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I play classical and recently i've found myself going back to it and enjoying playing - but I have to agree that I don't enjoy listening to a cd or going to a classical gig (they seem to call it a recital which is maybe where they are going wrong!). Funny really.
But as something to play with great melodies and technically challenging, for solo playing it is great.
I didn't think that Asturias (leyenda) is a student piece either - it is at least grade 8 and a barstuard to play well.
Check out Edgar Cruz.
In addition to being a master at classical and flamenco styles, he likes to interpret classic rock songs performed "classically"
Trying to see the blue sky, above the rain.
NO, Steve Hackett is yer man for classical AND rock, He doesn't do classical versions of classic rock songs (that's a bit 'Richard Clayderman' , in other words tacky shit) but playing both classical guitar and doing his own awesome rock tunes!!
"They are strings. They reach from one end of the guitar to the other"
Really like most of the Francisco Tarrega studies I have heard like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hsp6dR-fL4A
Matteo Carcassi, Fernando Sor & Mauro Giuliani are some names I remember from old GT mags, worth a look if you wanna hear some different stuff.
Come around to mine. Bring beer, drugs and blank CDs. Let the education begin.
---Gojirosan explains his his teaching methods regarding Dub music.---
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I'd recommend this :
Bach usually appeals to guitarists and this piece builds in intensity so you need to stick with it. If there is anyone on this forum who play this then I doff my cap to you.
664 - The Neighbour of the Beast
Nylon strings are awesome things, especially for single note lead stuff.
"Intelligent design is to evolutionary biology what socialism is to free-market economics."
Lestful guitars in Mag's sale to clear space for new Gassage:- http://forum.musicradar.com/showthre...=1#post1452539
Plenty of bargains to be had.