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Posted By: Alston9981 Passacaglia, Spain musical - 10/17/19 08:14 AM
Passacaglia, one of my favourite musics, it's a beautiful piece that originated in early seventeenth-century Spain.

The term passacaglia derives from the Spanish pasar (to walk) and calle (street). It originated in early 17th-century Spain as a strummed interlude between instrumentally accompanied dances or songs.

There is a lot composer played this music beautifully and I also spent time to practice for this, and finally I could able to play one of parts of Passacaglia too!! *although it's not that perfect* laugh

Passacaglia

Posted By: Meaghanw Re: Passacaglia, Spain musical - 10/21/19 02:51 PM
Alston this is lovely. Which arrangement did you use?
Posted By: Alston9981 Re: Passacaglia, Spain musical - 02/05/20 12:38 PM
I find it through google
Posted By: ShiroKuro Re: Passacaglia, Spain musical - 02/16/20 05:42 PM
Originally Posted by Meaghanw
Alston this is lovely. Which arrangement did you use?



Don't know if you're still interested, but I found this arrangement. It's really fun to play;

https://musescore.com/user/31423751/scores/5619808
Posted By: Cudo Re: Passacaglia, Spain musical - 02/16/20 06:11 PM
It sounds like your sustain pedal is stuck. Maybe it needs to be oiled?
Posted By: Meaghanw Re: Passacaglia, Spain musical - 02/18/20 04:20 PM
Thank you, ShiroKuro. I did find it.
Posted By: ShiroKuro Re: Passacaglia, Spain musical - 02/19/20 08:30 PM
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