Week 1: A Continent Full of Music! 🌴

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    • Moses
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    Hi, friends! Like Eric Phillips I'll post a gaucho piece. 😉 My father used to make me repeat this piece many many times... A bit of him is here, in this recording. From Abel Fleury, Milongueo Del Ayer.

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      • Moyses Lopes
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      Olli Yes! There's a good swing! Thank you!

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      Stefanie Mosburger-Dalz Don't worry, I perceived! 🙂

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      joosje thank you for your kindness!

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    • Moyses Lopes That's so great! My mother played, but nothing fancy - just strumming chords to folk songs. It's so amazing that you are carrying on in your father's love for the guitar.

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    • Moyses Lopes another discovery for me, thank you for your beautiful interpretation.

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      Moyses Lopes That is great, Moyses. You play it with such abandon. Your feel for the music is deeply imbedded in you.

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      • Moses
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      Blaise Laflamme Thank you!

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      Jack Stewart Thank you, Jack! You're kind!

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    • Moyses Lopes nice and fun piece, great playing! Both the rythm and the melody are so good and you performed it with fluidity and excellency! :)

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    • Moyses Lopes Excellent!  Have you ever heard Abel Carlevaro's performance of this piece?  He recorded under the pseudonym of Vicent Vallegos.  You can find it on Youtube.

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      • Moses
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      Khiem Nguyen Thank you! =)

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      Dale Needles Thank you, Dale! I didn't know this recording, it's a jewel! Carlevaro, as usual, was impeccable! Gracias!

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    • Stefanie Mosburger-Dalz Brava, nice playing Stefanie. Those are some beautiful pieces and you are well on the way to a great performance. 

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    • joosje thank you, I have to be more relaxed....

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      Stefanie Mosburger-Dalz Well played Stefanie!

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      Stefanie Mosburger-Dalz Beautifully played, Stefanie. Brouwer is such an interesting and diverse composer. 

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    • Derek thank you!

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      • Moyses Lopes
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      Stefanie Mosburger-Dalz Such a beautiful playing, Stefanie! Thank you for post!

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    • Jack Stewart thank you!, yes, he knows the guitar

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    • Stefanie Mosburger-Dalz Great playing here and on the Brouwer above. I don't know this second one. Can I ask you who wrote it? It's such an interesting melody. The Brouwer, of course, is just a classic.

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    • Eric Phillips Ojos Brujos is also by Brouwer, both this one and Cancion de Cuna come together in Max Eschig Edition as 2 popular cuban themes.

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    • Eric Phillips for me, the both belong together, the first is a lullaby, the second wakes you up afterwards;-)

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    • Eric Phillips thank you, I will work on;-)

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