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Lagrima F.Tarrega Double course guitar Kertsopoulos

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Published on Sep 22, 2007

Lagrima by Fransisco Tarrega played by Y.Kertsopoulos on a double course guitar tuned in octaves. In 1948 A.Segovia introduced the nylon string aesthetic of A.Augustine. The classical and flamenco guitar enjoys this aesthetic for more than sixty years and J.Bream, J.Williams, D.Fampas, G.Miliaresis,the Romero family, C.Parkening, Alirio Diaz, R.Dyens, A.Lagoya, I.Presti, L.Almeida, Evangelos & Liza, N.Mavroudis, V.Boudounis, C.Kotsiolis, K.Grigoreas, G.Mavroidis, Paco de Lucia, P.Pena, C.Montoya, Sabicas, Serranito are only a few of the guitarists that play with great success this aesthetic which has worldwide acceptance today. A.Barrios and H.V.Lobos played with metal strings while D.Prat, A.Lauro, F.Tarrega, R.Montoya played with gut strings. At the time of M.Giuliani, M.Carcassi, L.Legnani, F.Carulli, F.Sor, D.Aguado the guitar was strung with metal, gut and silk strings and had either double courses or single strings. Also further back in history G.Sanz, Bermudo, Brescianello played the guitar in higher pitched tunings and the triple strung guitarra battente was popular mainly in Italy. Y.Kertsopoulos introduced in 1994 the Kertsopoulos Aesthetics which as a multiplex open architecture scheme provide the possibility of reviving and realizing the many faces of the guitar's aesthetics, as they have been recorded in history. Among many guitarists that play the aesthetics Smaro Gregoriadou has made many succesful first world presentations of different aspects of aesthetic styles in guitar interpretation.

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