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Carlo Domeniconi

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I’ve neither seen nor heard it. If I may ask, what is the draw of the piece?

Is it a beautiful work? I’m mixed on the piece actually. I LOVE hearing it played. However, I don’t know if I’d want to put in the effort to learn the piece.


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The alternate tuning alone makes it a pain to program in a recital I’ve only seen it as a closer I’m sure at some point, I’ll actually take a look at the piece, and try koyunbab work on it. But right now, I’ve got my pieces already set which I’m going to be doing for my graduate recital in 2 years I doubt I’ll ever be able to play it. It koyunbaa been recorded by John Williams, William Kanengiser, and probably others. To see and hear a phenomenal performance carllo this, take a look at the teenage Li Jie playing it, on youtube: I agree I enjoy listening to it but don’t feel like putting in the time to learn it.

I once saw Antigoni Goni in concert at Keene State College and she spent about five minutes tuning and it was very awkward.


Other than that a great performance. The first one has a rather haunting melody, but that’s about it. Holy cow, I take it this piece requires more scordatura than simply the sixth string!


The guitar is tuned to an open C minor chord with this tuning: Nope, I don’t own the music, but there are a lot of folks here who hold that piece in high regard. I also believe Dyens to be a much deeper composer, but Domeniconi has written some interesting pieces.

However, I also love domenkconi to it – I find it quite a moving piece. I can understand why the initial post was so keen to learn it – it is haunting and quite beautiful.

I am tempted to retune me old guitar and try to learn some of it now! Board index All times are UTC.