your website. You have produced some delightful paintings—with the same great attention to detail you bring to your music.

Best wishes, V :D
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Post by Valéry Sauvage » Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:47 am

:oops:
Well, I like this, to paint, it's like to have a rest, a dream. When I can't play, I go to the "atelier" on a canvas.
But with video editing, not many time left... Now I'm working on barock pieces... (not ready yet)

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Post by owl » Thu Feb 15, 2007 8:07 am

Val... I loved the music and your playing... I was utterly fascinated.
Thank you so much for posting this video... it was a joy to be able to see as well as hear.

I like the paintings as well! :flowers:

Joy in the music

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Post by wolfgang » Thu Feb 15, 2007 8:55 am

Lovely playing, thanks a lot! Those lutes are really fine instruments. And the fretboard can be memorized faster, right :grire: No I'm making fun.

:applauso: :applauso:

I think if you are an artist it is confining to just choose one medium and dismiss others. The love for beauty can be expressed in so many ways that I am always happy to see people use several media, and even interweave them.

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Post by Valéry Sauvage » Thu Feb 15, 2007 9:18 am

wollfang wrote:And the fretboard can be memorized faster, right.

Wolfgang
Yes ! you're right, that's why they add more and more basses, to confused the player... thanks that guitar have only six strings (most of the guitars...)
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Post by tritone » Thu Feb 22, 2007 2:23 am

I enjoyed it very much thank you for sharing and keep it up.

Sincerely,
JR

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Re: Le Roy, Adrian - Passemeze for lute

Post by fuyioioih » Sat Jun 28, 2008 3:20 am

You are a treasure!
You have the audacity to play, paint and write for fun!

I remember a line from a song about the Astrological prototypes which portrayed Sagittarius as a tightrope walker
who looks down and applauds the audience for being brave.

I see that in you.

I also visited your YouTube site. The Garden pictures popped open suddenly and I almost cried.
What a lovely garden!

Thank you for sharing your joy and your love.

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Re: Le Roy, Adrian - Passemeze for lute

Post by Valéry Sauvage » Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:29 am

Thanks fuyioioih for your kind words...
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