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13 Jun 2009
I would ask Kosei Kubota (Classical Guitar) Instructor, but does not appear to be active in his ask intructor forum... is anyone interested to making or is there a GMC lesson on Mason Williams Classical Gas? Thanks
21 May 2009
I don't get it. I search for Recuerdos dela Alhambra on this site and is not found. However if I go to google and search I find the lesson.
21 May 2009
Kosei, nice piece you prepared. I would like to learn the version Michael Chapdelaine did cause it sounds like that version is playing more parts and is much longer than what you have prepared. Is this his own version? I am going to get the piano sheet music and want to play the entire composition. Any word or advise.


Update: I think I found what I was looking for when I searched Maria (Ava)

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"So, I am breaking up this piece into 3 lessons. This main video only shows one third of the piece. It stops at a strange place, but please wait for two more upcoming lessons for the rest of the piece. This piece is from Bach's Well Tempered Clavier. The Well Tempered Clavier consists of 24 Preludes and Fugues in every possible key, and this is the first one in C major."

This sounds like what Michael Chapdelaine did and posted on youtube.


I just joined up Kosei. Have you or are you working on the other 2 lessons. Thanks man, for doing this long piece for us.
21 May 2009
Nice site. I have not had a chance to check out things in more detail but liked what I saw so purchased an entire year. Going to start with Bach prelude 846. That should keep me busy for awhile. Then attempt Recuerdos dela Alhambra. Those two pieces are just about the most beautiful that I have heard. Thanks to all.
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