@mkreipkeactive 1 hour, 28 minutes ago
Grade 6 submission
This month I completed my second year as a participant in the Classical Guitar Corner Academy and the experience (and the increased level of my own playing) has exceeded my expectations. I started with Level 1 material. Even though I started lessons in classical guitar as a teen-ager (and then stopped for 40 years!), CGCA…[Read more]
Drew – You look and sound so calm and this sounds beautiful – not what I think of as Orange but more from the blue tones. I think of orange as angry and raging. More like the deadly forest fires on California. (But, of course, I am not the composer.)
I look forward to your sharing the other five colours.
Francis – Take care. You will resume when and how you can. It can be challenging to get your strength back, even when you are not in your 90’s. Under circumstances like yours I tend pick up my guitar to relax and distract.
A European location sounds great. We just need to be aware that US Citizens will need a VISA to visit Europe starting 2021.
Thank you, Simon, for your quick response.
I was wondering how you would have been able to include the modern compositions – but it was nice to hope for it for a few minutes on a rainy Saturday morning.
The posting on Amazon does not include the table of contents at this time.
Does the book contain the newly added repertoire options that are not in the public domain?
The reference for “In Search of Chopin” is much appreciated. I started watching it today and am impressed about how much information they present. (I mostly limit my viewing of films to my time on the treadmill – it is my reward – so it will take me more than one session to get through it.)
David – I look forward to hearing about your Master Class experience. Congratulations for applying and being accepted. Sons de Carrillohes is such a charming piece and it offers lots of opportunities for suggestions from the Master.
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