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Third Movement (from December Suite for Guitar)


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Tom Atwood

 Genre: Classical

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one guitar, with several 'pluckers' in the background, who then take the lead. originally titled 'kitchen music,'
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Uploaded: Jan 03, 2005 - 03:34:11 PM
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2005 - 03:28:47 PM Last Played: Jul 30, 2019 - 02:46:44 AM
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thetiler said 5374 days ago (January 3rd, 2005)
Loved the guitar
Nice guitar fingerpicking. Good tone.
Love the laid back feeling of it.

Bill
thetiler
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Peter Greenstone said 5374 days ago (January 4th, 2005)
Like it, but a bit jumbled
Really fits wih the scenic misty photo. There are some
times in the piece that it sounds like guitars are being
quickly faded on or off; kind of like the air is being sucked
out of the room (weird sensation). Personally, I think I'd
like this more if it was just the one lead guitar by itself the
whole way. The others just kind of make it sound
jumbled.
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Tom Atwood said 5374 days ago (January 4th, 2005)
Like it, but a bit jumbled
Bingo. The original version ('Kitchen Music') was just one guitar, no
distractions, although at one point there were words to this piece. I think the
plucking, and the poor production, detract. Thanks.
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mtriviso said 5374 days ago (January 4th, 2005)
Great Low End
I very much enjoyed the low end notes in this tune. They
seemed to carry the melody along to me.


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TobinMueller said 5373 days ago (January 5th, 2005)
Centering
So wonderful. Nothing jumbled in my hearing. The stereo
feel of the recording is great. I would have preferred the
extra pluckings to sound like stereo notes of the solo
guitar, hidden, you might say, from the casual listener as
overdubs. Sometimes the notes overdubbed don't seem
to add as much as intended. Altho I like them at the coda.
Still, the entire piece really centers me, feels wonderful
and I love it. (I listen 3 times, it felt so good.)
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Tom Atwood said 5373 days ago (January 5th, 2005)
Centering
Thanks again for the kind words
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Bob Ancona said 5372 days ago (January 5th, 2005)
You're on to something.
I like this piece a lot even though some of the
"background pluckers" got a bit lost, soundwise. There's
a lot of originality here. Keep going.
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bronco said 5291 days ago (March 27th, 2005)
Hey Hey
I'm running out of things to say about your playing. How
about my kitchen never sounded like this. This is a great
composition. The most fully realized melody yet. The bass
notes sound especially nice but I love the way the melody
moves around from bass to treble.
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