Conrad Susa’s Carols & Lullabies/Christmas in the Southwest

  • Participant
    rosalind-beck on #145003

    Would anyone who has played this care to comment on the level of difficulty/amount of preparation time required?

    Spectator
    marguerite-lynn-williams on #145004

    Hi Rosalind,

    Its a great little set of carols, really enjoyable to play and not very difficult. I would find out tempos if possible. Compared to the usual Britten or Rutter, this is a cake walk. =)
    (Also, be prepared to play the guitar part too, or add in some important things. I had to do this once when unfortunately the guitarist wasn’t reliable)

    Enjoy them!

    -Marguerite

    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #145005

    Lynne Aspnes is the expert on these, not to mention Britten and Argento.

    Participant
    David Ice on #145006

    I’ve done about three or four of them.

    Keymaster
    HBrock25 on #145007

    I haven’t but I think this requires a higher level of effort and preparation time. Christmas lullabies aren’t that easy right?

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    Participant
    rosalind-beck on #145008

    Thanks for your advice, everyone!

    Participant
    alishia-joubert on #145009

    This is one of my new favorites. I LOVE it! The harp part isn’t too stressful, and the arrangements are lovely. Have fun with it.

    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #145010

    If it isn’t played a lot lately, it was in the past.

    Member
    katie-lynch-koglin on #145011

    I’ve just come across this piece for the first time; it’s lovely. Just wondering if everyone else plays the harmonics as

    Participant
    Fearghal McCartan on #145012

    I’ve just been onto youtube and I agree – it sounds wonderful. Am tempted to see what I can do over here in the UK next year.

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