Category Archives: Bach

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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Baroque Ukulele – Samantha Muir

Nothing’s perfect? I used to think so…. . Samantha says: I recently read that the Ukulele is the happiest instrument in the world so I wanted to share some happiness! For those of you who are used to me playing … Continue reading

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Bach: Chaconne – Kuang Jun Hong

He’s only 12 or 13 here….

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The Torban

The torban is a sort of Ukrainian theorbo, according to Wikipedia: The torban (also teorban or Ukrainian theorbo) is a Ukrainian musical instrument that combines the features of the Baroque Lute with those of the psaltery. The Тorban differs from … Continue reading

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Bach: Rondo from Partita No.2 in C minor, BWV 826

It’s always a treat to see another Roman Gurochkin classical guitar video.

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