A Present for You – Some Classical Guitar Music

It was unseasonably warm for the end of October, so I took my guitar and digital recorder into the field at VCCA. I sat on the bench part of Craig Pleasants‘ sculpture, Heliotrope, and played a minuet by Henry Purcell for the birds and trees and haystacks.

So, below, for you, an imperfect recording of an imperfect live event.

 

classical guitar music Henry Purcell Minuet

 

More classical guitar music here.

 

8 Replies to “A Present for You – Some Classical Guitar Music”

  1. So nice! I agree, just as it is. Real. and instead of people coughing, birds.
    Thinking about applying to VCCA in the visual arts. Could you perhaps tell me something of your experience? Would I feel out of place at 66? (But a young spirit!)

    1. Thanks for the comment, Elinore.

      You should apply to VCCA, you won’t feel out of place. Every time I have been there it has been a very diverse group age-wise.

      It’s a good place, very low key. You can be as social or unsocial as you like. I’ve always been productive there and I’ve always found people there I stay in touch with long after my residency ends.

      Best,

      David

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