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Ugo Nastrucci improvising on The Sabionari Stradivarius Guitar

July 31st 2011 - Maestro Ugo Nastrucci tries the Sabionari Guitar for the first time. This perfomance is also in the www.sabionari.com website in the section Events

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Comment by Scot Tremblay on September 7, 2011 at 19:16
Very nice, indeed.
Comment by Mark Day on September 6, 2011 at 14:49
Valery, at first I thought "naked arms" was a song! You're right though. You really should wear long sleeves when playing something like this. Sweat and oils in your skin can do damage to the finish.
Comment by Roberto Domenichini on September 5, 2011 at 23:45

it is a very brief session....

I would have liked a comment about what music could have been played on this guitar in 1679 when it was built. Italian music most likely. It has a very long neck so many say it could only have been used for the Continuous, but Nastrucci and Krishnasol Jimenez demonstrated that the keyboard allows a certain agility and that solo parts are possible.....so could we think about Foscarini, Corbetta, Roncalli...?

Comment by Valéry Sauvage on September 5, 2011 at 7:53
Not so good to play naked arms on such an instrument...
Comment by Roberto Domenichini on September 4, 2011 at 6:31
I find that music and that sound very inspirational. Something like it's speaking of ancient times from where it comes
Comment by Roman Turovsky on September 2, 2011 at 21:16
Only natural: Ugo is a composer.

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