Reza Chitsaz wrote: ↑
Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:26 am
[...] Decades ago I asked Regino Sainz de la Maza about this break, he laughed and said that Tarrega seemed to be in hurry when he composed this measure
Sure!!!! He's well known to be a lazy composer.
By the way, how about Beethoven's 5th symphony: only 4 movements/around 30 minutes? Millions of musicians time playing the same notes!? The guy seemed to be in a hurry too...
Do you think you could re-arranging it? Maybe add a 5th movement?
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Please don't be so polemical!
Regino Sainz de la Maza's teacher Hilarión Leloup was a pupil of Tarrega and had told Regino much about Tarrega.
The wonderful composer Tarrega had really often written many pieces with much haste. After all, works of many years were at his house, even unfinished pieces, and there were also many scores that were issued only after his death. When Tarrega was 50 years old his first book came out, about 7 years before his death.
It is said that Tarrega was very nice and very humorous - not sarcastic as you are.
Best regards, Reza