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The music notation is excellent. If I have this right, I mean the right hand fingering. It does give rise to alternative fingering. It is possible that there are some errors in the string numbers that are shown in circles. Larger print would be a help. Otherwise, it is excellent.
I do not miss the Tabs.
Just what I was looking for. It's both challenging and at a good price. Thank you.
Music difficult to read
by Tom Gozinskeon October 24th, 2009
The print size is very small and was probably done to reduce the number of pages. I have to get close to the page to clearly see it.
Great Piece, Practice Practice Practice
by anonymouson August 27th, 2009
Great piece for solo guitar. One of the best translations of the song I have ever found.
by anonymouson August 20th, 2008
an excellent piece, perhaps one of the best written for guitar.i m crazy aboutit! for you, neecie, i think that if you hear it by aniello desiderio, you'll change your mind... (for the greeks, just look at the title...;-))
A magical piece of music
by Eduardo Pedrominoon June 13th, 2008
Having being playing this piece for quite some time, it has to go down as one of my favorite ever guitar pieces. It is essential that the introduction is played with subtley and that the ringing on the top strings enters quitely. If you want to hear not only the best recording of Asturias I have ever heard, but probably the best classical guitar recording I have ever heard, buy the CD Malaguena and listen to Narciso Yepes play it. He really sums up the spanish soul of the piece.