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 for two guitars.
Recuerdos de la Alhambra
In Recuerdos de la Alhambra, written by the Spanish guitarist and composer Francisco Tarrega, this piece needs a convincing Round Robin. This version is an excerpt of the full piece.
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, upright bass and drums.
A highly personal arrangement for two guitars (made by Erik Otte for the former Netherlands Guitar Duo) based on this beautiful song from the West Side Story.
Also an arrangement, well actually a bit more, of this energetic piece from the West Side Story. All not original notes come out of the hands of Erik Otte.
A next flamenco snippet: Santuario, played by Paco Peña, in his collection for beginners (!). Also here alzapúa, rasgueados, slurs, golpes...
The famous Milonga, written By Jorge Cardoso. Made with the Instant Performance Patch. A very nice fast composing tool, without loss of sound quality.
The Concerto for two guitars and orchestra was written around 1998 by Erik Otte. Here a small fragment of the first movement, only the guitars in this track. Also made with the Instant Performance Patch.