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AGUSTIN BARRIOS MANGORE. Chôro da saudade. The Guitar School – Iceland Page 2. Choro da Saudade – A Popular Classic. The Paraguayan composer and guitar virtuoso, Augustin Barrios Mangoré (), is considered. Check out Choro de saudade by Béla Bánfalvi & Augustine Barrios Mangore Georgi Moravsky on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s .

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I heard Chork Assad play it from about ten feet away and was awed. And it’s interesting to read the discussion too. Add Videos on this page Add a video related to this sheet music. I will record the piece again next week and we will see what the result is. You are not connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment: Funny that you should mention the storytelling, Cass.

A great job with a bardios piece. Please log in or create a free account so you can: But I’m always open to listening to new interpretations of this barios composition. The “small bits” aspect is that when you play a passage, even if only a beat or two at a much higher BPM, you start to train your fingers to move faster.

Chôro da saudade (Barrios Mangoré, Agustín)

Hope that answers your question! When you go back and play that phrase in the piece, the work you did on the bits is there in the fingers and it does bring up the tempo quicker than playing the entire section and slowly moving it up a few clicks. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. I hope that you continue to post updates–it would be fascinating to follow how this evolves. Brazilian – Choro – Chorinho. I found a video performance dated featuring Williams playing ‘Choro da Saudade’ The composition is a choro, of course, the structure of the music has the form of a rondo – A, B, Cnoro, C, B, A.


Then I concentrated barrio the same manner on the B section and then the C section. Log in or sign up for free and participate in the Free-scores. At the end you are very clear and not to fast.

Part of the problem was due to a few misconceptions I had about what was “allowable”. So the piece is intensely emotional for him.

This recording is unedited, and I used my Zoom H4n without any post processing. The manuscript was written out by Barrios indedicated to Americo Camargo, the son of a good friend who had died tragicly young.

Free sheet music : Barrios Mangoré, Agustín – Choro da Saudade (Guitar solo (standard notation))

I went to an Oscar Ghilia masterclass a few weeks ago and he talked about what story the music is telling. Exaggerate the contrast, record these bits and listen back if you like the result. There are some parts that did not sound as legato as they should, which is what I’ve been focusing on this week, and so I have been playing it pretty much straight time trying to get pulse correct before adding rubato.

You are asking of your beginning Thanks to the highly estimated English guitarist, John Williamsthe guitar music compositions of Barrios finally were saved from oblivion bafrios a selection of these were recorded by Williams in the mids.

My teacher helped clear those up today. Create a quick account: You’ll find various examples uploaded at YouTube of performances of the piece, some of them differ in interpretation of tempo and execution – not all classical trained guitarists have the same conception of the music.


Yes, I see it all comes down to efficient practice — and clear definition of goals. It really depends on the student’s difficulties and tendencies. I remember as I played the piece, that while I was keeping all those plates in the air, I sometimes forgot where I was in the repeat, but was determined to keep going no matter what! I have hair like Judicael Perroy There are some critics about this interpretation but I find it very logical and natural Anyway, I didn’t know that Atkins recorded the piece, but why not?

An interesting version is the one by Chet Atkins on his “Solo Flights”-album. When I learned this piece, I first concentrated on the A section, worked on it phrase by phrase and brought it up to tempo although it was still really too slowmore on that later. In fact, while listening this morning the day after recordingI almost spit my coffee out when I heard my flub right near the end where I missed the D at the peak of the phrase.

Thus enabling the hand to reach to higher positions. I meant to play the piece as written as far as repeats go, but I tried for continuity first and foremost rather than stopping or trying to fix it on the fly. Be the first to write down a comment.