And the other song I could record this morning: Be Alright by Dean Lewis. I play it a bit slower than the original, because I like it better this way, but you’re free to play it at speed, of course.
Too busy playing theorbo this weekend, but finally time to record Mehfuz by Euphoria, a song from a Bollywood movie.
This was a special request from India. 🙂
Other job this morning was recording Tell Out, My Soul, an early 20th century hymn also known as Woodlands. I made an arrangement for solo guitar and an arrangement for a guitar accompaniment. Should be easy.
Last Calatayud of the weekend is his Suite Antigua, consisting of an Andante, Zarabanda and Pavana. Lovely music, but antigua? Not really, I think. Anyway, pages 24 and 25 of the book.
It’s Calatayud time again. Two of the bigger waltzes today and hopefully some small fry tomorrow. Here’s the first Vals from the Vals y Mazurka (Page 40 from the book).
Second Calatayud Vals of the day is the Vals en mi me or (Page 84).
Great song with a great guitar intro. Here’s another 80s request: Big Log by Robert Plant. It took awhile to finish because somehow it was a measure by measure job.
First arrangement of the year: And Yet by Sting from his 2013 album The Last Ship. Great song, bossa nova rhythm, jazzy chords, so what’s not to like? But it took me ages to finish this arrangement as it was tricky. I think it’s playable by now. This one’s for Peggy, who also requested Practical Arrangement, another song from The Last Ship.
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