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Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major - Video - No file

Post by soltirefa » Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:13 am

Here is a transcription to E major for 7-string guitar by Jouni Stenroos.

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http://www.vimeo.com/2588386

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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by Vesuvio » Sun Dec 21, 2008 6:55 am

Thank you Soltirefa,

I enjoyed that very much indeed,

Best wishes, V :) :merci:
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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by Matt Molloy » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:55 pm

Beautifully played. :casque:

Lovely start to the morning.

Thanks,

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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by soltirefa » Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:23 pm

Thanks, Vesuvio and Matt. I've been wanting to learn to make and post videos for a long time. It's nice to know how finally. I conclude that it is a lot harder than it would seem. As soon as the camera is recording, I feel very stiff.

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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by Jouni Stenroos » Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:42 pm

Nice to hear and see you playing this, Glen. Well done.

The 7th string sounds very good, it must be the Aranjuez 7th?

All the best,
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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by soltirefa » Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:04 pm

jounis wrote:Nice to hear and see you playing this, Glen. Well done.

The 7th string sounds very good, it must be the Aranjuez 7th?

All the best,
Jouni
Glad you could hear/see it! Thank you very much for taking the time to make this transcription for 7-string.

That is indeed the Aranjuez 7th. I really like it a lot. It seems to have a rounder/smoother sound than the D'Addario low basses. Too bad they don't make larger diameters of the same. Thanks again,

Glen

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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by kidneykutter » Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:37 pm

Very nice! The extra bass helps to preserve much of the sonority.

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Re: Kellner, David - Phantasia in F major

Post by soltirefa » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:10 pm

kidneykutter wrote:Very nice! The extra bass helps to preserve much of the sonority.
Thanks, Kidneycutter. Your lute videos are certainly an inspiration. That Kellner Chaconne is very nice, and now having tried this video thing, I can really appreciate other people's videos of longer and more difficult pieces. It isn't easy.

I encourage Jouni to make videos of some of his fine Kellner for guitar (10-string or other). He is who first got me into Kellner. If you haven't heard his recordings on his sound click page, I encourage you to do so. They are very good.

Glen

PS. Kidneycutter, I am very impressed with your HD videos. I cannot believe how sharp the image is.

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