Torija

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02:19
Torija - Performance Preview
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06:47
Torija - Part 1
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07:11
Torija - Part 2
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11:01
Torija - Part 3
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09:06
Torija - Part 4
Sheet Music & Tablature
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Torija - Sheet Music
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Torija - Sheet Music & Tablature

About This Lesson

Torroba's 'Castillos de España' is a set of brief pieces that take the listener on a musical tour of Spain's famous castles. The Torija castle is located just off the road between Madrid and Barcelona. This piece is a reflective, introspective musical depiction of Torija and in this tutorial instructor Kevin Enstrom shares all the secrets of the trade that help bring this piece to life. From phrasing insights, to slight variations of the tempo and dynamics you will be able to transport your listeners to the wonderful Torija castle. 

Guitar: 1987 Manuel Velazquez, courtesy of Guitar Salon International

6 comments
Francois Bonet

Such a sublime interpretation, Kevin, thank you for an excellent tutorial......you're the man !

Edward

Gorgeous piece of music, very evocative. Do you know that your sheet music and Tab do no match up on many of these pieces? For someone who can only read Tab it must be confusing.

Tavi Jinariu

Hi Edward, please point those inconsistencies out. We will take care of it. Let us know the exact spots where the tabs do not match the sheet music.

John Ioannides

This piece is so beautiful that makes me wanna buy a cedar top also, my spruce sounds very bright that it feels like it steals the essence of the song :) So much fun learning it, such a great tutorial, thank you Kevin for sharing it!

Alexander Xiao

I had so much fun learning this!!! thank you Mr Enstrom

Tavi Jinariu

You are playing this so beautifully! Thanks for including it on the forum discussion.