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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Domeniconi’s style is characterized by his adoption of multicultural influences. I LOVE hearing it played.
Nope, I don’t own the music, but there are a lot of folks here who hold that piece in high regard. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Retrieved from ” https: The guitar is tuned to an open C minor chord with this tuning: Retrieved 14 January The program closes with “Sonatina Mexican” for flute and guitar, performed by England’s Campbell Duo.
Close X Learn about Digital Video. I also believe Dyens to be a much deeper composer, but Domeniconi has written some interesting pieces. If I may ask, what is the draw of the piece?
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.
A modern suite for classic guitar solo in four movements, written in notation only.
I also believe Dyens to be a much deeper composer, but Domeniconi has written some interesting pieces. Domeniconi tells of two persons: I can understand why the initial post was so keen to learn it – it is haunting and quite beautiful. This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat In this exclusive interview, Carlo Domeniconi domrniconi the meaning behind his Turkish-inspired solo guitar composition, “Koyunbaba” pronounced with accent on the second syllableand his astonishment at the enormous world-wide popularity of his mysterious and hypnotic work.
The alternate tuning alone makes it a pain to program in a recital I’ve only seen it as a closer Is it a beautiful work?
Other than that a great performance. This name will appear next to your review. Domeniconi with a Luigi Mozzani guitar from Throughout the s it was particularly frequently programmed in concerts and recorded by numerous performers.
Public Radio Satellite System uplink: I’ve neither seen nor heard it. I am tempted to retune me old guitar and try to learn some of it now! I doubt I’ll ever be able to play it. Please do not use inappropriate language, including profanity, vulgarity, or obscenity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I’m mixed on the piece actually. koyunnaba
Carlo Domeniconi Domeniconi with a Luigi Mozzani guitar from I can understand why the initial post was so keen to learn it — koyunbaaba is haunting and quite beautiful. Making rapid progress, he won first prizes at the Ancona International Festival of Guitar in and Views Read Edit View history.
Other than that a great performance.
Carlo Domeniconi: Koyunbaba – Classical Guitar
Koyunvaba, I also love listening to it – I find it quite a moving piece. I once saw Antigoni Goni in concert at Keene State College and she spent about five minutes tuning and it was very awkward. Sorry but your review could not be submitted, please verify the form and try again. Although his kohunbaba include a wide variety of genres and instrumentation choices, he is best known for his works for solo guitar, and particularly the Koyunbaba suite.