Here’s Jonathan Roth playing his piece Crimson on a great 2004 Richard Howell cedar-top. You can buy the sheet music for Crimson here, and you can get all of Roth’s sheet music here.
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Very nice Jonathan, great tune, well played !
What a lovely sounding instrument! It is well suited to the piece.
Excellent! It is a beautiful piece with a surprising ending! And flawlessly played of course, and as the last comment said, the guitar is well suited for the piece.
Well, enough has not been said about this lovely sound…really majestic with its dimensional quality and soothing offer of its natural beauty.
I don’t think this is a Fleta sound but then I see valid collect-ability with this builder’s art; very nicely done with both guitar and player.
Richard Howell resides on the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne, Australia. His guitars are indeed based on the Fleta style. His guitars were very highly sought after in the 1980’s before the advent of the modern lattice (Australian) brace guitars and are still so for those seeking a traditional Spanish sound.
What a beautiful sounding guitar very nicely played can you tell what strings were being used on the Howell?
What a pleasant surprise, I have a 2015 Howell. I didn’t expect to hear this tonight. It sounds like you have a good example right there.