Capricho Arabe Francisco Tarrega
- Classical music composed by Francisco Tárrega Francisco Tarrega (1852-1909) A Famous piece by the greatest classical guitar composer of the 19th century.
Julian Bream - Francesco Tarrega's Capricho Arabe Capricho Arabe from Francesco Tarrega performed by one of the greatest classical guitarist ever Julian Bream.
Francisco Tarrega - Capricho Arabe by Andrés Segovia Classical Guitar
Capricho Árabe Tárrega Masakazu Ito Tarrega Arabe Classical Guitar This is the trailer for the first volume in Masakazu Ito's "My Repertoire" video series. In Volume I, Masa performs "Capricho Árabe" by Francisco Tárrega, followed by extensive analysis in a master class setting. Do you want to play Capricho Árabe well? Are you questioning your effectiveness, especially in the difficult passages? Would you make faster progress with expert guidance? If so, this essential volume belongs in your library. The master class includes 70 minutes of comprehensive, insightful instruction. Masa carefully examines every part of Tárrega's famous composition, measure by measure. Follow his musical analysis effortlessly using the interactive score above his shoulder. Focus is placed on isolation strategies and other learning techniques all students benefit from, regardless of level. Masa emphasizes the fundamental importance of playing in time, teaching proper tempo rubato. Much attention is given to interpreting Tárrega's intentions, particularly in the challenging passages, on fingering, shifts and other techniques needed to play Capricho Árabe successfully. Masakazu Ito is recognized as one of today's top guitarists, acclaimed by musicians, composers, conductors and critics for his mastery of the instrument and its repertoire. Ito is an international performer, teacher, composer and recording artist. He currently holds a teaching position at the University of Denver's Lamont School of Music, where he received a master's degree under the guidance of <b>...</b>
Francisco Tarrega - Capricho Arabe Visit my website! www.rick-graham.co.uk A beautiful piece written for the guitar by the spanish composer/guitarist Francisco Tarrega
Daniel Gortler - Arabeske in C major, Op. 18 (R. Schumann) This recording of selected piano works by Robert Schumann was conceived as a tribute to the composer on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth Arabeske in C major, Op. 18 (Romeo Records, NY) R. Schumann 2 CDs Album, Romeo (NEW) . International Record Review,Britain February 2011 Edition The Israeli pianist Daniel Gortler has been performing to steady international acclaim since winning third prize in the Geneva Competition in 1984. His recordings include the complete Mendelssohn Songs Without Words as well as a collection of Schubert songs with soprano Sharon-Rostorf Zamir (both for Romeo Records). In the present two-disc Schumann set, which is my introduction to his playing, he reveals a high level of technical refinement and-more importantly- a distinctive musical personality. In this over-familiar repertoire, which sometimes invites interpretative extremes, he wins by playing simply and directly. This is not to say that he plays without color and imagination, for these are in abundance, but rather to say that at no moment does he let his pianism draw our attention away from the music. He seems to deliver the letter as well as the spirit of these scores in a way that is rare among younger pianists. It is especially refreshing to hear such musicality applied to Op. 13, a work that is often played mainly as a technical tour de force but that is here treated as a set of subtle character variations. The scherzando qualities of Variations 3 and 4 are perfectly <b>...</b>
Francisco Tarrega - La Alborada Daniele Magli plays La Alborada-capricho by Francisco Tarrega from the series "Obras Postumas Escogidas para Guitarra" published in Spain ca.1908.This beautiful piece it's fantastic to learn harmonics,artificial Harmonics and other tips. Visit my free web site with best guitar videos, guitar tabs, sheet music and tips about classical guitar technique : www.classicalguitarvideo.com
Gabriel Bianco - Classical Guitar- Francisco Tárrega: María 12-year-old Gabriel Bianco performs Francisco Tárrega's "María" for the classical guitar on Mezzo's "Musiciens en herbe." At the time of recording in July 2000, Gabriel was studying under Ramon de Herrera from the Conservatoire National de Région de Paris. Nowadays Gabriel is still actively playing the classical guitar, participating in competitions and creation of contemporary works, as you can read more about on his website: www.gabrielbianco.com
Estudio Brillante (Francisco Tárrega)_21, Classical Guitar Study FREE sheet music download, www.joeno1.net contact Joe, www.joeno1.net This is a practice recording on September 18th, 2009. I re-arrange the fingering every time I pick up this study. This time I changed quite a lot. I feel good about it. It works better for me. It looks so easy by watching the video. Check my blog for more detail, Donate: j.mp
Milos The Guitar: Tarrega Recuerdos De La Alhambra Listen to Tarrega Recuerdos De La Alhambra from Milos's debut album The Guitar and hear from Milos himself afterwards. Get a free track from Milos www.milosguitar.co.uk Order from Amazon (UK): amzn.to iTunes: bit.ly HMV (UK): bit.ly Play.com (UK): bit.ly iTunesLP: bit.ly Introducing the debut album from classical guitarist Miloš Karadaglic Born in the small Balkan state of Montenegro, Miloš's love-affair with the guitar began when he was eight, when his father played him a recording of Segovia making magic with Albeniz's 'Asturias'. Armed with the family's dusty old guitar, Miloš enrolled at a specialist music school, where in six months he learned all its teachers had to impart. He gave his first public performance at nine, entered (and won) his first national competition at eleven, on the same day won a singing competition in his home town. He became a star performer on television and radio, took guitar master-classes in Belgrade, and then, shortly after the end of the Balkan war, decided to try for a scholarship at London's Royal Academy... Miloš's choices of solo repertoire as well as music for guitar and orchestra are guaranteed to appeal to all lovers of guitar, classical and non-classical alike. Find out more: www.milosguitar.co.uk http www.youtube.com