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Etude No.11, Op.60 by Carcassi

Etude No.11, Op.60 (Agitato) by Matteo Carcassi (1796-1853) with performance, lesson, and sheet music. This from my sheet music edition of 25 Etudes, Op.60 by Matteo Carcassi. PDF or hardcopy sheet music for classical guitar. Comes with both a notation edition with…

Simon Farintosh Plays Joyful Departure by Towner

Canadian guitarist Simon Farintosh performs Joyful Departure by Ralph Towner (b.1940) on an 8-string guitar by Jeff Sigurdson. This comes via Simon’s YouTube channel with recording by Drew Henderson. Great performance by Farintosh with lots of great rhythmic moments and handling of the playful texture. I…

Evangelina Mascardi Plays London Suite IV by Weiss

Evangelina Mascardi performs London Suite IV in G major by Sylvius Leopold Weiss (1686–1750) on Baroque lute in Orte, Italy. This comes via Mascardi’s YouTube channel. I adore Weiss and Mascardi’s performance is wonderfully elegant. The combination of a strong rhythmic character and flowing galant lines…

Beijing Guitar Duo Omni Concert

The Beijing Guitar Duo with Meng Su and Yameng Wang perform a live concert at St. Marks Lutheran Church in San Francisco, CA with repertoire by César Franck, Enrique Granados, and Astor Piazzolla. This comes via the Omni Foundation online series and their Youtube channel.…

Etude No.9, Op.60 by Carcassi

Etude No.9, Op.60 (Allegretto Grazioso) by Matteo Carcassi (1796-1853) with performance, lesson, and sheet music. This from my sheet music edition of 25 Etudes, Op.60 by Matteo Carcassi. PDF or hardcopy sheet music for classical guitar. Comes with both a notation edition…

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Hao Yang Plays Air varié de l’opera de Bellini by Regondi

Hao Yang performs Air varié de l’opera de Bellini I Capuleti e i Montecchi (1845) by Giulio Regondi (1822–1872). This comes via Guitars International via their YouTube channel with video and recording by Drew Henderson. One of the most amazing…

Cicchillitti Plays Ombres et lumières by Roux

Canadian guitarist Adam Cicchillitti performs Ombres et lumières by Canadian composer and guitarist Patrick Roux (b.1962). This comes via Cicchillitti’s YouTube channel and recorded by Drew Henderson. You can find the sheet music for the duo or solo version at Les Productions d’Oz. Great performance by Cicchillitti with…

McGregor-Verdejo Duo Play Missing You by Sharman

McGregor-Verdejo Duo with Mark McGregor (alto flute) and Adrian Verdejo (classical guitar) perform Missing You by Rodney Sharman. This comes via Redshift Music Society and their Youtube channel. This is also from a new online concert series, Duets, featuring video…

ViennaDuo Play Romanian Folk Dances by Bartok

ViennaDuo with Desislava Dobreva (flute) and Bozhana Pavlova (guitar) play their arrangement of Romanian Folk Dances by Béla Bartók (1881-1945). This comes via ViennaDuo on YouTube. Originally for piano and later orchestrated by the composer. Great performance and arrangement by ViennaDuo with beautiful melodic phrasing and…

Rercercata Bella Collaboration with Elizabeth Pallett

Rercercata Bella, an anonymous Renaissance lute work from the Siena Lute Book. Performance, sheet music, lesson, and discussion for classical guitar or lute. This is a collaboration with Elizabeth Pallett via Luteweb on YouTube (go subscribe) and Luteweb.com. I had…

Gabriel Bianco Plays Sonata Romántica by Ponce

French classical guitarist Gabriel Bianco performs the first movement Allegro Moderato from Sonata Romántica by Manuel Ponce (1882-1948). Performed from his hometown of Lille, France and performed on a Altamira N500 classical guitar. This comes via Altamira Guitars and their YouTube channel. Ponce wrote a…

Marco De Biasi Performs Vento d’Inverno 

Marco De Biasi performs his own composition Vento d’Inverno inside the historic 13th-century Oratorio dei Battuti Church in Vittorio Veneto, Italy. This comes via the Omni Foundation online series and their Youtube channel. I’ve posted videos of Marco De Biasi’s excellent playing and compositions a few times…