Mudarra, Alonso - Fantasia 10 que contrahaze - D07

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Anthony Campanella » Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:59 pm

Nice playing !
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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by moramajor » Mon Dec 24, 2007 12:05 pm

Ubik,

Great interpretation. I have heard this piece in two different versions today. First, a little bit faster than yours. Sincerelly, I am thinking to myself which one I prefer. I will hear one more time and compare both and then, let you know if this interest you.

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Ubik » Wed Dec 26, 2007 12:22 am

thanks all! But get mean and dirty please, i want some more criticism! :sigaretta: :sorride:
moramajor wrote:Ubik,

Great interpretation. I have heard this piece in two different versions today. First, a little bit faster than yours. Sincerelly, I am thinking to myself which one I prefer. I will hear one more time and compare both and then, let you know if this interest you.

Thanks
Paulo César - Brazil
hehe, well DavidE has already said it's the best he's ever heard, so you'll be hard pressed to beat that! :mrgreen: :grire:

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Paul Saywood » Wed Dec 26, 2007 2:29 pm

Ubik wrote:thanks all! But get mean and dirty please, i want some more criticism! :sigaretta: :sorride:

:grire:
Hello Ubik, I think this is very nice, and the recording is clear too! If you really want some criticism I can give you some, but it might make you cry. :grire:

Paul

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Ubik » Wed Dec 26, 2007 2:47 pm

nogin wrote:
Hello Ubik, I think this is very nice, and the recording is clear too! If you really want some criticism I can give you some, but it might make you cry. :grire:

Paul
nice? NICE!?! :nerveux:

me cry? I am a rock, i am an island. :sorride:

Paul Saywood

Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Paul Saywood » Wed Dec 26, 2007 2:55 pm

OK rockman, maybe nice is too nice a word, but it's a nice word and it's nice to use it, but it's not nice to overuse it! :D

Anyway, your piece has little to criticise, it's splendid! You could try playing it with a little more purpose of tone, make use of the pontichello a little, exaggerate the feel etc. But really, if this upsets you, don't come crying to me :grire:

:okok: Paulo

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Vito Simplicio » Wed Dec 26, 2007 3:27 pm

Ubik,

Nicely played with a very clean sound. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by zorolowski » Wed Dec 26, 2007 6:04 pm

Hello Ubik,

well played! Very good sound!
:okok: :casque: :okok:

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Brock » Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:55 pm

Thanks for posting Ubik.
I enjoyed this very much.
I won't offer any criticism (apart from the fact that you can play it better than me): I find this tempo suits the piece much better than the faster tempo some other players adopt.

BFGuitar

Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by BFGuitar » Sat Dec 29, 2007 1:43 am

Nice speed and timing. Your tone isnt that bad at all, its not amazing but its not like nails on a chalk board by far. I like the use of tasto/ponticello.
Great feel and dynamics. Good playing over all.

Check out my recording tell me what you think!
viewtopic.php?t=7423&p=67258#p67258

Elisabeth Calvet

Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Elisabeth Calvet » Sun Nov 02, 2008 10:42 pm

Super!
Very nice !
:bravo: :merci:

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Hans W » Wed Mar 18, 2009 2:44 am

Super job on this Ubik. Its hard not to lose your concentration with this piece and you certainly didn't. My hat's off to you sir and a couple of :bravo: :bravo: to boot.

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Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Ubik » Tue Mar 24, 2009 11:04 am

Paul Saywood wrote: Anyway, your piece has little to criticise, it's splendid! You could try playing it with a little more purpose of tone, make use of the pontichello a little, exaggerate the feel etc. But really, if this upsets you, don't come crying to me :grire:

:okok: Paulo
thank you Paul Sayhow'dyoulikethathuhandthisandthatdiescumbagahahahahawood, and for your interesting treatise on the word nice :okok:


thanks for listening Simplicio, Zorolowski and BFGUITAR, I am always sensitive about my tone, so thanks for your encouragement :merci:

Ubik

Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Ubik » Tue Mar 24, 2009 11:04 am

Brock wrote:Thanks for posting Ubik.
I enjoyed this very much.
I won't offer any criticism (apart from the fact that you can play it better than me): I find this tempo suits the piece much better than the faster tempo some other players adopt.
hey, me too! :guitare: although my favourite recording is Bream's in which he does play it pretty fast! I think the ending is better for being slower, and the beginning possibly better for being faster paced. I think Bream manages to do both these things somehow :reflechir:


thanks elisabeth :bye:
Hans W wrote:Super job on this Ubik. Its hard not to lose your concentration with this piece and you certainly didn't. My hat's off to you sir and a couple of :bravo: :bravo: to boot.

Hans
thanks Hans, you mentioned you were working on this piece also and I would very much like to hear it, let me know when it's up!


Apologies for taking so long to reply, I don't mean to be so rude, it is an English self deprecating thing where one considers oneself unworthy of praise and must say "thank you, but it was really nothing, I do it for Queen and country", etc, etc... somebody pass me a ladder! :chaud:

Elisabeth Calvet

Re: Mudarra, Alonso de - Fantasia X

Post by Elisabeth Calvet » Tue Mar 31, 2009 2:24 pm

:merci: Ubik!
:bravo:

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