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Le Romarin - Giuliani - Viennese Guitar - Rob MacKillop

More info at http://www.19th-centuryGuitar.com Includes a short improvised prelude intro.

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Comment by Rob MacKillop on February 15, 2013 at 13:54
I think I understood that :-)
Comment by Kernoa Patrig on February 15, 2013 at 11:23
Pratiquer le prélude improvisé est essentiel et devrait faire partie de l'éducation des jeunes musiciens. Belle proposition encore cette fois Rob!
Comment by Jelma van Amersfoort on February 13, 2013 at 22:31

Ha, very nice, and the Giuliani as well :-) Very stylish and fun to make your own preludes to pieces. I do that before songs.

Comment by Rob MacKillop on February 12, 2013 at 12:26

I include a short improvised intro here. I'm going to commit myself to adding improv into my daily 19th-century guitar practice. I'll be writing about improv and the 19th-C guitar on my new site: http://19th-centuryguitar.com, but more about that anon. It's not my best intro take, but it's OK. It's something I want to encourage, even for complete beginners.

In my intro, I wanted to feature the beautiful inverted German 6th chord from bar 6 of the score, which is often seen as a misprint and changed to an A sharp diminished 7th. I think it is correct as printed.

I've also added in a couple of low B notes on the 8th string. 8-string guitars were around in Giuliani's Vienna, and I see no reason not to throw one in every now and then.

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