Posted by Shilohbanjoman, written by Leo Brouwer
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Size: 1,605kb, uploaded 1/20/2009 12:52:07 AM
Genre: Classical / Playing Style: Classical
This is a modern classical etude written by film score composer, Leo Brouwer. It has an almost hypnotic quality. This is a good piece to work on if you're also a banjo player, since the right hand patterns are similar to banjo rolls. It was recorded on the Taylor as well.
Chris Blake Says:
Monday, October 13, 2014 @3:29:57 PM
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 @9:59:42 PM
Thanks you so much for your kind words. I consider myself a lifelong student of music. I think you would like some of violanjo's music. He is one of the most inspiring players I have heard on the hangout! He does a lot of advanced classical material on banjo and even wrote a concerto for banjo! One of the movements is on YouTube. You should ask him about the link. I have a classical piece for banjo on here called "Baroque Style Banjo" that you might like a swell. It should be pretty easy to find Violanjo...he is one of my friends on here. Thanks again and your words are very much appreciated.
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