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Concierto de Aranjuez


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H3nry

 Genre: Classical

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by Joaquin Rodrigo
In memory of Paco De Lucia.
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Uploaded: Mar 13, 2014 - 04:10:05 PM
Last Updated: Mar 13, 2014 - 04:10:05 PM Last Played: Mar 25, 2017 - 01:27:04 AM
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Logic 9, Orchestra Jam Pack
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Marino_Experiment said 1171 days ago (March 13th, 2014)
Concierto de Aranjuez
Juaquin Rodrigo's Concierto Aranjuajez is an amazingly beautiful piece of music...!
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H3nry said 1171 days ago (March 13th, 2014)
Beautiful . . .
Isn't it? Miles Davis introduced me to it. One of these days I'll do a synth version, but when I head Paco had passed, I thought of a guitar and chamber orchestra version like he recorded.
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paul f. page said 1170 days ago (March 14th, 2014)
Such sadness...
...painted with a delicate musical touch. I'm not sure who's playing the guitar here...You need more descriptive notes, Henry.
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H3nry said 1170 days ago (March 15th, 2014)
Guitar
is faked on the old Roland keyboard. It'd be a lot faster if I could actually play a guitar. No need to go back and pencil in the finger squeaks and fret buzzes. The guitar patch is one of the dozens in the Jam Packs. Logic is an amazing amount of fun for $200.
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davajonah said 1170 days ago (March 15th, 2014)
Paco De Lucia
Wonderful, delicate rendition of a lovely piece. Great use of the Orchestra Jam Pack presets! Is it you on guitar, or did you programme it? Sounds great anyway. I'd love to hear a synthed up version of this. I hope you do it!
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H3nry said 1170 days ago (March 15th, 2014)
A synth version
has been on my list for a while. There are a dozen or so classics in various stages on the Mac. The big one is a full scale Logic "performance" of the Rite of Spring. I posted an older version done in Vision for my Roland MIDI modules a couple of years ago. It bombed at MJ, which isn't a great stage for long orchestral pieces.
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PeterB7858 said 1167 days ago (March 17th, 2014)
Concierto de Aranjuez
This really is a classic guitar concerto. I have several versions but none with Paco. It was a sad day when he passed away. You have done a fantastic job of reproducing the guitar part via the Roland, Henry. Really impressive. The composition dynamics are equally impressive. This must have taken quite a while... In awe. Thanks, Peter.
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H3nry said 1167 days ago (March 18th, 2014)
See?
Now that you know how it was done, you can't help listening to the technique instead of the music. Of course we're all wannabee musicians, so we listen closely, but it's easier to just hear a performance if you aren't checking to see if something sounds convincing.
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mystrag said 1167 days ago (March 17th, 2014)
Paco
Ah, Paco passed away? I was so out of touch that I didn't even know it. I remember seeing him live with McLaughlin and Di Meola many years ago... Thank you for this nice rendition of a classic.
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VicDiesel said 1156 days ago (March 29th, 2014)
Aranjuez
Always a lovely piece to listen to.

Nice job on the electronic orchestration.

Eh, around 4:50 did you forget to transpose the clarinet? Something is strange.
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