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Happy Hosting, Happy New Year - Rob Ellen
I am new to this forum, and not quite sure of the process, so I thought I would post this here.
Would anyone like to host a performance in Rome on June 15 or June 26? I will also be available in Sorrento on June 24 & 25. These dates are based on my current schedule and the flights that I have booked. If you are interested in hosting in other places or countries, let me know and I'm sure we can make it work.
For this trip I will be performing solo nylon string guitar. My music is a blend of Baroque and Spanish Classical guitar with Persian tonal qualities and elements of Rock and Jazz. Here is one of my reviews:
"I like the singular cascade of notes on the guitar and the clean tone it yields to start up the intro. I also like the tension being built up in certain chords, that serve to contradict the mood of others, and all are bright and resonant. The chords are romantic, inquisitive, and even a bit bold and zesty. Each note is as a fresh breeze of wind though, and each feels so new and invigorating. In reality, the progressions have a heavy ethnic feel to them. But, the song as a whole almost feels like uncharted territory. Whether in Spain or Arabia, this song comes off incredibly emotive and sentient. I like the progressions a lot. I think the rhythm changes are quite spot on. And the song has a good tempo that's very strong and steady, and the notes are very rich. The bass line is just as rich as the melody line. It has a cavernous feel. And I like the hollow rush of air that fills the pockets of chords that are being dished out. But, what I most like is that descension of notes as well as the ascension and the overall inquiry of the chord line. I like the character this piece possesses. It has both a heart and a rational mind, and the tempo is quite warm. The rhythm changes are easy to see and follow and the song is made comprehensible to people who would otherwise not be able to understand the mechanics of the song. I really do like the structure of the song. No two progressions are alike and each set of chords adds one tweak or another. Each on breathes new life into the bones of a song that could easily grow old with repetition. The mood behind each chord intensifies and tension plays out with a serene mood. Bits and pieces of darkness play out through the bass line and in the end, the piece is a melodic symbol of a struggle and a possible victory. Its eloquence is never lost"
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