Una Limosnita por Amor de Dios (Barrios Mangoré, Agustín) Comments. His last composition; sometimes also called “El último trémolo” or “El último canto”. This is one of my favorite Barrios pieces and you play it extremely well. You don’t sound like you are very far from the final tempo. Your tremolo. Transcribed by Dingeman Coumou. Music by Agustin Barrios Mangoré. I. 1. T. A. B g34 El Ultimo Tremolo. Andantino. Editors note: Let all the first bass notes.

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I can easily say that I have not seen professionally filmed guitar as visually pleasing as you have accomplished. At my invitation Barrios visited me at the hotel and played for me upon my very own guitar several of his compositions among which the one that really impressed me was a magnificent concert piece The Cathedral whose first movement is an andante, like an introduction and prelude, and a second very virtuosic piece which is ideal for the repertory of any concert guitarist.

Yes, as you have said, not as fast as I’ve heard it before but your tremolo sounds very articulate and in control which is more important than speed. Because of that, there are several different versions of his poetical works which have surfaced across South America, other areas of Latin America and the United States. You did this very very well for sure!! You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. I’m seriously jealous about this one!!!


The music lover says “perfect”. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Barrios began to show an interest in musical instruments, particularly the guitar, before he reached his teens.

The guitarist in me says “too slow”.

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Over of Barrios’ compositions survive. Many of them are also adaptations of, or are influenced by, South American and Central American folk music.

Barrios made several friends during his multiple trips across South America. Board index All times are UTC.

He would not fulfill his dream to reach the United States. Retrieved 12 March However, soon after his arrival in Buenos Aires inhe was exposed to, and played, the finest instruments of his time for the remainder of his career. There are so many wonderful recordings, also here at delcamp.

He was known for giving his friends and fans signed copies of his poems. So this is a slowly version, with many buzzes and some minor mistakes, anyway, there was a time I considered it unplayable.

I very much enjoy making tremlo recordings and sharing them with you! Composer’s surname, forename – op. The folk music of Paraguay including the polca paraguaya and vals provided the young Barrios with his first introduction to music.

His works were largely late- Romantic in character, despite his having lived well into the twentieth century. You don’t sound like you are very far from the final tempo. He composed more than songs for which he would first write the lyrics and then the guitar accompaniment [ citation needed ]. Retrieved 1 June Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.


Barrios paid tribute to the music and people of his native land by composing pieces modeled after folk songs from South America and Central America. And let’s face it, this surely has to be one of the best intros in guitar music.

Barrios Mangoré, Agustín – El ultimo tremolo – D10 – Classical Guitar

Wolfgang I don’t know where I was when you posted this My thanks to hav for giving bargios a well deserved bump otherwise I might have missed it Owl. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Your tremolo is very clean sounding and even. This is one of my favorite Barrios pieces and you play it extremely well.

Barrios would eventually speak two languages Spanish and Guaraniand read three more English, Termolo and German. Religious beliefs and experiences also played an important role in Barrios’ compositional process. I loved that as well Joy in the music Owl. Archived from the original on