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post Feb 18 2014, 09:55 AM
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Hey Cosmin I know you like Mozart. I found this piece played on guitar by Julian Bream. Unfortunantly the solo guitar sheet music is out of print, but it's a great piece. Check it out.

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Very nice man! Thank you for sharing!



This is my favorite smile.gif


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 18 2014, 11:06 PM) *
Very nice man! Thank you for sharing!



This is my favorite smile.gif

Great choice. That's a tough piece to play. William Kaeingeiser is a great guitarist. He was part of the original Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. He actually played this piece in the movie Crossroads. He's also the one who originally transcribed Rondo Alla Turca for guitar.
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I had no clue! biggrin.gif I picked him because it felt like the sturdiest and most well rounded performance smile.gif

We are talking about THE Crossroads movie, right? That one with Steve Vai and Ralph Machio?


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post Feb 20 2014, 08:47 AM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 19 2014, 11:28 PM) *
I had no clue! biggrin.gif I picked him because it felt like the sturdiest and most well rounded performance smile.gif

We are talking about THE Crossroads movie, right? That one with Steve Vai and Ralph Machio?

That's the one. Steve Vai of course played the electric guitar part. (Ralph Macchio could never really go toe to toe with Steve Vai) You should do some cool lesson with the Paganini Caprices someday.
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I should, right? biggrin.gif There so much to learn and so little time man... Pff, sometimes I find myself thinking - ok, mate, now what's next? I am a very curious person by nature and I think I might need at least 6 hrs a day to study all I want. But the funny thing is - if I had those 6 hours, I would probably fritter them away laugh.gif Isn't it ironic?


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Feb 20 2014, 10:59 AM) *
I should, right? biggrin.gif There so much to learn and so little time man... Pff, sometimes I find myself thinking - ok, mate, now what's next? I am a very curious person by nature and I think I might need at least 6 hrs a day to study all I want. But the funny thing is - if I had those 6 hours, I would probably fritter them away laugh.gif Isn't it ironic?


That seems to be how it works at times. I have all the time in the world, but never get too much done.

I would love to see some Caprices and other classical pieces on here for electrical guitar.



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I like this version better - but, I really can't put my finger on it, who was the one recording this actually? smile.gif



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