Tag Archives: Virtuoso

Musicianship or techniques, which one’s more important?

Which one is more important? Which one is more challenging?
Which one do you care more about?

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Videos

Hi folks, A new page called videos has been recently opened on my blog. If you haven’t discovered it yet, you can click here.  I share videos of my own playing and I plan to post some lessons and podcasts there soon, so stay tuned! I hope you enjoy them. Here are some of the […]

Tárrega, Paco de Lucia & History of the Guitar

Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909) was the influential Spanish composer and guitarist of the romantic era. Back in those days, not everybody believed in the potentials of the guitar and it was more common to compose for instruments like piano and violin. Francisco Tárrega has greatly influenced the development of the “classical” guitar by the etudes, studies […]

I. Guitar Concerto No. 1 (re-orchestrated)

Hello Folks, I hope you enjoy listening to the first movement of my Guitar Concerto no. 1

III. Guitar Concerto no. I

Hello folks, Here is the third movement of my Guitar Concerto.I hope you enjoy listening to it. (It is also available on Spotify, itunes, lastfm, 8tracks, and similar websites.)

Paco de Lucia passed away

Sadly, the great Francisco Sánchez Gómez (Paco de Lucia) passed away at the age of 66 today. He was born in Algeciras in south east Spain and has been known as one of the history’s greatest guitarists. After his travel to America at a very young age, he met Jazz musicians such as Larry Coryell, […]

10 String Classical Guitar & Narciso Yepes

Even though 10 string guitars are not very popular among classical guitarists, playing a 10 string guitar can bring some advantages to the classical guitar world, a wider range is the most remarkable one. Moreover, on a standard guitar, guitarists face some so called “unusual fingering” sooner or later. But on a 10 string guitar, […]