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Kernoa Patrig
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kernoa Patrig Feb 15, 2015.


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New photo, to keep on the topic, friendly yours, Patrig
Nouvelle photo pour rester dans le sujet, bien amicalement, Patrig
21 mars, j'attends ma guitare baroque... 2 semaines de patience... pas facile!
March 21st, waiting for my barok guitar, 2 weeks... not so easy...

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At 19:07 on September 4, 2012, Jean-Francois Delcamp said…

bien volontiers !

At 23:18 on March 22, 2012, soizic said…

Merci Patrig.  A bientôt.

At 12:11 on March 24, 2011, Jelma van Amersfoort said…
Hoi Patrig, thanks for the response. The guitar in the recording is the guitar in my profile pic. It is lovely, but a little bit hard to play. I am going to make a 'proper' recording of the piece soon.
At 10:16 on March 24, 2011, Eamon Sweeney said…

Hi Patrig

Thanks for your kind comments. My thesis is not published yet (beyond the Library of DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin, Ireland). I hope to get it up on the web for all to see in the near(ish) future. Sadly, as of yet, my French is rudimentary. I had to make use of translators in my research work.

At 16:55 on March 6, 2011, Lars Hedelius-Strikkertsen said…

Thank You.

And thanks to google translation. I'm sorry to say that I dont speek french, so I'm using google to translate it.


At 10:25 on November 12, 2010, Alexandros Kalkos said…
Dear Patrig,
it is not always easy to keep in touch with so many different instruments, musical styles and repertoires but this year I intend to present them all in the same concert-lecture about the evolution of the guitar! It is an amazing journey...!!
At 11:29 on June 9, 2010, Alexander Batov said…
Oh dear, I'm so sorry to hear of your broken arm!
I will surely let you know when I've got a 'romantic guitar' to try. As much as I like the appearance and woodwork of Lacote guitars, my favourite model (i.e. sound wise) still remains that of Stauffer.
At 11:02 on June 9, 2010, Alexander Batov said…
We should have been friends long time ago, shouldn't we? All best wishes!
At 9:41 on April 14, 2010, antoine vincent said…
les deux guitares sont de Luciano Faria à San Paulo.
Manuel Morais et moi nous sommes retrouvés dans le même hotel pour prendre livraison de nos instruments. Il y a une copie d'une guitare portugaise du XVIII et une copie inspirée de la Coch du Musée de la Villette ... J'ai vendu cette dernière qui est désormais dans les mains de TImo Peedu, un autre memebre du groupe.

Pour les Tonos humanos de Marin, c'est un truc qui me manque et je voudrai bien avoir une copie de l'original aussi ... Si ca se produit je fais circuler bien sûr !
At 21:25 on January 23, 2010, Frederik de Wolff said…
Merci beaucoup!

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