Leo Brouwer, "Un Dia de Noviembre"
Fingering: Renato Bellucci
Un Día de Noviembre, A Day in November is one of those pieces I define as "Prayer"... they invite the listener to look inside and go to that place we all carry within where the most valuable things in our life reside. Music is a key or a secret passage that allows us get a glimpse of the marvels that await for us in Paradise. A handful of pieces have the power to take us there. Brouwer was born in March 1939. He is a Cuban composer that influenced a whole generation of players in the early 80s at a time when the guitar repertoire seemed stagnant. His knowledge of the instrument allowed him to compose pieces that fit the guitar to perfection and his musical vision is truly inspired.
Un Día de Noviembre
Leo Brower, Cuba, March 1939
Staff and Video 1
Get the elbow in contact with the side of yor body in order to reach the Low G on string 6. Rotate the wrist and bring the wrist forwatd to play the F/C double stop at the beginning of the last measure.
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