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He was, of course, successful in this, even managing to snag Andrew York as a backer. Michael has been playing guitar since the tender young age of 7, being largely self-taught and then guided later on in his learning career by Phil de Fremery who himself studied with Segovia and Oscar Ghiglia.
Hah hah! And why not? Fantastic, I say! Lovely work. This comes through very clearly and Michael has this in absolute spades. Recordings of Segovia, Williams and, of course, Bream? Lots of Bream!
Limiting yourself in terms of the fantastic approaches some of the newer and up-and-coming players on the scene have to well-trodden repertoire. Limiting yourself in terms of listening to some really beautiful tone production, approaches to shaping and phrasing and playing the music we love.
Limiting yourself in terms of exploring forgotten repertoire that some of the newer players are bringing to light again, as well as newer repertoire. Larousse plays with a fantastically warm and round tone, a great deal of clarity and sensitvity in his playing. Like this: Like Loading June 10, June 9, Nicole Neal 1 Comment. Yup, me too. And the likes of Isbin, Parkening, Bonell and so on. And here are some videos to whet your appetite….
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