Enea Leone Plays Allegro BWV 1005 by Bach

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inside view of the guitarThis pretty much the best classical guitar video ever. Enea Leone plays for Allegro BWV 1005 by Bach. Make sure to watch past 30 seconds where the camera works gets interesting. I particularly love from ‘inside the guitar’ view but also some of the other effects and just the amount of variety in angles.

Great playing too of course!


Video Link & Source: https://youtu.be/WP9FCWujsmY

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  1. We thank You very very much for having featured it on Your beautiful site!
    This is the second video we develop in cooperation with Maestro Enea Leone, our Company wants to stay close to the classical guitar world and we strongly support the activity of Enea who really is an amazing professional player.

    The first video we sponsored was “Fuoco” by Roland Dyens:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igt6l6LPS8s

    Please also find the link to our corporate video who is, on my point of view, and exceptional idea combining classical guitar and industry.

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    Thank you again and best regards.

    Fabrizio

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