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John Williams plays Bach The Four Lute Suites on Guita
1. I. Passaggio - Presto 2:34 2. II. Allemande 2:00 3. Suite No. 1 in E minor for Lute, BWV 996 - Highlights: III. Courante 2:33 4. IV. [Sarabande] 3:03 5. Suite No. 1 in E minor for Lute, BWV 996 - Highlights: V. Bourrée 1:13 6. Suite No. 1 in E minor for Lute, BWV 996 - Highlights: VI. [Gigue] 2:47 7. Suite (Partita) in A minor, BWV 997 (originally in C minor) - Highlights: I. Preludio - Fuga 9:20 8. Suite (Partita) in A minor, BWV 997 (originally in C minor) - Highlights: II. Sarabande 3:46 9. Suite (Partita) in A minor, BWV 997 (originally in C minor) - Highlights: III. Gigue - Double 3:53 10. Lute Suite No. 4 in E Major, BWV 1006a: I. Prélude 4:25 11. Lute Suite No. 4 in E Major, BWV 1006a: II. Loure 3:34 12. Lute Suite No. 4 in E Major, BWV 1006a: III. Gavotte en Rondeau 2:48 13. Lute Suite No. 4 in E Major, BWV 1006a: IV. Menuetts I & II 4:19 14. Lute Suite No. 4 in E Major, BWV 1006a: V. Bourrée 1:50 15. Lute Suite No. 4 in E Major, BWV 1006a: VI. Gigue 2:04 16. Suite in A minor for Lute, BWV 995: I. Präludium - Presto 5:16 17. Suite in A minor for Lute, BWV 995: II. Allemande 3:07 18. Suite in A minor for Lute, BWV 995: III. Courante 2:02 19. Suite in A minor for Lute, BWV 995: IV. Sarabande 3:51 20. Suite in A minor for Lute, BWV 995: V. Gavotte I & II 4:10 21. Suite in A minor for Lute, BWV 995: VI. Gigue
tuning of the modern ten-string guitar (afinación estándar de la guitarra 10 cuerdas):
7=C2 [lowest string / la más baja] 8=A#2 / Bb2 9=G#2 / Ab2 10=F#2 / Gb2
The legendary Narciso Yepes performs an 80 minute solo recital, plus 25 minutes of encores, on the ten-string guitar of his own conception, at the Teatro Real de Madrid, in 1979. This is without electronic amplification of the guitar, as Yepes always insisted, but with his improved sitting position and revolutionary right hand technique, which, together with his 10-string guitar's sympathetic resonance, optimize tone quality and projection. (The microphone seen is for the video's audio recording only, not for amplification.) As one reviewer wrote after a 1982 review of Narciso Yepes performing at Carnegie Hall:
'Guitar concerts in Carnegie Hall can be a frustrating affair. Narciso Yepes brought his 10-string invention there last Thursday, and suddenly it was not a problem hearing that instrument in that space. 'His guitar fills the hall with sound. The musician who plucks it is one of the finest in the world today. The second half of the program was devoted entirely to 20th-century works, an intriguing survey of music - for an apparently limited instrument - that was at once engrossing yet challenging. Of greatest interest were Eduardo Sainz de la Maza's ''Laberinto,'' with its jazzy undercurrent, and Leonardo Balada's supremely virtuosic, exciting ''Analogias.'' 'Mr. Yepes, who appears to be not much larger than his oversize instrument, is a selfless musician, putting the music before his personality in what could serve as the ideal of any performing artist but so rarely is. One left his recital stimulated and elated, with nary a thought as to the potential limitations of the instrument, dynamically or musically.'
KUEHNEL (transcr. Yepes): Suite for 11-course Baroque Lute - 00:00
01 Pour Some Sugar On Me
03 Love Bites
04 Let's Get Rocked
05 Two Steps Behind
09 When Love & Hate Collide
10 Armageddon It
11 Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad
12 Rock Of Ages
14 Miss You In A Heartbeat
15 Bringin' On The Heartbreak
Grand Funk Railroad - Grand Funk (1969) [Full Album
Track list :
Side one :
1. Got Got This Thing on the Move - 0:00
2. Please Don't Worry - 4:38
3. High Falootin' Woman - 8:59
4. Mr. Limousine Driver - 12:00
5. In Need - 16:27
Side two :
1. Winter and My Soul - 24:20
2. Paranoid - 30:59
3. Inside Looking Out - 38:49
Grand Funk is Grand Funk Railroad's second studio album, and was released in December 1969 by Capitol Records. It was produced by Terry Knight and engineered by Ken Hamann. This release (aka "The Red Album") was certified by RIAA with a gold record award, the first for the group. It includes a cover of The Animals' "Inside Looking Out" which is still a cornerstone of the band's live concerts today. Other key tracks include: "Got This Thing On The Move", "In Need", and "Paranoid". The inside spread photograph of the trio, for the original album release, was used for the now infamous, $100,000, block-long and several stories high, New York City's Times Square billboard ad for the album Closer To Home (1970). The producers sought to achieve a concentration on Mark Farner's guitar, in response to the imbalance the band achieved in On Time with the prominence of Mel Schacher's bass. This led to the unofficial name of "The Red Album", as the guitar track, red in the studio, was turned up. This was reflected on the red cover art.
American Folk Blues Festivals 1963-1966: The British Tours
Recorded live for TV broadcast throughout Britain, these historic performances have been unseen for nearly 40 years. Filmed with superb camera work and pristine sound, 14 complete performances and 4 bonus performances are included by Sonny Boy Williamson, Muddy Waters, Lonnie Johnson, Big Joe Williams, Lightnin' Hopkins, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Howlin' Wolf, Big Joe Turner, Junior Wells, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Between 1963 and 1966 huge British tours were undertaken by the likes of Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Hopkins, Howlin' Wolf, and Junior Wells. This release in the American Folk-Blues Festivals gathers footage from these tours, providing an amazing document of a historic time.
Best Sitar/Tabla piece ever Ravi Shankar & Chatur Lal Raga Mishra Piloo In Thumri Style
A veritable gem..with virtuoso tabla of Chatur Lal recorded in 1963 when Shankar had fire in his belly ..was in his early prime....the majestic start ...the meandering melody thus reconditions the soul inculcating in it a certain sense of levitation.. imbued with divinity..a kind of mantra..a dialogue with God...elevates you to Nirvana ..leads you to Valhalla and firmly deposits you there ... sempiternally...tabla solo in the middle ( 5:51 to 8:44) by Chatur Lal is simply mesmerizing! And 8:44 to 10-45 is probably one of the best and perfect sitar/tabla rapport ( jugalbandi) of all time! Don't miss 5:22 to 6:35 sitar engages in a dialogue with tabla then fades gracefully to make way for tabla solo....if ever there was a magical music tour this is it...this is it...and this is it...Ravi Shankar and Chatur Lal here transport you to a world where music is redefined...and reinvented...... coruscating with a thousand nuances of vibrating colour...transforming the banal into a source of wonder.... and wonderment...