Italian guitarist Lorenzo Micheli plays Santiago de Murcia’s (1673-1739) “Una giga de Corelli” (Pasacalles y obras, 1732), after Arcangelo Corelli’s (1653-1713) Allegro op. 5, no. 3 on a Baroque Guitar by Stephen Murphy after Antonio Stradivari .This comes via Micheli’s great YouTube channel. I’m sure you already know Micheli from his GFA win or his work in the amazing SoloDuo. I love this, feels like the dance is continuously turning over and moving forward endlessly. Some intense dissonance 1:44!
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