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post Feb 10 2014, 06:34 PM
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This sounds pretty wicked. It's like a Cuban Bolero raped a Spanish Fandaguillo. I found a tab on classtab.org, but it pretty tough to play. It's by a great Cuban guitarist Leo Brouwer.


Sonata, Movement 3, La Toccata de Pasquini - Leo Brouwer (1939-)

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post Feb 11 2014, 12:35 PM
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He is awesome! I didn't know this guitarist. I found this version from Piazzolla's composition:



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post Feb 11 2014, 06:31 PM
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[quote name='Gabriel Leopardi' date='Feb 11 2014, 03:35 AM' post='674455']
He is awesome! I didn't know this guitarist. I found this version from Piazzolla's composition:


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I love that piece. It was written after Piazzolla's wife died. It was actually the first song that made me appreciate Piazzolla. I have the music for it, and I've actually played it before. It hard, but not super difficult to play. The hard part is getting that intense Argentine Tango rhythm. If you like that; you'll probably like these two Piazzolla pieces Verano Porteño, and Primavera Porteña. Verano Porteño isn't too difficult to play, but Primavera Porteña is really challenging. It's funny, because it sounds like it would be easier. I never knew Porteño was a nickname for the people of Buenos Aires till I went there a few years ago. Love Parilla and Pizza.lol. The second two clip is played by Baltazar Benitez; who was a protege of Piazzolla. He lives in Buenos Aires, you ought to look him up someday.

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