Jan
13

Taso_Soleares_03

Taso Comanescu was back at GSI to play some of the Cleveland Collection guitars. Here he is playing Turina’s Soleares on a great 1965 Jose Oribe and Santiago de Murcia’s Folias Gallegas on a 1978 Robert Ruck.

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8 Responses to “Taso Comanescu – Turina and Santiago de Murcia”

 
  1. ldb says:

    That Oribe is incredible.

    • Rene says:

      Agreed, first time I head a good recording of such a guitar. I suspect the Ruck is nice too, but it is hard to get a feeling for a the “normal” sound character of a guitar once you put a capo on it.

    • Rene says:

      Agreed, first time I heard a good recording of such a guitar. I suspect the Ruck is nice too, but it is hard to get a feeling for a the “normal” sound character of a guitar once you put a capo on it.

  2. ronjazz says:

    Well, that Ruck sounds mighty fine. No “suspect” about it.

  3. David Norton says:

    On the Soleares, at 2:04, there’s SUPPOSED to be another G-major chord. This measure was deleted from the Schott publication, but Turina’s manuscript (File #33784 of the Sociedad de Autores Espanoles, Madrid) clearly contains it. so the “opening motive” all three times has the G major chord repeated 3 times in each segment before going on to introduce different material. No way to know if it was Schott or Segovia who caused the published error. Anyone who would like a PDF of this manuscript is welcome to contact me backline.

  4. Cheech says:

    I’ve been waiting for you guts to feature this Ruck. It sounds amazing. Thabks

  5. Cheech says:

    I’ve been waiting for you guys to feature this Ruck. It sounds amazing. Thanks

  6. Alan says:

    Dave – I’d really like to have the dots for this piece if you’re offering.

    Alan

 

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