Andres Segovia - Asturias





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Published on Apr 19, 2006

Andres Segovia playing Asturias, awesome vid

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areste was the mysterious of stars. of my favorite.
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Remote Viewer 1
My ear hears technical precision and my heart hears the passion he emotes in such detail. My overall pressing is both power and subtlety placed exactly where he wants it.
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Hannu Mäkynen
Old school gentleman ultimate quitar playing.
Λευτέρης Κυριακίδης
Ο Andres Segovia (Αντρές Σεγόβια Τόρρες 1893 - 1987) ήταν Ισπανός κιθαριστής, βιρτουόζος στην κλασσική κιθάρα.Πλέον, θεωρείται ως ένας από τους σπουδαιότερους κιθαριστές όλων των εποχών. Πολλοί σημερινοί επαγγελματίες κιθαριστές υπήρξαν μαθητές του ή μαθητές των μαθητών του.
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Edgar Siscar
Señor Andres Segovia was born in Linares, Jaén, Spain. He was sent at a very young age to live with his uncle Eduardo and his wife María. Eduardo arranged for Segovia's first music lessons with a violin teacher after recognizing that Segovia had an aptitude for music. This proved to be an unhappy introduction to music for the young Segovia because of the teacher's strict methods, and Eduardo stopped the lessons. His uncle decided to move to Granada to allow Segovia to obtain a better education; after arriving in Granada, Segovia recommenced his musical studies. Segovia was aware of flamenco during his formative years as a musician but stated that he "did not have a taste" for the form and chose instead the works of Sor, Tárrega and other classical composers. Tárrega agreed to give the self-taught Segovia some lessons but died before they could meet and Segovia states that his early musical education involved the "double function of professor and pupil in the same body". Segovia's contribution to the music is the classic Spanish guitar which he proved to be a classical music instrument. His influence now reaches the modern guitarists that includes, among others, John Williams, Al di Meola, Paco de Lucia and John McLaughlin.
Elko kuda
Hermoso, esta composicion e interpretacion te ilumina, te lleva a un estado sobrehumano...
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James Mack
this dude could not give less of a fuck about meter. like each lingering chord is a gift, awesome.
Of all the guitar players in recorded history no one can touch the genuine and true sound and feel that Segovia can produce.  I have listened to them all and none satisfies like Andres Segovia. I have heard him play in person and was amazed at his genuine genius. There is such a thing as being in complete harmony and he does it best.
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Vic Val
Whoever are the 380 thumbs down to the best performer of this song in the world toward Maestro Segovia (who at his age still having an amazing reflexes and memory) is a psychopath lost in hell in this world.
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