Here’s Marc Teicholz playing Bach’s Partita for Keyboard No. 2 BWV 826 on a very interesting guitar from the Cleveland Collection – a 1987 Thomas Humphrey ‘Violin’, which is a ‘Millennium’ model with very unique aesthetics, originally commissioned and owned by Eliot Fisk and later owned by Marc Teicholz, who played this guitar when he won the GFA competition.

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5 Responses to “Marc Teicholz – Humphrey ‘Violin Guitar’”

  1. Philip Grimmitt says:

    Really good!

  2. Garrett says:

    As always, Marc plays with uncommon musicality, great tone and phrasing, and a deep sense of what it’s all about. Thanks for posting.

  3. Larry says:

    Great playing as always. A remarkably clear and even instrument.

  4. What a masterful performance!!!Excellent round tone and crystal clear voices especially the inner voices. I would love to have that Humphrey! How much? It is a shame Tom is no longer with us because he would be making such unique works of art. Marc is a great young artist and I look forward to his next performances.

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