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Discussion in 'Music' started by Seahunter, Jul 1, 2015.
Psychedelic circus time!
How banshees wished they sounded:
Note: I'm getting this and every other video showing up as 'unavailable' lately. Yay, lawyers! I trust that everybody can either see what I post or find it.
RIP Timothy Leary!
Spring heeled J...
I met the North Sea again recently.
I wore this album out when I first got it.
I've gathered my munchies. I have placed my headphone's securely on my ears. Lights off. Feet Up. I have a full on concert right here. I'm staying til it's over. From the top then... Sgt Pepper here I come.
I dusted off my Spanish guitar and put new strings on. My first venture into playing music was learning to play classical guitar from a book. Not long after I finished that and countless hours of practice I performed for the first time on stage, got hooked and became professional. This is one of the first tunes I performed in front of an audience. This wee girl has the touch that many guitarists don't have. I went to Spain to learn with the best and here's the tune;
Thank you Tony. That is beautiful. I don't think many people in the general understand the beauty and intricacies of Classical Guitar in all its forms. I resonate with all the stringed instruments and love to see how they have progressed to reach new generations and still hold true. My personal favorite is Cello. When I was a very young and very poor child, 1st through 3rd grade, the public grade school I attended had a field trip once a year to the Symphony. Every one went that wanted to go... rich or poor. I LOVED this. The music, the ballet choreography, the set scenery, all of it... transported me to a Magical world. And it still does.
This one goes out to you.
Now. When do we get to hear you play?
I love that, cello is also a favourite of mine. This is a piece of music I wrote for two guitars;