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    EastWest Guitar Duo Premiere Concert

    The newly formed guitar duo consisting of Frostburg State University students Greg Hays and Paul Zimmerman, presented its first concert on Wednesday, February 28th.  Featuring works by jungle chief Augustin Barrios, chain-smoking bad boy Francisco Tárrega, a French guy named Leo, a Cuban guy named Leo, and an Italian who lived in Paris.                                                                                                    Listen and download the audio at Bandcamp

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    Adding a classical guitar to your event is a decision you surely won’t regret. The sound of a classical guitar is very pleasing for any occasion and the overall aesthetic of a classical guitarist playing at your event let’s your guests know you have exquisite taste. For all booking inquiries, please send me an email at greghaysmusic@gmail.com. Weddings Consider booking me for weddings! Whether it is playing in the background during cocktail hour or as the bride walks down the aisle, the versatility and intimacy of a classical guitar lends itself to an unforgettable day. Base fee for a 2 hour wedding commitment is $300. This includes a 30 minute…

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    Looking for a new piece to play with your trombone quartet, recorder ensemble, hurdy gurdy duo, or any other solo instrument or chamber group? Drop me a message about consulting to commission a piece specifically for you! Maybe you want to have your favorite song on the radio arranged for flute ensemble, or you want to play Debussy but with a Brass quintet, consider having me create an arrangement for you! Check out the Arrangements page to see some past arrangements!

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    Premiere of “Flower Duet for Guitar Duo” (Sort of)

    To get the obvious out of the way, I apologize for video and audio quality. I actually had no idea this was being recorded and, judging by the quality, this seemed to be a spur of the moment production. Nevertheless, this cell phone video captured the first public performance of Leo Delibes’ “Flower Duet” that I had arranged for guitar duo over the summer. To give a bit of context to this performance, it took place at a Leadership Donor banquet during Frostburg State University’s 2017 Homecoming week. I was largely ignorant of the gig before stepping foot in the theater, all I knew was that myself and my duo…

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      A solo guitar arrangement of Robert Schumann’s Carnaval Op.9: V, originally for piano. This is just one movement from Schumann’s cryptic masked ball fantasy, full of historical characters. This particular one deals with the Greek Christian historian Eusebius. The character is supposed to represent Schumann’s calmer side. I’ve always been admiringly envious of the expanse of the piano’s range and capability. The Carnaval movements are great character pieces and really reflect the Romantic style of music. Out of the whole Carnaval piece, this one is most friendly to solo guitar. The key of D major and Drop D tuning brings out the guitar’s bravado and warmth. Adding a little bit…

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    Flower Duet

    From Leo Delibes’ acclaimed 1883 opera Lakme, this duet has beautiful melodies and lively interplay between the parts. This duet takes place in Act 1 when Lakme and Mallika go down to the river to collect flowers. Although guitars lack the sustain and volume of operatic singers, they surely make up for it in tone and versatility. Kept in the original key of B major, this piece fits nicely on the fret board. The tune is recognizable to the common ear which makes it perfect for pleasant listening. Pick up the sheet music for this arrangement at Sheet Music Plus Download the audio at: GregHaysMusic Bandcamp Flower Duet

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    Live at Pealer!-Junior Recital

    I presented my Junior Recital for Frostburg State University at the Pealer Recital Hall. I was joined by guest artists Paul Zimmerman and Patrick Sise for some duets on the second half of the program. The program was as followed: Les Soirées d’Auteuil—Napoléon Coste Suite Castellana—Federico Moreno Torroba Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart—Fernando Sor Sonata in D Major K333—Domenico Scarlatti Café Para Dos—Maximo Diego Pujol California Breeze—Andrew York   Enjoy listening to Variations on a Theme by Mozart and then go to Live! at Pealer to here the full recital! Thanks for listening!  

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      Take a listen to some pieces that you might hear and a background or concert gig!   For Background music click here   For Concert Repertoire click here   If you wanna listen to complete performances, head over to my Bandcamp