Greetings from COLOMBIA

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Location: Retiro, Antioquia - Colombia

Greetings from COLOMBIA

Post by jalvarezo » Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:14 pm

Greetings from El Retiro, Antioquia - COLOMBIA!

I am learning to play guitar, willing to improve my skills. I consider myself a beginner; I started learning when I was 16, but after 2 years I dedicated to my professional carrer. I have 44 years now, and during the last 3 years I have dedicated some time to continue learning. I am currently taking weekly classes. Recently I learned to play Capricho Arabe from Tarrega and a Concerning Hobbits cover adapted by Harry Murrell for guitar; I love celtic music, as well as world traditional music.

20 years ago I played guitar for a group of around 50 people in a forest, it was more like an improvisation, kind of meditating relaxing song; they really enjoyed my performance; at that time I was willing to tell stories and share feelings through my guitar.

At this moment I am looking for the next song to learn, willing it to be either celtic, scottish, renaissance, or medieval. Will love recommendations on a guitar piece that will work for my level (but also challenging).


Jaime Alvarez

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Re: Greetings from COLOMBIA

Post by simonm » Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:19 pm

Hola Jaime,

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