Barrios Mini Challenge ✒

Hey tonebuddies! 🎶

We're absolutely stoked to present a community mini-challenge that will surely resonate with all classical guitar aficionados out there - The Agustin Barrios Mangoré Challenge! Inspired by the legendary Paraguayan guitarist and composer's profound contributions to classical guitar literature, we thought what better way to appreciate his music than by bringing it to life through our own renditions! 🎸

🌟 The Challenge: 🌟

We invite you to record and upload a video of yourself performing a composition by the magnificent Agustin Barrios Mangoré. Immerse yourself in the soundscapes of his innovative compositions and share your unique talent, fervor, and technique. Let's unite to celebrate and explore the multi-dimensional world of Barrios Mangoré's guitar music.

📹 How to participate: 📹

Record a video of yourself performing an Agustin Barrios Mangoré composition. Upload your video to your preferred platform (e.g., YouTube, Vimeo, etc.). Share the link to your video in the comments section below. Don't forget to add a brief description about your chosen piece and what makes it special to you.

Bonus Points: Share a link to your favorite Agustin Barrios Mangoré composition performed by a master!

🤝 Interact and engage: 🤝

This is an excellent chance to connect with your fellow tonebuddies! Extend your support by leaving comments, constructive feedback, and appreciation for their performances. Let's encourage each other to delve deeper into the profound and expressive world of Barrios Mangoré's music.

🏆 Reward: 🏆

While there isn't a physical prize, the reward lies in the opportunity to showcase your talent, gain invaluable feedback, and make connections with other guitar enthusiasts who share a love for Barrios Mangoré's music. Who knows? You might even discover a new favorite piece or strike up friendships with fellow enthusiasts!

💡 Need inspiration? 💡

If you're new to Agustin Barrios Mangoré's music, worry not! You can find ample resources and tutorials on tonebase to guide your exploration into his compositions. Let these resources kindle your imagination.

Find more tutorials here:

https://app.tonebase.co/guitar/live?tbModal=composerProfileModal&tbModalSlug=Barrios

🎶 Ready, set, practice! 🎶

We can't wait to hear your beautiful renditions of Agustin Barrios Mangoré's compositions. Let's unite and fully immerse ourselves in the enchanting world of classical guitar!

Happy practicing, tonebuddies! 🎉

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  • Julia Florida is one of my favorite Barrios compositions.  I was inspired to revisit it by Martin's Koblenz Guitar Festival livestreams.  Special thanks to Gabriel Bianco and Lukas Kuropaczewski.

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    • Marilyn Blodget great choice and well played, thanks for sharing!

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    • Eric Phillips Thanks Eric!

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    • Blaise Laflamme Thanks Blaise!

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    • Marilyn Blodget Beatifuuly played .....bravo¡¡

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    • JUAN ALONSO Thank you Juan!

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    • Marilyn Blodget Gorgeous interpretation. Excellent control of dynamics and emotional connection to the music. It's definitely there already.

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    • Giovanni Guillen 

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    • Giovanni Guillen Thank you Giovanni!

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    • Marilyn Blodget so beautiful!

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    • joosje Thanks Joosje!

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      Marilyn Blodget this is my favorite Barrios piece and you played so beautifully. thanks for sharing!

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    • Marilyn Blodget Beautiful!

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    • Fernando Ruiz Diaz Thank you Fernando!

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    of course not perfect yet

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    • Chen Yang Good performance, really clear upper melody line and nice flow throughout.

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    • Chen Yang Beautiful! Thanks for joining in!

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    • Chen Yang Bravo¡¡

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  • I´m posting a Minuet from Barrios, for sure its not one of his best known pieces , but still interesting....I hope you enjoy it🙂

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    • JUAN ALONSO I have never heard this before. He seems to be imitating an earlier style, but throwing in some more modern touches. Thanks so much for sharing it!

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    • Eric Phillips Thanks Eric

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