Our good friend Tavi Jinariu suggested recording the six movements of Robert de Viseé’s Suite in D Minor on six different guitars, and it worked out that we had six amazing German guitars – new guitars from Fritz Ober, Tobias Braun and Sebastian Stenzel, and three Hausers: a 1986 Hauser III; an amazing 1947 Hauser I; and a rare very early Hauser I from 1925.

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8 Responses to “Tavi Jinariu – de Visee Suite on Six Guitars”

  1. Leo says:

    All three Hausers sound incredible!

  2. djg says:

    Bravo! Very well done. Exceptional in fact. Wish I could say which guitar I favorited but I can not.

  3. Rene says:

    Great performance! All the guitars sounded great, but one day I must have a Hauser.
    The Hauser III did great in this line up. Perhaps I can afford a Hauser at some point after all…
    Were recording levels etc identical for all the takes?

  4. Monique Ledermann says:

    Oh, the Hauser I from 1925…that is my dream guitar! Playing is very good too, as always with Tavi Jianriu

  5. Eric says:

    Wow! Six wonderful guitars all played by an equally wonderful guitarist!

    I hadn’t even thought of this de Visee suite in years and years. But, Tavi’s superb playing makes even the familiar sound quite extraordinary. Bravo, Tavi!

  6. Edwardio says:

    Well, what wonderful playing of this majestic music. I first experienced Tavi’s playing on the Cordoba Master Series Guitars promotion and was so impressed with Tavi’s fluency and phrasing. Beautiful playing through a Master Guitarist’s Hands.Thank you Tavi, thankyou GSI

  7. Juliano says:

    All the six are amazing. Can’t choose which one is the best. Congrats.

  8. Taso says:

    Bravo! Always a pleasure to see Tavi play. One of my main inspirations on the instrument as of late. I would have to go with the 1925 Hauser!


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