Anon. - Drewrie’s Accordes (Jane Pickering Lute Book) - Duo Video

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Anon. - Drewrie’s Accordes (Jane Pickering Lute Book) - Duo Video

Post by Tom Poore » Thu Feb 28, 2019 5:26 pm

My student and I made this video yesterday.



It irks me to note that his sound is better than mine. It’s getting harder to keep up with these young hotshots.

Enjoy.

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Re: Jane Pickering Lute Book—Drewrie’s Accordes—Video

Post by crisscross » Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:31 pm

:bravo: Beautiful music, very well played!

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Re: Jane Pickering Lute Book—Drewrie’s Accordes—Video

Post by Dofpic » Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:41 pm

Very Nice Tom... Im sure knowing you that you take great pleasure in seeing your students do well.
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Re: Jane Pickering Lute Book—Drewrie’s Accordes—Video

Post by pogmoor » Thu Feb 28, 2019 9:08 pm

A favourite of amateur guitar duos - so we don't usually get to hear it played so well :merci:
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Re: Jane Pickering Lute Book—Drewrie’s Accordes—Video

Post by Lovemyguitar » Fri Mar 01, 2019 2:53 am

That was really lovely, thanks! And, well done to your young student -- he produces a wonderful tone!

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Re: Jane Pickering Lute Book—Drewrie’s Accordes—Video

Post by Dirck Nagy » Fri Mar 01, 2019 9:22 am

I enjoyed that a lot, Tom!

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Re: Anon. - Drewrie’s Accordes (Jane Pickering Lute Book) - Duo Video

Post by Tom Poore » Fri Mar 01, 2019 2:01 pm

Thanks to all.

To make this video, we did the audio and video separately. We recorded the audio last week with my DPA 2011C mics and Apogee Mini-Me interface. My student unfortunately doesn’t own a concert level guitar. Since I didn’t want his sound on the recording to suffer, I lent him my Paul Fischer Taut Model and I used my German Vazquez Rubio Estudio Model.

(Listening to the audio, I now suspect my student could make a $50 First Act guitar sound okay.)

The audio is panned so that the sound matches what you see in the video. My student is panned left—I’m panned right.

On the video, the camera’s auto focus occasionally drifts. That really annoys me.

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Re: Anon. - Drewrie’s Accordes (Jane Pickering Lute Book) - Duo Video

Post by Charles Mokotoff » Fri Mar 01, 2019 2:45 pm

How wonderful! Thanks for sharing Tom...keep up the good work!!
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