Content tagged with Forbes Henderson. I came across this recently while renewing my acquaintance with Bach’s Chaconne (Ciaconna). while renewing my acquaintance with Bach’s Chaconne (Ciaconna). I think it is a wonderful and imaginative reworking by Forbes Henderson. Смотреть Bach Chaconne-Part2 arranged for guitar by Forbes Henderson Скачать MP4 p, MP4 p.

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Bach Chaconne-Part2 arranged for guitar by Forbes Henderson

Fotbes have mixed feelings about playing it on the guitar. This was demonstrated to me by a violinist with a bent bow that did not like ‘his’ chaconne being played on a guitar.

The correct chord is just a bit uncomfortable. Board index All times are UTC. Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp. It’s really good although it’s kinda faster than normal.

Forbes Henderson: Bach Chaconne/Part1 – Acoustic Guitar Videos

WordPress Video Theme by. As I am writing this post, I had his performance in the background and am now listening to Heifetz teach it in his masterclass.

I also think one should play the whole partita and not only the Ciaccona. Fast and furious–yet gripping! One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them. Not forbws if that is correct haven’t looked closely at the video. Feeley looks to be playing a Dammann guitar in his video, yes, but I’d be very surprised if it was a doubletop.

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Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason. Play your Hendedson Fingerstyle Song in 60 Minutes! I immediately submitted my comment on his performance online and hsnderson happy to have him almost immediately send me an e-mail thanking me for my comments.

Great smooth playing here, pretty much flawlessly executed. Of course there are lot of great violinists from 20th century and today that play the piece unbelivable.

Funny thing is that violinists love to hear the Ciaccona on the guitar. One should play the full partita. One should also read about historical performance practice like Quantz and Matheson. Try listening to John Feeley’s version!

April 3, at 9: Silent Night- Fingerpicking For Beginners. The Forbes Henderson recording is very interesting, and yes that guitar is very nice as well. Like us on Facebook. I informed Forbes that I would be extending my reaction to his excellent performance in my blogg and here is the 1st part of it.

Judging by its sound, I’d strongly suggest it was a Dammann solid-top cedar, of which he’s built a number. The version played by modern violinists is too fragmented when compared to dramatic effects that the bent bow gives it. Very slow 19 minutes! Sorry for the rant, but that Yamashita thing is the single most horrific “performance” I have ever heard from a professional musician.


YouTube subscribe button by Skipser. Actually, my favorite version is Busoni’s piano transcription, but he adds so many notes that it’s almost a new piece. It is so beautiful, and the Chaconne is the summit. I know I may be too wildly getting into this but it has chaconen a rush for me to use all of these various learning techniques. The Youtube video description says: Just check the manuscript for every note. Unique Tuning 1 – 2 fingered Chords.

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Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. Either way, the guitar does add a clarity to the voicing forbe is deserving on its own merit. I was floored by the depth of sensitivity given to the variations. It should be according to voice leading d – f – a – f, and not d – a – d – f. But you should listen to lute players also, because they are specialised in barock music.

Please start a new thread if you wish to discuss a different topic. I think that you should make your own transcription using the manuscript, if you decide to play it on the guitar. I know Feeley was playing a Michael O’Leary recently in concerts.

With that said, it’s such an awe-inspiring piece that it can transcend the instrument.