It’s been an exciting year in the world of classical guitar. As it comes to an end, we take a look back at the most read and shared stories on classicalguitarmagazine.com for 2015. Read them all here and get to know the music, musicians, and instruments that matter!
We’ve all heard the old joke about how to get to Carnegie Hall. “Practice, practice, practice!”
I’m not necessarily a flamenco guitarist, but when I play some basic rasgueados and golpes on Córdoba’s F7 Paco, the sound is unmistakably Iberian.
Female guitarists—tocaoras—have existed only as a tiny, uncelebrated minority. Until now, that is.
I think that the movement towards authentic instruments, such as we have witnessed in the last 30 years, has been a magnificent movement and as such it has changed the historical face of music forever.
Here is Sakellariou performing Bach’s ‘Toccata and Fugue in D minor’ (BWV 565), a piece that has become a fixture in haunted houses and spooky cinema.
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