Shop for a great value Carlo Domeniconi Koyunbaba here at London Guitar Studio today! Were passionate about Flamenco and Classical guitars, so pop in and. In this exclusive interview, Carlo Domeniconi relates the meaning behind his Turkish-inspired solo guitar composition, “Koyunbaba”. March 13, ” Phenomenons, Carlo Domeniconi Interview” with composer Carlo Domeniconi, whose hypnotic, Turkish-inspired piece “ Koyunbaba”.

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This koyunbqba was last edited on 25 Novemberat Please see our Privacy Policy for details. Carlo Domeniconi Interview Total length: I can understand why carll initial post was so keen to learn it – it is haunting domehiconi quite beautiful. Read our Privacy Policy. The alternate tuning alone makes it a pain to program in a recital I’ve only seen it as a closer Of course ‘father’, and ‘koyun’ is sheep- ‘shepherd’. I’ve neither seen nor heard it.

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Other than that a great performance. Carlo Domeniconi — Koyunbaba. By using this site, you agree to the Terms cxrlo Use and Privacy Policy. I once saw Antigoni Goni in concert at Keene State College and she spent about five minutes tuning and it was very awkward.

Carlo Domeniconi: Koyunbaba – Classical Guitar

Domeniconi was born in CesenaItaly. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

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Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp. Is the transcription accurate? Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. Holy cow, I take it this piece requires more scordatura than simply the sixth string! I agree I enjoy listening to it but don’t feel like putting in the time to learn it.

I’m mixed on the piece actually. Complete your Carlo Domeniconi collection. Throughout the s it was particularly frequently programmed in concerts and recorded by numerous performers. The liner notes to a recording made by Domeniconi in for a Turkish record label state that the work is a suite pastoraledescribing “the natural beauty of a little bay” overlooking the Aegean Seawhere the saint was said to live centuries ago.


However, I also love listening to it — I koyunbava it quite a moving piece. I am tempted to retune me old guitar and try to learn some of it now!

Other than that a great performance. Is it a beautiful work? Domeniconi relates the story of how the area koyunbana seemingly cursed- numerous people who have attempted to rent or purchase the land from the Koyunbaba family have died or been stricken fomeniconi. Do you usually like this style of music? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. His works explore and borrow from a wide variety of national traditions, including Turkish, Indian, Brazilian, and many more.

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