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    Exclamation Pirates of the Carribean

    After the performance by my Students of this "compelling" piece (in my arrangement for Ensemble of guitars and flutes) I wanted to make also this arrangement of mine for solo guitar. I hope you will like ... ;-) http://www.chitarrarte.it


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    Giuseppe BRAVO!
    I always enjoy your arrangements and lively performances.
    Does your room have natural echo/reverb, as it is quite noticeable in this particular performance?

    There is something joyful in hearing a familiar tune in a different setting and on a new instrument, regardless of its complexity or intellectual/academic 'merit'.

    I too play guitar, all of which are steel strings, and I play folk rock and jazz. Your playing reminds me of the great breadth of expression in classical guitars, and one may be on the horizon.

    I would like to hear more of your mandolin playing from time to time also. The last I recall was the Deer Hunter.

    BTW are you a professional musician?

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    Excellent Giuseppe...thank you for posting!

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    Very nice.
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    Thanks a lot dear Steve! Yes, I am a professional musician. The reverb is not natural, I will add later ... I hope soon to be able to make some other video with mandolin, ciao!!
    Quote Originally Posted by stevedenver View Post
    Giuseppe BRAVO!
    I always enjoy your arrangements and lively performances.
    Does your room have natural echo/reverb, as it is quite noticeable in this particular performance?

    There is something joyful in hearing a familiar tune in a different setting and on a new instrument, regardless of its complexity or intellectual/academic 'merit'.

    I too play guitar, all of which are steel strings, and I play folk rock and jazz. Your playing reminds me of the great breadth of expression in classical guitars, and one may be on the horizon.

    I would like to hear more of your mandolin playing from time to time also. The last I recall was the Deer Hunter.

    BTW are you a professional musician?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Arakelian View Post
    Excellent Giuseppe...thank you for posting!
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Snyder View Post
    Very nice.
    Thank you very much Friends, greetings from Sicily!!

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    That was Grand!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by G7MOF View Post
    That was Grand!!!
    Thank you so much dear friend, greetings from Sicily!

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    Beautiful ....fluid ....thk u

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandybaby View Post
    Beautiful ....fluid ....thk u
    Thanks a lot, greetings from Sicily!

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    Arrrrgh matey! That be a lively tune!

    That works particularly well on the classical guitar. Thanks for posting!
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    Incredible! Thanks for posting that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Busman View Post
    Arrrrgh matey! That be a lively tune!

    That works particularly well on the classical guitar. Thanks for posting!
    Quote Originally Posted by OU1 View Post
    Incredible! Thanks for posting that!
    Thanks a lot Friends, a warm greeting from Sicily!

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