Just search “Paulo Martelli Plays Koyunbaba.” The video is professionally produced and the sound quality is excellent. There are a number of. I heard that there is more than one way to tune our guitar to play this. Koyunbaba piece. My question is: which tuning would sound better. KoyunbabaSuite fur Gitarre (op) I Carlo Domeniconi Moderato «««««bˆ «««««ˆ«ww œ.
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Hey guys, I have just taken on Koyunbaba because I already play the Duarte Musikones and I think they’ll make a great set together, but I am finding that the scordatura presents a pretty marked variation in string tensions.
Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason. I first heard this piece a couple of months ago so it’s much newer to me, and I suspect that I’m not able to judge the nuances in style and technique to the degree that you are.
Unfortunately youtube video has poor quality. Retrieved 14 January From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. However, I’ve heard this piece so often I’ve been playing the first three parts for two years now, about 3 guutar 4 times a week that koyubnaba becoming difficult for me to be wowed by other performers.
One of the works inspired by Turkish music, the Koyunbaba suite of —86, eventually became Domeniconi’s most well-known work.
I think Domeniconi’s own performance, and the one by John Williams mind you, I’m not a JW-fan per se still stand out quite a bit, for very different reasons – JW the technical wizard gutar perfectionist, Domeniconi the extravert, improvising virtuoso.
Throughout the s it was particularly frequently programmed in concerts and recorded by numerous performers.
Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Domeniconi with a Luigi Mozzani guitar from This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat Having said that, Martelli’s Presto is a bit one-dimensional compared to others I’ve heard. Link to copyrighted material removed. His works explore and borrow from a wide variety of national traditions, including Turkish, Indian, Brazilian, and many more. Thanks for the help!
Retrieved from ” https: Educational music has been a particularly important field for Domeniconi, as numerous works he composed for young players attest, such as Klangbilder Sound Pictures24 Preludesand Eine kleine Storchsuite. Classical Guitar Skip to content. Board index All times are UTC. Forum rules Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason. Making rapid progress, he won first prizes at the Ancona International Festival of Guitar in and He received his first formal guitar lessons in from Carmen Lenzi Mozzani, granddaughter of the famous guitarist and luthier Luigi Mozzani.
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Last edited by tsulej on Wed Feb 26, 8: I didn’t have any performance notes from Domeniconi in the copies I was lent, so I’m actually a little surprised I guessed it.
Martelli’s playing is good, but so is mine – by now. Domeniconi was born in CesenaItaly. The list of Domeniconi’s published compositions includes more than titles.
Carlo Domeniconi born 20 February  is an Italian guitarist and composer. I ,oyunbaba even considering stringing up a second guitar with normal basses and lighter trebles to compensate. This section is read-only. Domeniconi actually encourages people to improvise in Koyunbaba, but only very, very few people do so.
Koyunbaba, suite for guitar, Op. 19
Here is link to album: The 4th part – Presto – is something else, technically. Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp.
The liner notes to a recording made by Domeniconi in for a Turkish record label state guitae the work is a suite pastoraledescribing “the natural beauty of a little bay” overlooking the Aegean Seawhere the saint was said to live centuries ago.
I’ve only rediscovered my classical guitar in the last year and I’m well behind you in my development. Although his compositions include a wide variety of genres and instrumentation choices, he is best known for his works for solo guitar, and particularly the Koyunbaba suite. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.
I’ve yet to begin exploring it properly, so I’ll be a bit more humble in that particular regard. Has anyone else experimented with ways to make the strings feel more uniformly tensioned for Koyunbaba?
By the way, I also like JWs recording of this.