The following tracks will sound good when mixed with Sergio Assad, Graham Anthony Devine – Aquarelle: II. Valseana, because they have similar tempos. Sergio Assad, Valseana. By Steven Walter. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Sergio Assad, Valseana. Featured on Steven Walter, Guitar. Assad is one of most important names in classical guitar world of today. Sérgio is a Brazilian guitarist and composer, best known as a member of Duo Assad.
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Sergio Assad – Valseana – Veojam
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Sergio Assad – Valseana
Forum rules Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other valdeana. The cd is fromand “Aquarelle” from assad anyone know if the “Valseana” actually preceded the composition of “Aquarelle”?
Without having any definitive answer, I’ll venture a guess that Sergio wrote “Valseanna” as a stand-alone composition, then subsequently incorporated it in a somewhat expanded version as the middle movement when he wrote the first and third movements of “Aquarelle.
By the way, GSI just uploaded the last video from Marc Teicholz’s January concert there, which features him playing several of Sergio’s compositions, including “Valseanna,” on an Torres.
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Check it out on YouTube. That was sort of my working assumption too, but I was hoping maybe there might be someone on the board who knew for sure. I’ll be sure to check out the Teicholz video! In fact, I was just working on it at about 2AM this morning when I couldn’t sleep.
It’s a middle of the night piece.
I think it is one of the most beautiful pieces ever written for classical guitar. Absolutely one of the most beautiful pieces in the repertoire. And thanks for the recommendation of Odair’s aesad. I received an itunes gift card for my birthday recently and I had to decide whether I would get Odair’s “El Caminante” or Barrueco’s recent “Tarrega!
He, in turn, is good friends with Sergio, as they both teach at the S. I’ll try to remember to ask Marc to ask Sergio about valxeana origins of “Valseanna. If I learn anything definitive, I’ll let you know.
The Teicholz “Valseana” valseama was really brilliant by the way I am also learning Valseana at the moment,its not too hard but its not easy either. My problem is not having played much for over 20 years I am now trying to learn about 20 different pieces and also revisit my old repertoire. Never seems to be enough time in the day. Hey Dave — As it happens, I’m very close friends with Marc Teicholz, and hope to see him for dinner next week.
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