Monthly Archives: April 2015

Looong exam :-)

Yesterday, on Sunday, I had a longest exam in my life – 8h (!) – and it was orchestration. When I work, I like to have a lot of space to put all my notes on. Nowadays seems, that table in size of two school desk is more or less enough

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Life without a meat

If you don’t have a courage to kill an animal, why then you eat it? Most of the people admit, that they are not able to kill an animal. But somehow they still can eat an animal that is killed by others. Isn’t it a contradiction a bit? I latter case you just hire a killer […]

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New piece for two violins

Yesterday I started to write a new piece for two violins using African rhythms That’s something interesting to think of and try. We, guitarists, have great Leo Brouwer (whom I had lucky chance to meet in person and talk!), who uses a lot of African rhythms in his music. So why not to try doing […]

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New piece for solo guitar – Tribute to Ilya Muromets a bogatyr

Today I finished another new piece of mine for solo guitar.  Here is a short background of the piece: When I was a small kid, my mother used to read me a lot of Russian fairy tales, when I went to bed: breathtaking adventures of strong knights and beautiful princesses, battles between good and evil, […]

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