My latest classical guitar video...

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  1. carnada

    carnada Well-Known Member

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    Here I am playing a super old Easter Peruvian baroque anthem! It's originally written for SABT but being the good guitarist that I am, I had no other option but to make a guitar version. It only took about 400 years.



    Enjoy!
     
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    Beautiful. I enjoyed that immensely
     
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    crossroadsnyc Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    It's been fun watching you grow up through the years, dude. We only get little glimpses these days, but I'll take them over nothing. Oh, and you did a wonderful job on that song (I think? I mean, I've never heard it before, but that was really very pretty). Proud of you, man.
     
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    sounds good - too short though...

    we want more! :agreed: :)...

    :applause:
     
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    Great job kid! You really are talented.

    I would love to hear you play some Maiden again.
     
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    It's good.
     
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    Really enjoyed that, thanks for sharing!
     
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    Very clean and nice work
     
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    Vamo' Carnada
     
  11. carnada

    carnada Well-Known Member

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    It's short because unfortunately that's how long the piece is :( I could keep repeating it over and over but I thought people would get tired.

    Thanks, guys! Hopefully, I will soon move somewhere where I will stay forever. I am currently living in Spain and I don't want to buy guitars if I won't be able to move them! I will eventually buy an electric guitar.
     
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    That was dope man, if I play them fancy chords next visit would be to the physio....
     
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    The song is only that long? Man those baroques were fucking lazy
     
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    Nah because then they wrote 400 of these little pieces haha.

    Fantastic playing, technique and overall timbre thru out the piece. Your left hand technique is looking clean and sharp . You just inspired me to set down my electric for a little bit and pick up my classical.
     
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