Alexander Milovanov was back in town and he brought in a showstopper of a piece – Luigi Legnani’s Terremoto con Variazioni, which he played on a fantastic 2014 Jose Vigil cedar-top. Alexander is originally from Belarus and has had an impressive career already. He is currently pursuing his DMA at the University of Texas at Austin, under Adam Holzman.

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12 Responses to “Alexander Milovanov – Legnani Terremoto con Variazioni (Jose Vigil)”

  1. Joel Henderson says:

    A most excellent performance (with great tone) of a piece with which I am unfamiliar, but thoroughly enjoyed…keep ‘em coming, sir!

  2. Larry says:

    Legnani must have had a mean streak in him to write such a piece, or a lot of faith that one day some one could master it. Incredible playing.

  3. John W. Crowder says:


  4. Russ says:

    My hands are tired just watching….WOW

  5. Gene Van Alstyne says:

    Amazing musicianship!

  6. kevin nguyen says:

    Beautiful. Great.

  7. jose Ademir says:

    I love.

  8. Paul says:

    That was jaw droppingly amazing!! Alexander’s articulation was beyond belief. I also really appreciated the camera angles used to show his hands, especially his right hand, as it helped show just how incredible this performance was.

  9. Tyler says:

    Wow. I recently got back into the guitar and took a break after a few days because my fingers were hurting. Watching this, I realized I have a long way to go, however it’s also so inspiring. It doesn’t even look real to be honest. Thanks for sharing, back to practicing for me with some basic beginner stuff.

  10. Polly says:

    The answer of an exterp. Good to hear from you.

  11. tom says:

    Such skill squandered on a vacuous piece of music!

    • Rene says:

      I have to admit, I had the same thought. Not squandered, perhaps, but certainly Alexander’s playing is the top billing here, not the music..


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