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Old 02-10-2017, 01:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help find this classical guitar song in this documentary...

Definitely worth a watch on it's own...the song is at 15:26 in.
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Old 02-10-2017, 03:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Surely that's "Winter" from Vivaldi's Four Seasons?
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Old 02-10-2017, 06:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the reply, that was worth a second watch for the playing and the trippy people, that's not it, I'm pretty sure.
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It could be by Matteo Carcassi or Mauro Giuliani, but they had so many guitar pieces I wouldn't know which one.
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If it's out there i'll find it eventually, thanks for the suggestions.
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If it's out there i'll find it eventually, thanks for the suggestions.
That arpeggio looks familiar, as if I heard it, or played it before. I can not remember if it's either an exercise or a peice by a Classical composer transcribed for guitar.

So are you familiar with Matteo Carcassi or Mauro Giuliani?
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It sounds very familiar to me. Tárrega, perhaps?
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(...) a piece by a Classical composer transcribed for guitar.
In that case, it could be from Albéniz or Granados, for instance.
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It sounds very familiar to me. Tárrega, perhaps?

In that case, it could be from Albéniz or Granados, for instance.
It could be anyone really. I was thinking that the song isn't too advance. And since he plays more Jazz than Classical, it could something easy he learned. Usually guitar players remember what they first learn. Fernando Sor is another good possibility. He is known for composing "Studies" for guitar.
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Could it be Fauré's Pavane?


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^Don't think it's that

Had heard of Carcassi not Giuliani. I listened to some of there stuff like preludes and sonatas, didn't come across anything too similar. I thought it was Villa Lobos, I've listened to some Albeniz and a little Granados, have to give Tárrega a listen.
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