Julius Reder Carlson is a musicologist and ethnomusicologist at UCLA who came in to the shop a few weeks ago and really impressed everyone with his playing, so we were very happy when he accepted our invitation to come record some guitars. Here he is playing guitars by Richard Howell, Henner Hagenlocher, Kenneth Brögger and Stefano Moccetti.
Here he is improvising on a flamenco-ish theme on a 2001 Richard Howell guitar.
This is Sérgio Assad’s ‘Valseana’ on a that same 2001 Richard Howell guitar.
This is Eduardo Falu’s ‘El Mishi” on a 2011 Henner Hagenlocher spruce-top.
This is David Russell’s transcription of Bach’s flute sonata BWV 1034 played on a 2011 Kenneth Brogger maple/spruce.
And here’s ‘Valseana’ again, this time played on a 2004 Stefano Moccetti guitar.
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