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21-30 of 51 videos of music composed by Fernando Sor

Fernando Sor Opus 35 No. 22
Fernando Sor Opus 35 No. 22 My favorite Sor piece. B minor study
Fernando Sor Estudio 5 Segovia
Fernando Sor Estudio 5 Segovia I am self taught so please bear with me ( this piece ). Honest opinions appreciated.
Fernando Sor: Etude Op 6 No 11
Fernando Sor: Etude Op 6 No 11 Fernando Sor: Etude Op 6 No 11. Study No. 17. Played by me, Samantha Muir. Photos by Josie Elias. Almond blossom time is one of my favourite times of the year and this is one of my favourite Sor pieces. Some of the photos were taken just yesterday! Hope you enjoy! This track is now available to download on iTunes itunes.apple.com for more info about me go to: www.samanthamuir.com www.josieelias.com
F. Sor Study b-minor op. 35 nr 22 guitar & strings- Boris Bagger
F. Sor Study b-minor op. 35 nr 22 guitar & strings- Boris Bagger Fernando Sor (1778-1839), Study in b-minor, op. 35, 22 for the first time as an arrangement with guitar and strings, played by Prof. Boris Björn Bagger, (he is teaching guitar at the University of Music in Karlsruhe / Germany, www.hfm-karlsruhe.de ) http arranged for guitar and strings by Valdo Preema, www.edition49.de conducted by Hendrik Vestmann, Chamber Orchestra from Estonia, sheet music and CD available here: www.edition49.de The CD Winter Classics is sold more than 50 000 times. More titles from this CD you can hear here www.borisbagger.de Musikhochschule Karlsruhe
Study in D
Study in D Me playing Study in D by Fernando Sors (1780-1839). This is my first classical guitar piece I've ever played...so don't be too harsh. I recorded this video when I was 16. "Like" my page Meghan the Metal Queen on facebook to get in touch with me please! Thank you for watching and please comment and subscribe!!! Add me at facebook please if you'd like! It's the best way to get in touch with me. I have a page called Meghan the Metal Queen.
Andrés Segovia - Sor: Variations sur un thème de Mozart
Andrés Segovia - Sor: Variations sur un thème de Mozart Fernando Sor - Variations On A Theme From WA Mozart, Opus 9 Played by Andrés Segovia (1893-1987)
Study in C, Op. 6 No. 8 by Fernando Sor
Study in C, Op. 6 No. 8 by Fernando Sor I am reviving my guitar playing after many years of neglect, and figured I would start at the "beginning" with this, perhaps the most well know study by Fernando Sor, made famous by Andrés Segovia.
William Bajzek plays Three Sor Studies on Classical Guitar
William Bajzek plays Three Sor Studies on Classical Guitar I'm planning to make a series of videos between now and the end of April, in which I work on a short piece for a day and then film&post it. My main focus will be on musicality, but I have a few other goals: 1) Learn to pull together pieces and interpretations more quickly 2) Produce a demo cd to send to senior centers and other gig venues 3) Watch my movements, facial expressions, etc, and learn what I can from them 4) Get more comfortable with recording. I'm coming out of two weeks with flu & bronchitis, and haven't played much recently. I was just sight-reading these, although I have worked on them in the past. Still, I'm fairly pleased with how these performances turned out, so I decided to make this public for now. I will probably take this down eventually because I want to rerecord the Opus 44 pieces as part of different groupings and with more preparation. Here are three studies by Fernando Sor: Opus 44, no 11 Opus 44, no 9 Opus 31, no 4 I've been trying to come up with a good recording method. I used my MacBook's built-in iSight for video and my Edirol R-09HR as the audio source. I then imported into Garageband and added a bit of reverb. I wanted to upload a large-size movie file so the audio wouldn't get downgraded too much. Obviously, it didn't come out great because I've been stretched! I'm not sure why that happened, but it's probably my fault. I don't feel like fixing this one but I'll try to avoid that next time. A benefit of this method is that I can record ...
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