I love it, beautifull composition and very good performance on a very good instrument too! And indeed lesser known
Marshall Dixon wrote: ↑Mon May 20, 2019 8:39 pmThis terrific guitarist has many more recitals posted.
The guitar was made by Sergey Sergeev of St. Petersburg.
Hi ! very nice composition, performance and recording. I am sorry that I havent posted for a longer period now. I have been very busy with other subjects than guitars, like dentist,taxes, condos, family properites and other issues which needed my attention, and I also still run another business besides building guitars. I have in fact a project for a prototype but I had no oportunity to work on it. You are a luthier too, if I remember right. What are you building actually?Marshall Dixon wrote: ↑Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:47 pmgirl with braces.jpg
After seeing this picture of your girl with braces I had to rethink my remark about your vengance! If I were a conspiracy theorist I could imagine that your absence from this thread means you're working on something terrible indeed. Something innovative, thorough and... medieval!
In my last posting I worry that maybe the recorded sound in the laundromat wasn't clean enough. So here is a another original composition from Juan Calderon.
OK. Glad you're not up to anything sinester.
Hi Marshall,Marshall Dixon wrote: ↑Sat Jun 15, 2019 3:22 amOK. Glad you're not up to anything sinester.
I moved about a year ago. Had to renovate a little house from the floor to ceiling. About 2 years ago I got into a conversation with another member here who was building a Russian 7 string guitar. I had never heard any of that repertoire and I love it. I decided to build one and got the body done and the neck ready to put together last June. It will be #28. At the same time I started #27 based on the design of Jacobi, you know, where the fan is reversed. I figure since I'm a bass ackward kind of guy this might work out better. I broke the luthier code though. Am making several changes at once: double sides, different brace patterns and making the taper of the body narrower at the tail, which idea I got from Arthur Overholtzer.
I've been talking to another member @goinbaroke about his first build and reviewing the Cumpiano & Natalson book. It has been a great motivator for me, so I started #29 using their method and getting organized in a hands on way.
Also its fire season and we live in the forest. I've been clearing dead wood debree seems like forever. I recall some bad fires in Portugal last year. We've been threatened every year for the last five years and the smoke has caused us to evacuate four times.
Your thread here has given me great pleasure. Discovering new things. Especially the accordian! This one is still copyright I believe. I listened to 4 or 5 versions of this and though other versions were played with more flourish, this is my favorite.
Accordian lovers only! Look up:
La foule d'Edith Piaf a l'accordian - Cassandra Bosserie
Does anybody know where I might find the music for this piece?
He founded his own music school in Lisbon which still does exist. If somebody has his scores it is them for sure https://www.escoladuartecosta.pt/contactcloset guitarist wrote: ↑Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:25 pmDoes anybody know where I might find the music for this piece?