Banjo Hangout Logo
Banjo Hangout Logo

Premier Sponsors

409
Banjo Lovers Online


Discussion Forum

Want to hide these Google ads? Join the Players Union!

 All Forums
 Playing the Banjo
 Playing Advice: All Other Styles
 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Romantic Banjo - Frantisek Max Knize


Please note this is an archived topic, so it is locked and unable to be replied to. You may, however, start a new topic and refer to this topic with a link: http://www.banjohangout.org/archive/360311

Ondrej - Posted - 01/13/2020:  06:57:16


I arranged a guitar song by F.M.Knize for banjo.

It has a name Monferin No. II.



 





CV: Frantisek Max Knize (1784-1840) a composer, singer, player on the viola and the bassoon in the Estates Theatre in Prague, but mainly guitar virtuoso and the author of the first Czech school of

guitar. As a composer he builds on Carl Maria von Weber and ending epoch of classicism. But at the same time he begins to use romantic patterns and as well as his contemporary Franz Schubert he composes songs with accompaniment of the piano or the guitar.

 


G Edward Porgie - Posted - 01/13/2020:  07:38:03


Very nice. I always look forward to your playing, partly because you choose interesting music that goes beyond the usual banjo repertoire, and of course, partly because you play well.

Please keep up the good work.

Ondrej - Posted - 01/15/2020:  02:32:25


quote:

Originally posted by G Edward Porgie

Very nice. I always look forward to your playing, partly because you choose interesting music that goes beyond the usual banjo repertoire, and of course, partly because you play well.



Please keep up the good work.






Hi George. Thank you for your very kind response. Ondrej



The next song is Monferine No. XI.


Edited by - Ondrej on 01/15/2020 02:35:44


Ondrej - Posted - 01/21/2020:  00:25:48


III. Fortschreitende lectionen by Frantisek Max Knize 




Hangout Network Help

View All Topics  |  View Categories

0.0625