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Prelude 15, op. 28 by Chopin (arr. Tarrega)

I just wanted to share a beautiful Chopin arrangement with you. It's public domain, but not easy to find online - I happened to find it on the National Library of Spain's digitized collection. Please share and leave a comment if you enjoy the recording :)

Download the score here: http://www.danielnistico.net/uploads/3/9/9/1/39910899/chopin_prelude_15_op_28.pdf

https://youtu.be/xIFlblLnMLM

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A little video about my teaching studio and my students.

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I love this little gem by Fernando Sor. Sor was a master at light filigree passages and this piece has a nice example.

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Emilio Pujol (1886-1980) – Becqueriana (Endecha)

Rima XXXVIII

Los suspiros son aire y van al aire.
Las lágrimas son agua y van al mar.
Dime, mujer, cuando el amor se olvida,
¿sabes tú adónde va?

Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (Sevilla, 1836 – Madrid,1870)

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Some years ago, I went to a concert of a exquisite Croatian guitarist who lives in Portugal, Dejan Ivanovich. His choice for the recital last piece was a sentimental and piercing little jewel - Nocturno by Slavko Fumić. Soon after I managed to contact Darko Petrinjak, who published the collected works by the Fumić brothers (Slavko and Rudolph).

The Fumić brothers were amateur - yet very inspired - musicians. Slavko, born in 1912 worked as a tram driver in the Zagreb Tramway Company, and conducted the company orchestra. His brother Rudolf (b. 1915) worked as a radio technician and a bank clerk. Both had a intense musical life, performing, composing and publishing their arrangements.

They both died in political prisons, in the end and aftermath of WWII - Slavko in 1944 and Rudolf in 1951.
https://youtu.be/rGzqUPkfigs

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