Kevin Loh Plays Telemann Fantasia VI

Singapore guitarist Kevin Loh plays Fantasia VI from 12 Fantasias for Violin without Bass, TWV 40 (1735) composed by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767), arranged by Carlo Marchione. This comes via his YouTube Channel. Nice close up of the hands in this video as well as some excellent playing. Loh had great success as a youth player winning many competitions and awards and he continues to mature as an artist today. I like his fairly casual online approach of posting videos (see his YouTube). As he states, “Really excited to share my first recording that I have done in a long time since my enlistment into national service! I stumbled across this arrangement of the Telemann by Marchione a while back and really enjoyed playing it. Thanks so much for watching!”

Movements and timing for video:
I. Grave 0:00
II. Presto 2:28
III. Siciliana 4:03
IV. Allegro 5:49


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