Here’s Marc Teicholz playing Mendelssohn on a 1921 Santos Hernandez at our ‘Valseana Live‘ concert a few weeks ago. The first piece is his arrangement of Mendelssohn’s Songs Without Words, Op. 19, no. 6 “Venetian Gondola Song No. 1” and the second is his arrangement of string Quartet #1, Op. 12 “II. Canzonetta”. Video shot by Jurgen Reisch.

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9 Responses to “Marc Teicholz – 1921 Santos”

  1. Enrique Guerrero says:

    Man that is an amazing guitar! And of course wonderful playing as well. Man what a guitar!!!

  2. Darrell Styner says:

    Wow, Marc plays with flawless technique and great expression! I may have to try closing my eyes when I play:) The character of the guitar comes through loud and clear. I really appreciate the quality of the videos you’re posting here now.

  3. Larry says:

    I like the sound of the Santos ,a nice guitar with lots of character and sweet sound .I do not think it is necessarily a great guitar though.

  4. Jim Van Winkle says:

    Thank you so much for bringing these beautiful videos to all of us.
    Marc is an exquisite guitarist, and it’s a joy to hear the incredible instruments- good luck with the Santos.

  5. alvaro says:

    Could you sent another adress or link? I can’t watch the video in the blog

  6. Garrett says:

    Nice work all around.

  7. Peter says:

    Really enjoying these videos…I look forward to each one as it is posted. Marc is outstanding and the choice of instruments is really making this fun. Thanks from a fan!

  8. Larry says:

    The santos has so much life in it ,remarkable when considering this is a ninety year old guitar.


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