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This way, the music will sound mechanical, cold, boring. Been at YT and checked out a variety of players doing this piece and none come close. Have you played this piece Robinfw? I think this is a job to those with really extreme virtuosism that can take the risk of a strong interpretation. Classical Guitar Skip to content.

tarrega gran jota – Classical Guitar

For anyone interested they might find this link if it is allowed to be of interest. I never heard of her before.

But for this one I am partial to Kyuhee Park. I guess it’s just my personal preference for deeper music and the daunting tareega of maintaining it every day that led to my abandonment. Forum rules Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason.

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That said, I’d still prefer to learn and listen to the Capricio, but that’s just my bent preference obsessing on heaviness.

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Wow you guys are really fast. Her Barrios is pretty neat too. The same with Koyunbaba.

Though I do have two versions at hand and may look into them some time. I also listened to some not all interpretations of pieces with “greater musical value” forgive my little irony which didn’t appealed to me so much as to listen to tagrega again.

I didn’t actually say it was unmusical did I? But I found accidentally on the Internet an interpretation sorry, I don’t know who performs that I enjoy listening each time.

I am getting good vibrations pun intended from all this – so glad I joined the forum. And finally a tremolo – quite nice if you are still awake to hear it.

I know there is another version by Tarrega of this piece but I don’t have the score to compare. The first version of Sueno that really grabbed my was the one played by Berta Rojas. If it was played by a real fife and drum who would make a fuss about it? It has a nice technical trick that make it sounds like a virtuoso tareega, but it does not have too much musical variety.

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His Capricho Arabe is always in my programme and always has a great impact, likewise Recuerdos when I grsn play it right. The last being Sueno in la floresta. For example, Lie Jie’s Gran Jota is nice, clear, balanced and I totally researched it for like 2 hard hours It isnt all that confusing really.

And it also taerega to be a problem of taste, not everybody likes what I like, nor the other around. Just can’t help it, it’s like a tic.

Random tempo changes, sloppy and unwanted noises because her fingers can’t keep up with the speed. Actually, York’s Sunburst, i think, exhibits that same exhilaration, only a hundred or so year’s later. Look at a Kyuhee Park video and see how her guitar seems so large.