They are called Segovia Studies. ...
Well, not by me they're not ...
guitarist_le wrote:Im not regarding these pieces as compositions ...
... I have always tended to the belief that they definitely are compositions ...
I don't know with 100% certainty whether Sor actually composed them or just made a serendipitous discovery at the back of a kitchen cupboard, but one can understand Guitarist_le's misapprehension given the prominence of Andy's name and image whilst poor old Fred is generally relegated to a mention at the bottom of the page (in a smaller typeface of course).
That's marketing ... Edizioni Curci
take a more even-handed approach but I'll put money on nobody thinking of their cover imagery when "the 20" are mentioned.
I'm as guilty as anyone - I had my old 1945 Augener edition signed by the man himself (no, not Sor before you tickle the world with one of your merry quips Paul) - I can't believe now that I actually took the thing with me - the embarrassing folly of youth ...
Julian Ward wrote:I tend to teach MA just through scales.
It used to be the case that i/m
alternation were obligatory components of the scale work for examinations. I can't recall when that changed - maybe a couple of decades ago - I would welcome a return.
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