Recuerdos de la Alhambra
In Recuerdos de la Alhambra, written by the Spanish guitarist and composer Francisco Tárrega, this famous tremolo piece needs a convincing Round Robin. This version is a bit shorter than the original piece, no repeats.
An example of Espressivo Note Connection, there is a YT walkthrough available on this website. It shows how easy it is to produce a really espressivo phrase with Evocación.
The original title is Serenata ingenua, written by Rodrigo Riera for guitar solo. It is a typical, very sentimental piece in the Venezolan style with a molto rubato way of singing/playing. Here in an arrangement of Erik Otte for two guitars.
The Prelude from La Catedral, composed by Agustin Barrios. Carefully edited with all necessary patches: open strings, espressivo higher positions, molto espressivo, tirando in all positions, harmonics.....
The third movement from La Catedral, composed by Agustin Barrios: Allegro solemne. Edited with these patches here: open strings, non vibrato and tirando in different positions and of course the real slurs.
This beautiful piece from the first movement of the Ibéria Suite, composed by Isaac Albéniz for piano, has been arranged for and performed often on two guitars. Here a snippet in the duo version.
Bossa Nova improvisation
A small improvisation in the Bossa Nova style, where the solo guitar starts improvising. You will hear a quartet with a second bossa guitar playing the chords, upright bass and drums.
A fast mockup of this piece, famous for many classical guitarists, with only this basic patch: non vibrato, first position.