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    "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Y'all,

    This is my "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute" for two guitars.

    Best Regards,

    Larry G. Alexander


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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Hello Larry,

    What a delightful guitar piece! So uplifting and written in a very classical style (with some pitch bending), almost like a harpsichord part. But it has some typical guitar turns and the sound of the instrument is so good. Lovely piece indeed! I enjoyed the listen a lot.
    Jos
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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Hamburg View Post
    Hello Larry,

    What a delightful guitar piece! So uplifting and written in a very classical style (with some pitch bending), almost like a harpsichord part. But it has some typical guitar turns and the sound of the instrument is so good. Lovely piece indeed! I enjoyed the listen a lot.
    Jos
    My goodness! What a nice message! Thanks very much, my friend Max.

    My best to you.

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Lovely music with a wonderful guitar play. I liked in particular that contrast between the slow and quick part appearing at around 0:36. Overall it gives me a nice baroque feel.
    Thank you Larry.

    Kjell

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Oh, that is the real you! Full of wit, harmony, tempo and love of music. Also, I know that you are a "senior" person, but this, as an example, proves that years lived mean nothing, when your brain is as fresh as yours!
    Really, a great piece.
    Ted

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Quote Originally Posted by kjelleman View Post
    Lovely music with a wonderful guitar play. I liked in particular that contrast between the slow and quick part appearing at around 0:36. Overall it gives me a nice baroque feel.
    Thank you Larry.

    Kjell
    Thanks very much, Mister Swedish Dude. I appreciate your comments.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Oh, that is the real you! Full of wit, harmony, tempo and love of music. Also, I know that you are a "senior" person, but this, as an example, proves that years lived mean nothing, when your brain is as fresh as yours!
    Really, a great piece.
    Ted
    I thank you, Mister Ted, for your kind support through the years. I am pleased that you like my compositional efforts.

    Tengas buen dia, mi amigo.

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Gracias Don Larry.

    Teodoro

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Quote Originally Posted by tedvanya View Post
    Gracias Don Larry.

    Teodoro


    LGA

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    Re: "Just A Fingerpickin' Minute"

    Hi Larry,

    I loved that last chord and the whole piece actually.

    I listened to it the first time as a whole and then again with one ear tuned into the second guitar’s counterpoint foundation.

    Great work!




    Phil

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