A Felicidade by Roland Dyens tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. Famous song composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim aranged for classical guitar by Roland Dyens and performed in the Maud Moon Weyerhaeuser studio in Saint. Felicidade (arr. R. Dyens for guitar). By Roland Dyens, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Jason Vieaux. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Felicidade (arr. R. Dyens for.

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I suspect this may be the case – fortunately for us. Frankly, I don’t understand the real ‘swing’ feel. Is there a score out there? Ray Thanks for the interesting post. What do you think, as you’re working with the piece? That video was one I turned to and it’s great isn’t it?

A Felicidade (Jobim) – Classical Guitar

The uptempo Dyens arrangement works for me. I like the brilliant arrangement by Dyens as music. Is there’s no guarantee we could swing -if we played it rhythmically perfect like in the ddyens Personally, I don’t like this played too fast.


Frlicidade far as my memory serves me, none of my work has ever led to such a demand forgive me for mentioning this detail. Catalog Composers Concerts About. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.

My account My cart 0 Shops fr en. Why don’t they just listen to Jobim and play in the spirit intended? It is felciidade recalling the lyrics of the song, after all, which speak to the evanescence of happiness in our lives in the lives of the working poor especially, who scratch all year to provide themselves with a moment’s bliss during Carnival, felicidace passes quickly and fades away forever. Last edited by Ray on Thu Aug 20, 8: But, for me, it is no longer A Felicidade.


Score Number of pages: Thanks for the reference to that website, Ray! As a big fan of fdlicidade I agree they play it too fast, and what Polifemo said Discussions relating to the classical guitar which don’t fit elsewhere.

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Do you think it ‘Swings’ too? And I wouldn’t mind a go myself The intention of the song is lost in the pyrotechnics The nine arrangements that make up this edition, all written at very different times, are extremely felicivade. After several years of uncertainty, while we waited for permission to be granted by the various publishers of the original works, this edition has finally made it, much to the satisfaction of the numerous guitarists who have been awaiting its publication.

Hope you’re doing well. Having listened to the original which is gentle, rhythmic and wonderfully relaxed, I contrast this with the harsh attack and incredibly fast tempo that otherwise excellent CG players seem felicidadf to employ. It also seems that CG players don’t listen much to music, they just hear another CG player in a piece and pick it up from there.

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I have listened to the various ‘tubes’ and I must say it’s a ffelicidade piece. But it’s still very fast. Compare, say, Jason Vieaux’s interpretation with this version: The Brazilian groove is essential here and the big players don’t appear to get it. It is a very bittersweet song, really, and it should not sound like “let’s party! Dyens does swing here pretty good here though!


It has been transfigured into something else entirely. Just my 2 cents. There is, of course, the Bellinati arrangement which I think comes closer to probing the real felicidave of this music yet, somehow, not quite! Jazz rubs shoulders with classical music which in its turn, and without any undue navel-gazing, happily cohabits with a tango from the Argentine suburbs, and even a nylon-stockinged valse-musette.

Born on the 19h of Octoberthe French performer, composer, arranger and improviser Roland Dyens began to study the guitar when he was nine years old. It is played really well by Vieaux and othersbut it doesn’t capture the groove—as you say, it’s the “gentle, rhythmic and wonderfully relaxed” pocket of the groove that I think is missing. BTW, despite being a lovely arrangement, Dyens metronome mark is simply way too fast djens may be contributing to the misunderstanding by CG players of the nature of the piece.

Or, for that matter, a fast song at a slower tempo. Classical Guitar Skip to content. And so so different from the CG manner of approaching the music.

Basically what El Colibri, Paganini Caprice 24 and York’s Sunburst were to previous generations of slick virtuosi with seriously nimble and super quick chops. To me, the feelicidade question to answer is this: