Prelude Endecha is also known as prelude 34 and it in the key of D minor. Although this Tarrega piece is slow, it is not a song to be taken lightly. In fact I find it. Endecha – Oremus Preludios by Francisco Tarrega tab with free online tab player . One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. Prelude 34 Endecha In D Minor by Francisco Tarrega tab. One accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
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Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. File access restricted to members who have made at least 2 posts. New version of endecha also oremus aswell, I’m rubbish at recordng so there are a few mistakes that i don’t normally do, i think this gets across the general idea how i endechha it though.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Last edited by seosamh on Thu Jan 24, I wonder what your interpretation will sound like in a month?
Endecha by Francisco Tarrega
Another member, Scheju, posted a very good version of this with Prelude 11 and Oremus quite recently. I think you will enjoy that one.
There is also a lovely video recording by Wolfgang. Tarega Seosamh, You are doing very well to lay this one down in a day!
Prelude 34 in D minor (Endecha) by Francisco Tarrega – Classclef
Hello Seosamh, It is a great little piece—and it tarreta really well in combination as presented by Scheju, Best wishes, V. Ye just heard it!
So beautiful in its simplicity. A very nicely played piece indeed.
Endecha Francisco Tarrega – Played by Ross the Music Teacher
Hello seosamh, Very well done for recording this piece on the day you started it! You’ll find that many of us have the same story about leaving the guitar periodically and then coming back to finally settling with CG.
It is all about the “learning,” isn’t it? You have skill and courage. Board index All times are UTC.