Posted by Bullard
- Play count: 557
Size: 2,502kb, uploaded 1/26/2008 3:18:15 PM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Unknown/None Chosen
Banjo and classical guitar
3 comments on “Bach Invention #2”
Friday, May 2, 2008 @8:35:57 PM
Very nice John. it is always a joy to hear anything from Bach played on any combination of instruments (okay, maybe not the bagpipes), and you do a wonderful job being true to the original and making it sound at home on the banjo.
I came here to hear your music after hearing someone else post a Back Prelude in Dm (AKA d for the classical music crowd). I've been dreaming (literally!) of Bach, Handel and Vivaldi on the banjo. The Baroque Banjo - that has a swell ring to it, doesn't it?
Thursday, June 26, 2014 @4:41:16 AM
fantastic, absolutely no pick noise either.. do you use fingerpicks on these.
amazing musicianship.. Kirby
Thursday, June 26, 2014 @4:54:47 AM
Thanks Kirby! Yes, I use finger picks...regular bluegrass set up...although I prefer a fairly loose set up for darker tone. I used to use brass finger picks cuz I felt the noise was less. Now I'm using Hoffmeyer picks because the tone is so good...but there is slightly more pick noise...always experimenting : )
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