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Title – tags if known e. For more details see instructions here. File access restricted to members who have made at least 2 posts. Those lovely variations are actually the first CG piece I ever heard. It was on a cassette and played by Segovia only without one of the variations added here. So I have some sentiments to this one. I’d love to here diferencuas comments. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
This is one for my ‘keepers’ folder for sure, it just happens to be one of the first ddiferencias I remember hearing too. I enjoyed your performance. I have to dig out and dust off my sheetmusic and resurrect this lovely piece. Was that the way it was recorded on the cassette?
I’m working on a bit of Narvaez, including both pieces in this – so to me guarda,e is quite interesting and enjoyable. Lovely recording, very stylishly done and a well-chosen tempo. Very good recorded sound, too.
I’m interested in those “extra” variations as I thought the ones we’re used to hearing are the only differencias there are for this piece. Since this work is one of difetencias very first examples of theme and variations in music, I would have thought that the “official” version would have been fixed a long, long time ago.
Nice clean playing with great emotion. I really liked that “non-Segovia variation. Thank you for letting us hear it. About the variations, the Segovia recording did not include the third variation.
I also saw a score that did not include the second slow xobre. I don’t know why that is and I would like to know if there are more variations out there. Are they copyright arrangements? I’m sure a lot of members would like to track them down, Best wishes, V.
Part one it the thema then three variations in the same tonality and three other variations in another tonality. Here you are playing parts one, two, then parts five and six, and then back to parts three and four.
I don’t worry about virtuosity.
Diferencias sobre ‘Guárdame las vacas’ (Narváez, Luys de)
I do what I like to do. If I’m a virtuoso, that’s great. If not, I’m doing what I like to do. Always interesting hearing a piece that I’m currently trying to get my fingers round.
You play it well. I was surprised at the tempo change in parts five and six and wanted it to go faster. I’d learned the first four parts from the Delcamp Volume5 sheet music which has only 4 parts.
I’ve enjoyed playing that version and then heard the Narciso Yepes version which has seven parts and I bought his transcribed sheet music so I could extend my version. The Yepes transcription was in a different key Dm? I think it’s easier to play in Am. I’ve transposed the 3 new to me parts down to Am to match the parts I already know. It sounds a bit bass heavy compared with the Narvaez version as you’d probably guess. Cheers ps – Luthval – what do you mean by two different tonalities?
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Do you mean that it was originally in two different keys? Last edited by sender on Mon Dec 31, 5: I love this piece – amazing to think it was written in the s. I’ve enjoyed playing that version and then heard the Luys de Narvaez version which has seven parts and I bought his transcribed sheet music so I could extend my version.
The Narvaez transcription was in a different key Dm? Doh; could have saved myself some money there! I’ve just had a look at Delcamp Volume5 sheet music and the ‘other 3 parts’ that are in the Luys de Narvaez transcription are on page 6 – ‘Tres diferencias por otra parte’ Board index All times are UTC.