Hi Kevin. I’m a fellow Connecticutian living in the northwest corner. I play in the Hartford Classical Guitar Ensemble.Two other CGCA members are also in HCGE. Check out our Face Book page. We are always looking for new members. If you or Ramesh or any other CT members are interested contact me. I don’t know how many CT members there are, but I w…[Read more]
We are indeed fortunate that Andy has written music accessible to us in Eight Discernments and Denouement. In 2017 he also published Six Easy Pieces and shortly thereafter Six Not So Easy Pieces.The Six Easy Pieces are included on his recent album Home.Speaking of Home, it is also playable. I’ve been working on it for a while, but it is far from…[Read more]
Thanks Martha. I have obtained the score and it looks playable. I’ll add it to my ever-growing list of music to learn.
Enjoyed your interview with Roger. He does such a good job on his podcasts. It makes the Academy even more valuable.
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I received mine two days ago (in CT). In fact, I received two copies – both addressed to me but the shipping slip said the other copy was for Jose in Brooklyn. I remailed it to him. So, Jose, if you are listening your copy is on the way!
Thanks, everyone, for the suggestions. I have played “Snowflight” and “Garden Steps” years ago so maybe I’ll relearn them. I am working on Andrew’s “Home” now but I’m not sure that would be appropriate. “Asturias” is a bit beyond my capability right now. I’ll look at Tariq’s videos and check out the other suggestions.
Great submission Julie! Congrats.
Regarding your next 6 months I’m glad to see you have included Home as a possible new work. I have been working on it for the last couple weeks. It is a beautiful piece and is playable by us mere mortals.
Lots of Andrew York: Home, Equations of Beauty, Land Below Waves(Recently released. Recorded 1990s with Dirk Freymuth).
Also listening to new composers on Classical Guitar Composers Podcast (Thanks Roger R.!)
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