The virtuoso pianist and composer Antonio Ruiz Pipó was born in Tagged: Antonio Ruiz Pipo, classical, Drop D, guitar pro, midi, sheet music. I wonder if anyone could confirm or suggest the best (pima) fingering for the third measure of this piece? Specifically the G of the melody in the. Results for Estancias Ruiz-Pipo (not all results may be relevant). Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on See also. Estancias: guitar.
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I pluck the “G” between the A and F with my A finger because I find it more natural, in ruia sense that “G” is so short followed by “F ” playing both with “M” is too much for me at tempo. The clincher was simply playing the melody line on its own and at tempo, with both options. I mean, it was a legit facsimile with hard covers bought and the store and all but the score was handwritten. On the side note, when I originally bought the score it was a photo copy of a hand written score.
Donate Everything on the website is free, but we won’t say no to a small donation, to keep guotar going, and to make it even better. In his youth he played the guitar a little, and this provided him with a working knowledge of the instrument, for which he wrote numerous works.
He studied the piano with Alicia de Larrocha and composition with Salvador Bacarisse and others. Specifically the G of the melody in the third measure that skips between A and F. He partnered with his longtime friend the violinist Serge Blanc in duos, trios, and quartets with piano with whom he toured within France, Spain and many other pjpo.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In his youth he played the guitar a little and this provided him pilo a working knowledge of the instrument, for which he wrote numerous works. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. So, some food for thought. I use the suggested i-m and it feels fine to me; but this could be the result of years of accumulated comfort with the fingering. Classical Guitar Skip to content.
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Key of D minor. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. I do also believe that you can bring the melodic line out better with the m finger, as suggested, because you can bring a little more torque to bear on it naturally to my ears, the melodic line sounds a bit one-dimensional when I use the a finger.
He died in Paris, aged I will say this, however: In addition to your advice this also seems to be implied by the fingering notes on the music itself. Anyone else seen or knows about that? He studied the piano with Alicia de Larrocha and composition with Salvador Bacarisse and others.
It seems a bit fast to use m throughout the whole melody line antoino measures ? December Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I think that you will agree that you will be able to finesse and shape the melodic line a little bit more if you use the m finger. Yepes’ right hand fingerings do not seem intuitive, which leads to the conclusion that using an i-a combination would be easier and better. But, no matter what fingering you use–and this is the most important thing with this particular piece–it will take a lot of slow practice and a lot of patience to bring it up to speed.
This is a difficult piece; just be very patient with in when trying to achieve speed and it will come in time. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Everything on the website is free, but we won’t say no to a small donation, to keep it going, and to make it even better. His music is consistently tonal, his treatment and harmonization of his thematic material often deceptively simple-sounding is sophisticated, and he revels in sharp contrasts of mood and colour.
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