Raymond, Jean-Marie - Au fil d'avril - Video

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Raymond, Jean-Marie - Au fil d'avril - Video

Post by spronev » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:36 pm

Jean-Marie Raymond's pieces are among my favorites. This one is a perfect example. This piece is from Jean-Marie Raymond's "3 petites fantaisies progressives" collection. The collection can be purchased on the Productions d'Oz web site. Please also visit Jean-Marie Raymond's channel on youtube ("noci64" on youtube) - he plays many of his pieces beautifully! Posted here with permission from the author.

My youtube channel is "spronev" where you can find many more contemporary pieces for classical guitar.


Re: Raymond, Jean-Marie - Au fil d'avril

Post by Aurore » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:06 pm

Lovely Spronev, like your channel too.


Re: Raymond, Jean-Marie - Au fil d'avril

Post by rlatkin » Wed Dec 30, 2009 5:41 am

That was an interesting piece... seemed to have overtones of both modern and much older music (not sure what period it reminds me of). Still love your playing and recording! :chitarrista:


Re: Raymond, Jean-Marie - Au fil d'avril

Post by andyp » Fri Jan 08, 2010 6:06 pm

Very nice. I've watched you play a few of these pieces and I'm starting to like them. Don't know about anyone else but it rather reminded me of Villa Lobos' Gavota - Choro, probably because I was playing it through (sort of) half an hour ago,

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