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Ricardo

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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Grisha

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ORIGINAL: Grisha

Here is a product of a few hours. Do you think it has any merit?



ah, needs more picado. And more soniquete....eat some spanish food. And it's a little too much techniques with no feeling...and it sounds too classical. But overall nice tangos.

Just kidding man, it's good stuff!!!
Especially like the little C# part with the open D string trill, nice.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 7 2012 13:37:38
 
Elie

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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Ricardo

Ole Grisha !! very enjoyable falseta I love it

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 7 2012 13:41:16
 
bursche

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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Grisha

When I spend my year studying economics in Germany I mostly practice for myself.
I hold a solid tecnical level but have the same feeling of lacking musical emotion that you describe. That's when I have to take some time off each year to visit the guys in spain and to play the music in the social environment where it belongs to.

As Riqueni said: you have to dive into the juergas. A bottle of whisky and your buddies...

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 7 2012 13:59:59
 
Azogar

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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Ricardo

Very beautiful falseta, Grisha!

I really like it :)

Best wishes for your hands, your mind and specially for YOU :)
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 7 2012 22:09:56
 
NenadK

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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Ricardo

I was going to reply to this thread earlier but everything I was going to say was said already. I think composing more and trying to play with other flamenco's might help you get out of your rut.

I think the clip you posted shows this quite well. Honestly, I think it's amazing man!

Either way, good luck Grisha.

Nenad K.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 7 2012 23:25:12
 
keith

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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Ricardo

grisha--i think the wise adage of making something "your own" is appropo here. you made that piece your own and from that piece a thousand other pieces can result. have fun--and have fun writing your dissertation. i can still recall way back in the day writing my master's thesis--it can be a royal pain so keep the guitar handy to vacation away from the keyboard.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 8 2012 10:34:10
 
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RE: Practice and Musicality (in reply to Grisha

I enjoyed the whole thing very much Grisha especially from :02 to :010. That was beautiful! Very nice use of that open G string.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 8 2012 16:38:04
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