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Bist du Bei Mir, JS Bach BWV 508, a lovely piece
Prelude #1 Villa Lobos
Claire de Lune
Adagio :) Aranjuez
I hope I didn't overlook in case it is already suggested, but besides more transcriptions from the Bach Cellosuites or from the Violin Sonatas and Partitas there is one piece in particular that I would love to have a Tutorial here: Milonga by Jorge Cardoso
For myself, I very much enjoy the rendition for guitar of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata by Eric Henderson. Although I am working on learning to read music, up until this point I am learning everything using lessens and tutorials as provided on this amazing website.
I would love to see a tutorial on this piece, in fact I would like to play it for my girlfriend who I plan to marry as part of wedding ceremony. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.
Maybe Macedonian Girl by Tadic?
I think Agua e Vinho would also be a good one.
Been a member here for a few months. Have my plate full with Capricho Arabe, Cancio de Cuna and a few others, but what I would love to see is Lament by Andrew York. or even Sunburst. Love the tutorials, and glad I found this site since we've all been cooped up. Thanks.
I just finished listening to your (Tavi's) extended rendition of the Robert deVisee suite on six guitars (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9txAuSil2G8) I would love to learn more of these, especially the Gigue (starting at 6:45). I have a recording of Liona Boyd playing this from 30 years ago which I enjoyed -- maybe not as much as your rendition of these pieces. Any of the six as tutorials would be welcome -- in addition to the Prelude which I just learned. Thanks, Dan
Songs id like to see:
El Negrito by Antonio Lauro
Maria by Fransico Tarrega
Preludio in E Minor
Preludio in C Minor by Barrios
Maxixe by Barrios
Plus 1 for Canarios! I am learning it now, and would love to have a video tutorial on that. The style and performance instructions/comments in the videos are something you don't get from the sheet music :-)
Danza Brasilera from Jorge Morel....Tavi, i see the wonderful performance from you on YouTube, i would be glad to see a tutorial to this!
How often do they add additional lessons?
I would love to have instruction for Schubert’s Lob der Thränen. I don’t know how to add the youtube performance here, but my favorite version is at this link: https://youtu.be/iVaszgduRY0
I have just finished learning La Catedral, thanks to the WONDERFUL instruction of Ines. A thousand thanks to a terrific, patient teacher!
Would love to be able to play Sevilla by Isaac Albeniz one day in the tutorials section.
Just wanted to say that the available selection of tutorials available for different skill levels are awesome. Thanks for offering such a valuable learning tool. On that note it would be nice to see a tutorial lesson on Bach's Prelude BWV 1006a or Barrios' Vals op. 8 No. 4.
How about ”Home” by Andrew York. Could you add it to future lessons? Thank you.
Bossa en re from Jorge Morel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhblZU1c88A
Just a suggestion for everyone, it might be better to post your tutorial requests in here to keep them all in the same place rather than start a new topic for every new piece. It would help the tutors scroll through all the requests in one place if they need any help deciding what to choose next.