Monthly Archives: September 2013

Tarrega: Capricho Arabe – Drew Henderson

A nice Capricho by Drew Henderson. Takes his time, listens, tastefully varies his touch. Nice.

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Julian Bream Gramophone Interview

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Delpriora: Aubade – Kaori Fujii & Eric Cecil Duo

Nice find by Larry Deack.

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Julian Bream Interview, September 2013

This time with The Guardian.   “There’s nothing sad about not playing any more. The thing I feel a little annoyed about is that I know I’m a better musician than I was at 70, but I can’t prove it.” … Continue reading

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The Chaconne

In 1935, Segovia premiered his milestone transcription of Bach’s Chaconne and vaulted the classical guitar into the realm of “serious” instruments. In 1955, he recorded it. Thanks to Segovia, we classical guitarists feel like we own a little piece of … Continue reading

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