Handel – passacaglia grooveguitar Doberman-Yppan DO (Quebec, Canada), Handel’s Suite VII as transcribed by David Russell. 19thcenturyguitarist wrote: Mostly those roll things towards the ending is that what you were talking about when you said florishes? But that is.

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Apssacaglia rules Respect Copyrights: Mostly those roll things towards the ending But that is done commonly in mid to late 19thcentury music. I dont think purists would agree to Russell’s take on those rolls.

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You can clearly see what he is doing at the end which is the same as what Russell plays as well at least in another video that I saw of Russell playing the same piece. Moderato, there’s a video on YouTube of someone playing Russell’s transcription I believe. The think the way the piece ends in that video is one of the things that makes it so alluring, I kind of wish Oassacaglia added that to the transcription.


Thanks, it doesn’t look too complicated to figure out from that. I guess I’m just going to have to buy the transcription and give it go. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

The fingering is sparse, exactly when it is most needed. See this example in Drop D. PLaying this whilst maintaining the bass is a bit of hard work: ANd bits, such as this below are impossible to play as written i. It’s a great transcription, but it is frustrating to learn from and requires a lot of alteration.

Very annoying, and not what I would expect of Mr Rusell. Very good in whole though, just That isnt cool of D. I would blame the publishing house, but, D.

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I mean I would if i was going to put my stamp of approval and associate it with my name. I’d guirar tooth comb it. If what i say is remotely true, I hope he publishes a revision with the exact way he plays it. That could be it, 19thCG! It, should be treated as an individual piece and should be allowed to be performed as a solo piece.


Gjitar vitality and virtuosity alone should grant this notion. I say this only to defend it as ahendel solo piece in the “purists” eyes. They would want Handel’s suite to be played in concert naturally as a whole. I am looking forward to the next time D. I have seen his concert programs for the last couple months posted here on the delcampforum. He is touring the Suite No. That should be fantastic!


psssacaglia Wow you have already seen him live? I saw Williams, most every GFA winner since the 90’s, Koshkin, lots of notable european guitarists, but never Russell!

It’s the only way we’re going to get accurate clues I’ll say it again, some cavalier soul please throw caution to the wind and surreptitiously video his left hand when he performs Passacaglia. Board index All times are UTC.