Welcome to tonebase!

Hey everyone - this is Igor from tonebase 🙂!

 

It's such a pleasure to welcome you as one of the founding members of the tonebase community. Please introduce yourself in a post below with the following format: 

  • Where are you from and what's your favorite food from there? ;) 
  • What are you currently working on? 
  • What are you hoping to get out of this community? 

I'll go first: 

  • While it's hard to pinpoint where exactly I'm from, lol, I just go with Bavaria Germany, and as favorite food, I'd choose Beer (surprise, surprise - closely followed by "Schweinshaxe" - Bavarian Pork-knuckle, which is quite delicious, but sooo heavy that it feels weird calling it favorite food) 
  • Trying to keep my Aranjuez in the fingers, even though certainly don't have that much time to practice as during college days... 
  • I hope we can facilitate authentic and interesting discussions around playing, learning, teaching, performing the guitar as well as all adjacent topics like concert prep, professional development, auditioning etc... 

Now over to you (after some participation from our tonebase team members!) 
 

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  • Hi all! Erin from tonebase here! 

    • I'm from Northern California and my favorite hometown food would have to be the tacos from a truck called "El Granero No. 3"
    • Currently working on some Robert de Visée and getting my practice schedule to be more consistent again.
    • I hope to find some social motivation here! It's tough staying creative while being stuck at home and I'd love to learn how everyone else is staying inspired 😀
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      Erin I love that Erin! It sounds like me…trying to find the motivation and inspiration here!

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  • Hey all! Excited for the community section!

    • I'm from CT originally, currently living in Los Angeles, CA. Right now I'm missing all the East Coast seafood like lobster rolls and chowders 😩
    • Currently I'm working on a Hindemith cello sonata arrangement (Op. 25 No. 3)
    • Hoping to chat about interesting repertoire, what are some hidden gems that people are out there playing? 
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  • Hey everyone - This is Abhi, one of the other co-founders of tonebase 🙌! Really excited to be launching community and to get to know all of you better.

    Answers:

    • Like Igor, that question is a wild one for me but the easiest answer is from around Minneapolis, Minnesota! Favorite food from home... Lutefisk of course. Just kidding - no one I know eats that - but it'd have to be Sweet Martha's cookies at the State Fair.
    • I'm working on picking the rust off my steel string guitar and actually learning how to play... but as a lapsed pianist the last piece I worked on was River Flows In You (yes... I know... I was a teenager and was trying to impress a certain someone... sigh)
    • Really excited to get to know all the awesome tonebase members better and to build something really useful for the Guitar community.

    Cheers!
    Abhi

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      Abhi Nayar I am originally from Bayport/Stillwater and I DID eat Lutefisk while my grand dad was alive. When he passed away no one was interested. But I do still make and eat Lefsa!! Ya have to if your a Norske!  Stay warm.

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  • Howdy! 🤠 Chris from tonebase here. Looking forward to meeting all of you that make up our amazing guitar community!

    • Like Abhi, I'm originally from Minnesota. I moved out to Los Angeles in 2011 (wow...) to study guitar at USC, so I pretty much consider myself an Angeleno at this point. However, whenever I go back to MN to visit family, I always try to seek out some fresh caught fish (preferably walleye) from one of our many lakes!
    • I've always enjoyed writing my own music on guitar and find myself doing more and more of that these days. I rarely write my "ditties" down, so they usually escape back into the ether, but now and then when I find something I really like, I'll quickly jot it down or make a recording.
    • I would love to get tips on how members of this community have fit practicing guitar into their lives. Ever since graduating from college, I've struggled to keep a consistent practice routine but would love to know how others have been able to successfully do so.
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  • Hello everyone! 👋 I'm a designer here at tonebase and I look forward to hearing from all of you!

    • I'm from Washington, DC and grew up in Maryland so I love blue crabs in any form. I would probably eat a crab cupcake if I could find one. But I'm also a huge fan of the half-smokes found in the DC area.
    • I'm currently working on improving my musicianship (I'm definitely what you would call a 'beginner' despite a few years of studying the cello in my youth) and working toward my goal of reading 40 books this year. I love reading so let me know if you have any good recommendations, especially narrative non-fiction!
    • I'm hoping to get to know all of our lovely tonebase users better. You'll probably be hearing from me here when we test some of the exciting new features we're working on. 🙂
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      Liz Dollmeyer 

      Hi Liz,

      I'm from the DC area too!  

      You've probably already heard/read these books, but here are a few that come to mind that might be of interest...
      Peak by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool

      Rapt by Winifred Gallagher

      Practicing: A Musician's Return to Music by Glenn Kurtz

      Nice to meet you!

      Kari

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    • Liz Dollmeyer I'm a software product manager by day and work with UX designers, so I'm happy to provide you feedback whenever you want.

       

      One thought - I find myself often having to repeat parts of a video - I rarely watch a lesson all the way through since that is quite overwhelming, or I just miss some point or want to look at the fingering closer. So "back" and "forward" embedded buttons would be quite useful - maybe 30 seconds at a time. I realize maybe you are relying on the YouTube player or something, but just wanted to share.

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    • Kari Nice! Whereabouts in the area? Those sound really interesting, particularly Practicing. I love reading about people's journeys. :) 

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    • Rajesh Puranik I'll take you up on that offer! And that's a great suggestion -- we're actually implementing that feature in the next version of our player. It's currently in development so stay tuned. :)

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      Liz Dollmeyer 

      Hi Liz,

      People's journey can be quite inspiring.   Hipe you enjoy the book.

      My family lives near University of Maryland. I've been actively learning the classical guitar for three years.  Its been a fun and an engaging hobby.

      It's nice to meet you,

      Kari

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  • Hey everyone, Spencer from tonebase here 👋 I'm excited to get to know everyone and see our community come to life! A little about me: 

    • I'm originally from the Bay Area in Northern California, but currently live in Los Angeles. Down here in LA my favorite thing is Persian food! My wife's side of family is Persian and the food is amaaaazing. Whenever I'm back home though I always make sure to get some ramen
    • Like Abhi, I'm also a lapsed musician :) I grew up playing the guitar and piano, but I'm sad to say it's been a while! Music, and guitar, has always been a huge part of my life though, which is why I love what tonebase is all about
    • I hope we can create a community that you find useful and interesting! I'd also love to learn more about what ya'll are working on, what you want to accomplish, and how we can make tonebase even more useful for you

    Looking forward to getting to know ya'll better

     

    Best,

    Spencer

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  • Hello everyone!

    Nice to meet you all, my name is Patrick and I'm one of the software engineers here at tonebase!

    - I'm originally from Sarasota, Florida and my favorite food from my hometown are freshly caught fried shrimp with tartar sauce. 

    - I'm currently working on making sure these forums are working without any software bugs ;)

    - I'm hoping this community will be a great place for musicians to find other musicians. I want musicians who are stuck in quarantine to have a place to converse with others and help each other become better musicians. Most of all, I hope people who join this community develop a great sense of belonging and create friendships with other fellow musicians!

    Fun facts about me: 

    - I'm very into making electronic music
    - I'm also a classical guitarist :)
    - I also play cello, and a little bit of classical piano too 
    - I drink way too much coffee (its a problem)

    If there are any issues with the community please feel free to reach out to [email protected]. I'll probably be one of the main people working to resolve whatever issues are encountered :)

    Hope you all enjoy! 


    - Patrick

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  • Hi everybody

    It's a pleasure to meet all of you. My name is Liamna Pestana, originally from Cuba but currently living in Syracuse, NY. My favorite food is chicken with rice.

    2. Right now I am working in a small recital for Syracuse University and also reworking the Concerto in A from Mauro Giuliani.

    3. I hope we can be able to share, to ask and to learn from each other.

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  • Hello, 

    Its great to meet the Tonebase gang.  My name is Bill. I'm originally from the USA but have lived on Koh Samui in Thailand for a long time.  My favorite food is Somtum (Green Papaya Salad) with hot off the grill chicken, easy to find here!

    I'm working on a few pieces including Asturias (I know but its new for me:) The Black Cockatoo and Danza Brasliera.  

    I hope to share ideas for repertoire, learning and performing.  

     

    Best regards,

    Bill

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      William Greeting from the tonebase "gang" :) Stay tuned for the Asturias: None less than the great Ana Vidovic Just recorded a tutorial for us on the Asturias - it's gonna be great! :) 

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    • William the black kockatoo is great fun  I heard it first time from Stephanie Jones 

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    • I am from Oslo, Norway. Favourite food , reindeer or trout
    • Working with the preludes of Villa-Lobos
    • I hope to learn more on how to make the guitar sing mor, get more music out of it
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      Sverre Varvin Getting the guitar to sing is a life-long journey for sure.. Speaking of Villa-Lobos 3, have you seen Isaac Bustos's lesson on it? I really like it! 

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  • hi everyone, I'm Jonny from London UK.  I'm currently trying to get a bit healthier physically and musically, I am working on some grade 8 ish pieces. From the site, I've been working through some lessons on the Guilliani right-hand exercises.  Hope you're all doing well out there. 

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      jonny welcome to the site jonny! :) Just curious, what are some of the pieces grade 8 that you're working on? 

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    • I was born in Spain but grew up in the UK. I would have to choose Spanish tapas as my favourite food as British food is terrible on the whole although I’m quite partial to traditional fish and chips. The beer however is fantastic, especially in the north of England where I live.
    • I’m working on a few pieces right now. Bach 998 prelude, RDLA, Capricho Arabe, La Catedral, Villa Lobos etudes 1 and 7, Homenaje by De Falla.
    • I’m hoping to interact with other guitar lovers as it’s more difficult now with very few live events happening. I’ve been really enjoying all the Tonebase live stuff.
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      Jaime I'm currently located in Budapest, Hungary, and identified a couple Tapas bars here... after having dinner there realized, that I keep the tapas for next time I'm in Madrid, Avila, Sevilla, Malaga, or Huelva! ;) So I can only imagine how hard it is to find good tapas in Northern UK (If at all...?)  

      We're having a great tutorial on the Catedral coming up with the amazing Tal Hurwitz... as your currently working on Villa Lobos, check out his tutorial on the No.2 in case you haven't :) 
      Cheers! 

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      igor Yes I know what you mean! Outside of London it's difficult to find good tapas and even there it's nowhere near as good as in Spain, as well as being far more expensive!

       

      Looking forward to the tutorial on La Catedral. Tal is an amazing player. His lesson on VL No.2 is one of my favourites. That reminds me I need to take another look at that lesson as I haven't played it for a while. 

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  • From Iceland so  I do love fish but lamb is also delicious. Tonebase is like a candy shop, so guess I´m in too much, however working seriously on Torroba Sonatina by great teaching from Irena Kulikova. I would like to stabilize my daily practice I do have about four hours of practice time and I would like to maximize my efforts to play better. 

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      Valdimar Thorsteinsson Welcome to the candy shop! :) Check out our thread on practice habits in the "general discussion" section, where we talk about that exactly! :)

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  • Hello!! That's really nice! 

    • I'm from Brazil, and I think everything that involves Pasta sounds good. :)
    • Still a beginner here, so I'm trying to make Lagrima sound better now. 
    • As a beginner without a teacher, almost anything will be useful to me. One really nice feature would be to have a place to publish recordings so I can have feedback from more advanced players.

    P.S: The Workshops the Mircea are REALLY helpful to me, thank you very much!

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      Walter Great to hear you're enjoying Mircea 's workshops! :) There's much more to follow, and stay tuned for the video community we'll be launching shortly to create a place for our members to post their videos / performances for feedback. 

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  • Hi all Derek from Kendal in the North West of England my favourite food is whatever is on my plate - Cumberland Sausage is the local speciality but I'd also go for beer - especially Bavarian a nice glass of Weihenstephaner would be nice right now!

     

    I'm working on a few pieces - Barrios, Arabic Caprice, Recuerdo etc but you keep putting new lessons on so I get distracted - so now working through Sons de Carrillhoes and  Milonga by Cardoso with Stephanie Jones!

     

    It would be nice to see what other people are doing and perhaps sharing problems and solutions!

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      Derek Seems like our release schedule has a distracting effect on you! 😥 I usually don't say this, but maybe 2-3 weeks off tonebase to really focus on the piece at hand..  :) 

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  • I’m an intermediate enthusiast and have been playing for over 50 years. Mostly pop rock for the first half until I discovered the beautiful classical repertoire. The last 3 years I’ve built built 6 classical guitars and playing them brings a whole new level to enjoying the instrument. 
    Living in Vermont I need to shoutout for anything containing maple syrup !

     

    I’ve been working on Bach (Bouree and prelude to cello suite), Scarlatti Sonata in A,  Brower Decameron and some Barrios. 
     

    It will be great to share ideas about practice and interesting repertoire. Maybe I can even convince someone to build their own guitar!

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      Terrell This is so fascinating you've built your own guitars... doesn't happen that often...  wow! Where did you get inspiration from? 

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  • Hi all !

     

    This is David, I'm Spain and I live close to Barcelona.

     

    • I'm just trying to catch-up from where I left the music and guitar studies 35 years ago.
    • I'm starting from the begining trying to avoid bad habits and my last piece was Bach's bourree in e-minor 996... next... I don't know where my fingers will take me :)
    • Hope to find help to continue in this path that I hope that this time will not be interrupted... by trying to combine different approaches to the guitar, including but not limited to the classical one... and help if I can .... but honestly I don't know how to !
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      David Gimenez Welcome! Barcelona is one of my favorite places in the world! :) I hope you're doing well and are being safe! Best, Igor

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    • Peter here; born in Winnipeg, now living in Saskatchewan, Canada. Favourite food would be Granny's Bitter (beer) from Bushwakker. Perhaps some Pickerel (fish) to go with it....
    • Working (very slowly) on Tansman's Passacaille.
    • I am not sure what I hope for from the community.
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      Peter Welcome! Wow, that Passacaille is a chunk of work... good luck with that! 

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    • I am from the Greater Kansas City Metro area. The land of the Great OZ. My favorite food are tacos, and tamales come in second. There are so many delicious Mexican restaurants here it hard to decide which one to go to. 
    • I am a beginner and working on Romanza.  I see so many different scores of it. I keep wondering which one to learn, but I saw the one on tone base and which I will learn. I love the sound of the guitar, a matter of fact I enjoy music so much. 
    • I hope to see some progress one day.  So far I do see some progress but I like to at least be able control my enthusiasm when I do play several bars. Perhaps, soon I will be able to complete one page of bars without a mistake.
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      Ricardo Leaños Big welcome!  :) Try working slowly through the pieces, bar by bar until you really feel comfortable on all changes, RH patterns, LH fingerins etc... Are you finding the lesson on the Romanza helpful so far? 

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      Ricardo Leaños Hello Ricardo. I am just a few hours north of you. in Iowa.  If you can find the Julio S Sagreras guitar method book no. one. His Lesson # 84 goes perfectly with Romanza. It's just another variation of it. If you can somehow get me your email I'd be glad to send it to you.

      Blessings  Eric

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      igor Eric  again. Attaching Lesson # 84.   I hope!

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  • Hi everyone. I am Eric.

    • I'm from Rochester, New York (USA). We are known for something called "garbage plates" (don't ask) as well as a brand of hot dogs called Zweigle's (which are pretty good as far as hot dogs go). If I had my choice, though, I'd take a plate of spaghetti in clam sauce.
    • I am an amateur firmly in the intermediate level, so I find myself gravitating toward the studies the most these days. Sor is my clear favorite (of course), but recently I'm really enjoying getting into a few of Coste's Etudes de Genre (Op. 38).
    • I guess right now  I'd love to find motivation and insight from others. I am a full-time high school teacher, which is really stressful right about now, and I'm finding serious practice almost impossible at this time. When I do get a few minutes to pick up the guitar, I just feel like relaxing and playing something familiar and beautiful. Maybe this community could give me impetus to dig in more.
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      Eric Welcome! I hope this community will give you more inspiration to dig deeper in your musical practice? Have you participated in our LIVE events yet? those could be helpful to improve the depth of your practice schedule as we're discussing a number of technical exercises in them! 

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      Eric Phillips I teach high school full time, too, and I find that I am able to fit in 45-60 minutes a day, mainly because my children have all grown up and I have a space for it. I find the focus on guitar is relaxing, even if I'm new to it. It's certainly more fun to play by myself than the bass. :)

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    • Matthew Brown Hi Matthew. Yeah, I wrote this last winter, when the classroom situation was really crazy here, and I had almost no free time. Things are a bit better now, and I am able to practice most days. Unfortunately, I still have two teenagers at home, so they keep me busy (but at east I'm not changing diapers). Guitar is definitely my stress relief and therapy! I hope you like Tonebase.

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      Eric Phillips I'm glad things at school are calmer. So far I am enjoying the lessons -- Ms. Jones' dive into a Brazilian choro is fascinating.

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    • Matthew Brown Yes, I think that was in her lesson on Sons de Carrilhoes. Her lessons are very approachable.

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  • Hi my name is Vilio Celli. I have been playing classical guitar since I was 15 for over 50 years but not professionally. I was born in Italy but have lived in Canada most of my life. I love any Italian food. My favourite composers are Giuliani, Tárrega and Legnani. I recently joined tonebase and especially like the live sessions.

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      Vilio Celli Welcome! Glad to hear you're enjoying the LIVE sessions! We have a number of tutorials on Legnani, Tarrega and Guiliani, have you found anything interesting yet?

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    • igor 

      hi Igor yes I have been watching some lessons. I especially liked Thomas Viloteau and his lesson on Llobet-Testament d’Amelia. 

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  • Hello everyone! My name is Trevor, and I'm part of the content team for both piano and guitar at tonebase!

     

    • I'm from North Carolina, and my favorite food is fried - no matter how healthy, if it fits in the frier, it's delicious (a southern tradition).
    • I'm a composer, but way before going off to music school years ago, I was a 'serious' guitarist. My first lessons ever where in classical guitar! Next think you know, I'm getting a degree in bassoon and composition. What? I'm not sure either.
    • Full circle: I'm currently scoring a feature length documentary and am exclusively using electric guitar and nature recordings to make it. Felt good to pull the ole ax out of the case. Thanks to tonebase for getting me back into shape! (Particularly after all that fried food...)
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    Hey everyone - This is Elias, Really excited to be a part of this community and to get to know other members.

    Answers:

    • Answer is Complicated, for simplicity, I am from New Jersey currently based in Secaucus. I really do not have a fav food. it is like asking what is your favorate piece of music or artist.
    • Currently I broke my A nail so I re-visited Apoyando Technique and scale runs with I-M. it was really helpful to focus on that without the ability to use A. I am working on Granada by Albeniz. and Seranata Espanola by Malats
    • Really excited to get to know all the awesome Tonebase members better and to build something really useful for the Guitar community.

    Cheers!
    Elias

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  • Hello everyone, this is Raj from the Boston area, so of course I like fish and chips and clam chowder, though I am mostly vegetarian and my favorite food is anything from Clover, a popular vegetarian chain here in the Boston area.

     

    I have been working my way through Brouwer's 20 Etude Simples for the past couple of years, currently learning #18, as well as Tarrega's Adelita and Lagrima, although now that I've watched a few lessons on Tonebase I will have to backtrack and fix a few things ("damping the bass note," what's that about?). I actually took guitar lessons for four years after college in the 80's, then gave it up for 20 years and switched to tabla (Indian drums). But a few years ago, I decided to try it again as an empty-nester and have now completely switched over to guitar. A while ago I also started attending monthly open mics in my town to force myself to get comfortable with public performance, something I had always avoided.

     

    I look forward to maturing my technique to really achieve higher performance quality, so I can share my passion for guitar with friends and family.

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      Rajesh Puranik Thanks so much for joining this community! I'm sure you're not the only "empty-nester" who re-discovered his love for Classical Guitar here in the community! :) Tabla sounds fascinating too, I hope you still have some time to practice these... It reminds of this video

       

      of Jeremy Jouve performing Matthias Duplessy's Cavalcade with 2 Guitars and a tablas player and it sounds incredible! Have you heard of it? 

      Also these videos on Adelita and this course on Lagrima (don't take the 7 days too serious ;) ) might be interesting for you! 

      All best and greetings to Boston! 

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    • igor Wow, thanks for sharing that video. I had not seen it. I still teach tabla locally, but honestly, it gets harder and harder to sit cross-legged, so I end up practicing less.

       

      And yes, I am working with both those pieces on Tonebase. In fact, possibly Eduardo's masterclass on Adelita alone convinced me to subscribe past the free trial period. It was a true revelation to me, the way he brought to light the nuances of each bar and phrase and the techniques involved. The fingering is quite different from what is indicated in my book, which is also useful in showing that there are options for the musician to consider. 

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      Rajesh Puranik Awesome - this is great to hear! :) 

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  • Hey everyone! It's so good to be here with all of you! 😀 I've been looking forward to this so much!

    This is Mircea from tonebase!

    (In case you've ever wondered, Mircea is pronounced like "MEER-cha" - not that I would mind if you said it differently, haha)

    • I am from Bucharest, Romania, but I moved to Düsseldorf, Germany, when I was 17, so my entire adult life has been spent outside my home country! I spent so long in Germany though that they gave me German citizenship -> now I can call myself both Romanian and German!
      • Favorite food... oooh so hard to say! In general I would say nothing beats a good plate of sarmale (sour cabbage rolls with meat, tomatoes, rice, and some other stuff) next to some sour cream and mamaliga, but since it's summer, I've been DYING for some mici! Check out the picture! They are the grilled stuff in the top left and bottom right corner.
    • Music-wise? I'm making my own version of the Five Bagatelles by William Walton based on composer manuscripts (think "what would have happened if Walton were to have worked with me instead of Bream?") and the Capricho no. 18 by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (same idea).
      • Other-work-wise, I am scheduling some dope live streams for our upcoming tonebase LIVE workshops and interviews! 🤸‍♂️Check some of them out here: https://app.tonebase.co/guitar/live ( many more to come!)
    • Ohh I'm hoping to get to know all the awesome people that have been watching our streams, voting in polls, etc. - BUT ALSO, much more importantly: those who haven't yet! Can't wait to get to know some more of you guys and talk about everything guitar-related under the sun!
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      Mircea Oh dude.... this looks sooo good right now.... WANT!😫

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      igor I know right! I am dying for some, too! Definitely the first thing I'm having once I make it back to Europe!!

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