Thomas Viloteau plays Usher Waltz by Koshkin

I like the rubato he adds to Usher Waltz here. It really makes the accelerandos effective and adds intensity to the extroverted sections. Viloteau=good!

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Thomas Viloteau plays one of the most iconic pieces in the Guitar repertoire, the Usher Waltz by Nikita Koshkin, composed after the short story “The fall of the house of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe.


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