I know, it has nothing to do with piano and so may be it´s not the right place to put this thread on a site called "pianosociety". But since here are also some threads of a more private character, I have thought, may be there is someone, who likes also guitar-recordings, and I have an opportunity to picture myself as a (minor) guitarist to my friends here.
Guitar is only my second instrument. I had to study it as a minor at university, because every music-high-school-teacher has to study two instruments here. (Guess, what was my main-instrument?! The fiddle?
)But it was my first instrument, I have started to learn in the age of seven. Piano I started to learn only with 12 years. Actually I´m not practising too much on guitar, but spend nearly all my time to practise piano. But now it came, that my mother wished some guitar-pieces played by me for her birthday tomorrow. So, I thought, it would be a good practise-possibility and an interesting experience to do some guitar-recordings (also from the editing-view). So, I have learned really a lot by doing them.
I´m playing three pieces on youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sh3nHm6 ... annel_page
(good old Bach, Bourée from the suite for lute, e-minor, BWV 996)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT5gITIu ... annel_page
(Leo Brower, Simple Etudes- Estudios Sencillos, Nr. 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hC9EYnm- ... annel_page
(John Dowland, "Come again")
(So, Chris, refering to your last pm, I have to say, that there are no hot folk-rhythms for you, alas!
Though the piece of Leo Brower has some typical latin-rhythms like 3+3+2 and variations of them. )
I´m very interested in your comments.