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» Concierto De Aranjuez - Enrique Pastor ギタ - Rodrigo Rodríguez 尺八, The Concierto de Aranjuez is a guitar concerto by the Spanish composer

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Beautiful! mellow.gif

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dQ4UNiDe8I


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Very much so.


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Very nice. An approximation of this beautiful theme can be played on a Native American flute in the relative major with some notes in the upper register as well.

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Thanks for sharing that, Prarie Wolf!

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You are most welcome! I've been going through the songs you and others have shared here and bookmarking those I really like. I enjoy Rodrigo Rodriguez's sound, a lot! It has been fun and interesting hearing the various shakuhachi artists and I thank you ALL for sharing what you discovered.

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Thanks for sharing that, Prarie Wolf!


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Thank you for sharing. I have always loved Miles Davis's rendition. This is perfect, beautiful, serene....amazing.


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You're most welcome! smile.gif Glad you enjoyed it. For me, it's kinda like a gift, finding a piece on You Tube that enchants me.

Here's one I discovered - haunting - An Feochan - Shakuhachi & Organ:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6t5W4d0Q2g

QUOTE(skyflute74 @ Oct 3 2017, 08:34 PM) *
Thank you for sharing. I have always loved Miles Davis's rendition. This is perfect, beautiful, serene....amazing.


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I found this, and several other You Tube videos of this song, but this is my favorite. Same player as in the An Feochan video - Geni Skendo. This version is incredible. I'm trying to teach it to myself. So, so beautiful! Shifu's Flute - Trail of the Angels
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0yfxOdLTX8


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