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 Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges 
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Post Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
So, I was trying to discover something about tunisian music to present there next friday, and I found out there's not such a big distance between the two tradicional music... Here's what I've been preping up.
Hope you guys like it ;)
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Post Re: Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
Very nice...I love your last chord...

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Post Re: Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
Both technically challenging, rocking, and a beautiful melody! Awesome playing and arranging, Rodrigo! Very impressive!

Like Alain said, the ending was wonderful!

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Post Re: Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
I am astounded at ALL of the talent that shows up on Stickist... This performance was one of THE BEST posted here IMHO. Sound, execution , composition, joy in playing all expressed at a very high level.... I truly enjoyed this, watching for a 3rd time!


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Post Re: Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
One word: Great!

Once the 12 string railboard becomes available, I think you should be the spokesperson who promotes the instrument.


Wed May 03, 2017 9:27 am
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Wow! Amazing feed back! Thanks guys, I really appreciate it!
@ Alain & Steve: there's something special after 3 minutes of triads when a Cm opens up to Cm79add13 right? ;)
@ Randy: man, you made my day! Coming from a guy that loves African Rhythms and understands world music, it means a lot. Thank you!
@Markussz - Thank you very, very much! :) But I'm just at the beginning of my journey. I think Emmet has dozens of more advanced and suited people for that task: starting with himself! And Everything starts and ends with Emmet: he's the one true master! Maybe one day with a golden 12 string railboard... wouldn't that be something? ;)
Thanks everyone, news flash from Tunisia: they have giant flying cockroaches here! [emoji15]


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Post Re: Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
That was awesome! CEbG becomes CEbGBbDA which is a kind of a dorian moment there, but maybe a melodic minor thing possibly, meh I loved it whatever it was; really cool! Every video you post sounds really great! Awesome man, thanks for sharing!

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That's exactly what went thru my head at the time: Dorian! just to mess up the end! ;)


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Post Re: Music of Portugal and Tunisia: Crossing Cultural Bridges
Loved it. I wish I could play with my eyes closed. You have great music ears.

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Actually it's the fastest, easiest way for me to learn something new on the instrument. I break the movement down into the simplest part, close my eyes because it's the only way to keep track of both hands and repeat to infinity, speeding up gradually. Funny thing, once it's learned, if I look I kind of mess it up! Go figure! Lol


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