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Post by daniel.pewsner » Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:21 pm

Hi, I am a MD living in Switzerland who has been playing the classical guitar for almost 60 years. As a young man having been for a short time the student of Konrad Radgossnig I was even considering making the classical guitar my profession. But then I decided to study medicine which was the reason of a lengty break of 45 years during which my guitar wasn't touched any more. 8 years ago the guitar come in my life again and has become an important companian. My repertoire comprises mainly pieces by JB Bach, HV Lobos, Granados, De Falla, Satie and also my own transciptions of folk tunes. I imagine that being part of the delcamp forum community will give me the opportunity of sharing and also of being inspired by other guitar players.

I am looking forward to this. Regards Daniel

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Re: Introduction

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Nov 05, 2018 2:43 pm

Hello Daniel and welcome to Delcamp forum! Enjoy yourself and see you around!

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"While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave's life: the guitar will forever be your master and you its slave".

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