Tuesday 31st January / posted by Graham Hawkes
“Eloquence Music” Guitar and Violin Duo is talented classical guitarist and composer Mathew Laurenson and exceptional violinist Sara Duhig.
This CD continues his journey of composition by exploring writing for violin and guitar duo, as well as the challenge of writing student repertoire. The violin opens up wonderful new musical possibilities with its ability to sustain long notes in a higher register. In contrast, whilst composing student repertoire is generally simpler and the pieces shorter in length; student repertoire does present challenges which he has enjoyed overcoming.Contact Mathew to get a copy
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