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Old 02-09-2023, 10:09 AM
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Andre, here is a link to Brenner's version. I've memorized about 80% so far, so I'm not completely done.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwhNHJTQ0gY

and to Buzzurro's version

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWWnrpIwhac
Wow, that's impressive playing from both these artists. And good on you for taking it on, and that you've memorized so much of it!
Buzzuro has a weird right hand. He must have a lot of flexibility in his wrist joint to bend it like that for playing. Almost hurts watching him. And his thumb looks like he might be from another planet!
Both very good, but I did like the Brenner version better. Thanks for sharing that. Good luck with that going forward. A very challenging piece to be sure.
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A few I liked to play and recommend spending time learning:
"Mallorca" by Albeniz
"Sonata (# 58)" by Scarlatti
"El Noy De La Mare" by Azpiazu
"Scherzino Mexcano" by Ponce
"Venezuelan Waltz (Valse Criollo)" by Lauro
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This thread has brought a number of interesting pieces to light for me - thanks, all!

Here's a piece I discovered in Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine (remember that?) many years ago: Joropo by Jose Luis Merlin. It's pretty accessible for a lower-intermediate player like me, very energetic and a lotta fun. Check out the composer wailing away at it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nY5f_MtUfHU

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