CGC 061 : Member Q&A with Richard Kordel

//CGC 061 : Member Q&A with Richard Kordel

CGC 061 : Member Q&A with Richard Kordel

In this week’s episode of The Classical Guitar Corner Podcast, Simon interviews Classical Guitar Corner Academy member Richard Kordel. Simon and Richard discuss the nature of etudes, differences in fingerings as they evolve over time, and some of Simon’s own practice habits. Be sure to tune in and leave a comment to thank Richard for his great questions and comments!

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6 Comments

  1. Roger Ramirez February 25, 2018 at 6:57 pm - Reply

    Thank you Richard for asking the questions that you asked. It is always great to hear what our fearless leader is up to! :-)

    Thank you Simon for putting out another wonderful episode of the podcast. I’m always impressed by and appreciate all the hard work you put into this community.

  2. Linda Tsardakas February 27, 2018 at 8:50 pm - Reply

    Thank you Simon for inviting Richard to talk with you on the podcast – and thank you Richard for those interesting questions.
    I enjoyed listening.

    See you at Summer School…

  3. Jeff Peek March 2, 2018 at 1:21 am - Reply

    Hi Richard,

    Some very interesting points came up this discussion. More to think about and much appreciated!

    I also enjoyed your Level 2 submission and Simon’s review. Thank you for posting.

    -Jeff

  4. Richard Croad March 2, 2018 at 5:14 am - Reply

    Thank you Richard and Simon. This was a very interesting interview, with some fascinating questions and responses. It is fantastic to hear what members are thinking and grappling with. The emphasis in this interview on musicality and repertoire was great. Cheers… [Another] Richard

  5. Gino March 5, 2018 at 10:44 pm - Reply

    Thank you very much Simon and Richard! It was one of the most interesting CGC podcasts I have listened to! I especially loved to hear about the historical aspects and the discussion on interpretation! To me, the most interesting concerts are the ones where you can hear a mix of some great known pieces and some not so much known great pieces. In concert, even pieces that I have listened to a lot are great because of the live experience and the interpretation, and the new ones are exciting because of the discovery you can make!

  6. Drew Burgess March 6, 2018 at 3:13 am - Reply

    Hello Richard and Simon,

    Thank you for the informative dialogue!

    Best Regards,
    Drew

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