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#2 Choro da Saudade


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thetiler

 Genre: Classical

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This is the second version of what I did a week ago.
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Hits: 5042
Comments: 34
Fans: 22
Plays: 260
Downloads: 41
Votes: 12
Uploaded: Jul 06, 2007 - 09:20:13 PM
Last Updated: Oct 12, 2007 - 10:30:50 AM Last Played: Jan 24, 2015 - 09:10:05 PM
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preamp RNP
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Comments
said 3790 days ago (July 6th, 2007)
This is inspired
I was just listening to Armik as I came here and paused it to listen to you, beautiful stuff my friend!
where do you get it from, you sure you ain't from Espana?
thetiler said 3790 days ago (July 6th, 2007)
I think
having fresh strings helps. Really, especially the classical guitar. I love playing with them. I just wish I could have a robot around so I don't have to hassle with changing them. They say about two weeks is the avg. for changing. But I guess it can very in that if you really do intense playing.

Thanks much Tom for commenting and your participation in MJ!
Thanks on both counts!
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legato said 3790 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
muy bueno
Tu musica es muy bonito. I am learning Spanish and wanted to impress you senior Tiler. Translation is "your music is very lovely" It's been awhile almost a couple of years since I last posted music. It is good to see someone from the old days.

Thanks for sharing this one
Patrick
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thetiler said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Glad to see you back
legato, really enjoyed your latest tune.

Thanks for posting here.
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composerclark said 3790 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Beautiful.
A more introspective and free version than the last one, but very soulful and lovely as well. It's a Segovia-like approach, meaning very, very romantic (as in the romantic period). It's obvious that you're feeling the music deeply.

Beautiful.

I notice in both versions that you have an uusually dark sound for classical guitar. It's a nice sound, just far darker than other classical guitar recordings, and I am wondering if this is because your guitar itself is a fairly dark sounding instrument, and/or if you equalized the sound in such a way as to emphasize lower frequencies?
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thetiler said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Mic-ing
Thanks for the input. I wanted to bring out the depth of the guitar with out the treble sounding too plastic like. One thing I noticed in the steel string is that there is more substance to the 1st and 2nd strings, if played and recorded right, especially playing beautifully constructed acoustic pieces. It is a fine line trying to record both type of instruments because both are so demanding to mic right. It's an eternal quest I think to get that holy grail of recording perfection, especially with the nylon stringed 1st, 2nd and third strings.

Thanks for the input!
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bronco said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Ah Yes
Within you there is a passionate, romantic emotion which really comes out in this playing! To me that's one of the attractions of playing music is that you can put your emotions into your playing and gain a sort of release. I bet you feel more relaxed when you are playing then at any other time. The intense concentration that you obviously have to have to play guitar at this level doesn't leave any room for anything else and in essence you have escaped the world for awhile and all of us who listen can do the same. Thank you!
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thetiler said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
thanks
"Within you there is a passionate, romantic emotion which really comes out in this playing! To me that's one of the attractions of playing music is that you can put your emotions into your playing and gain a sort of release. I bet you feel more relaxed when you are playing then at any other time. The intense concentration that you obviously have to have to play guitar at this level doesn't leave any room for anything else and in essence you have escaped the world for awhile and all of us who listen can do the same. Thank you! " Bronco

Ya,thanks bronco. for me instead of going tot he bar or pig out. I go to the guitar. I don't drink or smoke so the guitar really is a habit for me. I love playing things that are really catchy though, I don't really do things that are to far way out there. But if it is a very catchy melody, it is something that I am very addicted to as long as it deals with fingerstyle methods.

Thanks again for all the kind words.
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thetiler said 3730 days ago (September 5th, 2007)
Thanks bronco
Ya, it is an outlet for sure!
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RickW said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Wonderful tones
Wonderful tones Bill, and a masterfully executed piece.

God bless,

Rick

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TobinMueller said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Pure delight
Understated, so right. Simply marvelous.
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jiguma said 3789 days ago (July 7th, 2007)
Lovely stuff Bill!
:)
Neil
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said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
Mr. Tiler .. againg
I know that it's the 2nd version of the one before ..
but i think this is more than great .. this also not just favorite .. because favorite mean you like it !!
THIS IS THE ONE OF THE "BEST" Musics that i've heard it at MacJams .. and really need to vote as 10-10-10-10 ..
Thanks so much for this great piece .. i really enjoyed it ..
This is great performance with cool quality and therefore Wonderful music from a MASTER GUITAR PLAYER.
Please keep posting in this style

Regardz
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Yeman Auf Al-Rawi
thetiler said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
Thanks so much
for the nice post Birdman!
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Ed Hannifin said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
What I need...
...is a fancy DeputyDoofy script that'll just automatically 'fave' whatever you post. Save me a lot of time...

I'm actually not a big classical guitar fan or listener, Bill, in 'real life', but you bring such focus and passion to whatever corner of guitaristry you're working on, that something of you comes through that is always worth hearing...

Ed
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Morris R said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
Another great one
I don't visit this site very often, but whenever I do I try to hear some of your music. Each time it just blows me away; you got such an amazing feel and technique, and this is just jam packed with heart. Wow.
Moviz said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
Just Beautiful,
Do you perform in public as well for us at MJ, because people fill halls playing like this? I can't find words for the pleasure talent like this brings; Just Beautiful, M
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thetiler said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
I've have been playing
at the Bluebird Cafe doing my own material but I have played classical material in formal places. I did play at the Mariott Center at BYU in front of thousands. I played the Prelude number #! by Villa Lobos. Thanks for stopping by!
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kristyjo said 3788 days ago (July 8th, 2007)
This is also very nice
Without listening to both of them together, I can't say I noticed much difference, except that this one seems to flow even more naturally from the guitar to my heart!
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thetiler said 3787 days ago (July 9th, 2007)
Thanks kristyjo
For stopping by and commenting.
The flow of this one is a more classical oriented oriented as to the sequences of the sections.
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eleveneyes said 3784 days ago (July 12th, 2007)
Citsatnaf...
Which is fantastic spelled backwards.
I enjoyed this completely. Great piece and performance!
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MJG said 3784 days ago (July 12th, 2007)
The Tiler
Alway's at the top of your acoustical classical playing. Very nice acoustic performance.
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Dj French Toast said 3784 days ago (July 13th, 2007)
This is
Frickin sweet dude . Downloaded . That is all
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thetiler said 3782 days ago (July 14th, 2007)
Thanks
Eleveneyes, DJFT and MJG
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John Stebbe said 3775 days ago (July 21st, 2007)
Great, Bill.
Bill, what a great sound. Fine intonation and articulation. Wonderful rubatos and excellent control throughout.

Well-recorded as usual.
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thetiler said 3775 days ago (July 21st, 2007)
Thanks
John, for stopping by. Enjoyed your latest tune as well !
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Ibstrat said 3765 days ago (July 31st, 2007)
Great
I have several versions of famous classical players playing this piece-I must say yours is one of my favorites.Classical guitarists I think tend to put too much emphasis on absolute perfection and often forget about playing with emotion.(Oh no! I made a slight squeaking sound when I shifted my hand!)
I got to see Julian Bream play a couple of times-he made lots of mistakes but the FEELING was there.(Not
that you are making any mistakes.)You certainly know how to play with feeling!

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thetiler said 3765 days ago (July 31st, 2007)
Thanks Ib
I appreciate you stopping by! Glad to hear you saw Julian in concert. He is an incredible classical guitarist!
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willnlf said 3765 days ago (July 31st, 2007)
Your playing
is always satisfying and relaxing. I admire your skill. As I think I've written about other pieces, it works for me when I'm working late. Settles me before I head for home. Thanks!
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notsosweet said 3643 days ago (November 30th, 2007)
Thoughtful,
understated, elegant. Again, this is what happens when you place a guitar in the rights hands.
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thetiler said 3641 days ago (December 2nd, 2007)
Got to
thank you so much for stopping by and hearing so many of my latest tunes!
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magnatone said 3570 days ago (February 11th, 2008)
You've Got Chops!
I'm starting to listen to your work, and then this piece w/classical guitar and all those hard reaches. This is a beautiful piece of music, the sound resonates and your transitions up and down the frets are remarkable. I'll be listening to a lot more of you! thanks
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thetiler said 2495 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Thanks
magnatone
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Briguy777 said 2495 days ago (January 21st, 2011)
Incredible.
I've slowly been teaching myself classical guitar and hope someday to play as phenomenal as you.
Excellent work!
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