Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

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amy3000
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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by amy3000 » Sat Jun 11, 2011 2:50 pm

You've introduced me to a lot of wonderful music too. I've been trying to learn Fim de Tarde by Ulisses Rocha which you posted here a couple of months ago. The weak link for me in that piece is the 5 measures in a row of barres but I'm working on it. I'm glad someone mentioned your website. Now I'm going to listen to everything over there.
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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Sean » Sat Jun 11, 2011 2:52 pm

Thank you, Amy. You're going over there? You'd better have some earplugs ready!

The barres can be quite a pain; are you using full barres? In a couple of spots, you can use half-barres. And, on the last beat in measure 28, I don't use a barre; I take the F3 and G on the 1st string using LH 1 on the F# and LH 3 on the G. For the first beat of measure 29, I take the A with LH 3 (there's nothing quite like a guide finger!), take the D in the bass as 4th string open, and lay down a partial barre to catch the F with LH 4. Lifting the LH 3 off the A in the melody will give you the G with the barre finger . . .

does any of this make sense?

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by amy3000 » Sat Jun 11, 2011 11:01 pm

It does Sean. I actually came to the same solution for measure 29 and tried to finagle something with measure 30 which didn't work so well.

Didn't need earplugs at all at you site. I enjoyed it a lot.
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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by classic » Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:22 pm

Thank you! I'm pretty unfamiliar with the work Marcelo Coronel.
I would like to hear your music performed by this composer.

Sean

Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Sean » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:19 pm

I'm hoping to put up another couple of pieces later this week. Thanks for the feedback. Do a google search for Marcelo Coronel - he's got a website where you can sign up for an e-newsletter and a few downloadable pieces. Amy, thanks for your kind words!

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by licaptn » Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:47 am

Very pretty piece and extremely well played, Sean. It's now on my delcamp playlist.

:merci: :bravo:

licaptn

Sean

Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Sean » Tue Jun 14, 2011 1:30 am

Thank you! I appreciate that!

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by David McHarg » Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:58 pm

Very nice Sean. What a sweet sound. Great recording as well. I like the sound of your guitar. How did you record this ?
Where can i get the score for this piece ?

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Gruupi » Mon Jun 20, 2011 9:37 pm

I really enjoyed that Sean, both the music and your playing are great.

Sean

Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Sean » Tue Jun 21, 2011 11:22 am

dmcharg, thank you! The piece is from the Imaginario popular - a set of five pieces. Visit the composer's website for some info; I think he's in the process of republishing it. I just recorded it in the basement bedroom with the Zoom. I didn't add reverb to it; the sound always comes out plastic. Gruupi, thanks for the kind words - I appreciate them.

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Figolo » Tue Jun 21, 2011 9:30 pm

Thank you San. I really enjoy your playing.
:casque: :bravo:

Sean

Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Sean » Tue Jun 21, 2011 11:24 pm

Thanks for listening!

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Bertran » Fri Jul 01, 2011 9:25 pm

Hi Sean,

I am very enjoy listening your performance. Great music, great interpretation. :bravo:
And because this words of you:
„I've come to realize that all I really ever want to play is South American music...“
we have so much in common. Of course this is not totally true because a time by time I delight with so much different piece from different epochs: Bach, Giuliani, Scarlatti, Albeniz,... (probably like you do).

But South American songs mostly have a melody that easy come in listeners ears, have that romantic melody, unexpected rhythm, special touch etc. Before few months I list pieces of my favorite SA composition. I hope that you have a similar list too.

Bertran

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by willbo2000 » Sat Jul 02, 2011 11:45 am

Lovely piece! and well played..
Thats the kind of guitar music I like to listen to / you can listen several times and get more out of it everytime!
:casque:

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Re: Coronel, Marcelo - Pachamama

Post by Hilary Field » Sat Jul 02, 2011 1:33 pm

Thank you for posting this Sean! You play this music so well, with such beautiful tone and a gorgeous vibrato. I am not familiar with this composer, but I look forward to looking at his website and hearing more of his music.

:bravo:
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