Hello from the shoreline of Connecticut

Foxnorth
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Hello from the shoreline of Connecticut

Post by Foxnorth » Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:50 am

Hi all,

I'm an amateur classical guitarist, I became smitten with it in college and studied there with Ronald Pearl. I'm in my 40s now and still play at home for fun. Prior to that I played electric guitar and bass guitar in rock bands. Two records in particular got me hooked on classical guitar - Segovia's Castles of Spain record and John Williams' recordings of the Bach Cello Suites. I enjoy many styles of music and dabble in jazz guitar as well.

Currently I'm learning the 5th Prelude in D Major by Villa-Lobos.

I look forward to learning more about this site and talking about what is still one of my favorite instruments.

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Re: Hello from the shoreline of Connecticut

Post by Erik Zurcher » Sun Sep 08, 2019 6:44 am

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