15 year old Tina takes on the David Gilmour solo from Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb”. My very favorite young guitarist continues to post wonderful performances. It’s cool and courageous to take on this iconic guitar solo. As always, Tina’s work is remarkable and beautiful….and she continues to relentlessly progress in her art!
Classical, rock, blues, jazz...what interests me. I listen to many hours of music a week and sift out what I consider of particular interest for this site. [My personal background is rooted in classical and the "San Francisco Sound", but I appreciate most genres.]
If you are interested in more than is posted here, you can check my Facebook page where I publicly post much more music most days.
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Amazing! You must be so proud of her. Done real good!
I am very proud of Tina. She is unrelated to me, though.
A friend sent me one of her earlier YouTube videos, and I was floored. Each succeeding submission has confirmed and strengthened my admiration, a fact very important to me. There is a power and beauty (not fully developed, of course, in one so young) combined with awesome technical skills and persistent learning that excites my interest. (Renaud Louis-Servais, her teacher, is clearly skillful in bringing out those qualities.)
I have chosen Tina out of the pack of young guitarists because of the above-mentioned qualities and because there is a quiet seriousness and purpose that puts her on a level above the rest and bodes very well for the future. I like everything about Tina in just the proportions and relations that I see and hear!…and that is *very* rare. I can only go by my own judgment, so I’ll continue to do my small bit for her.
By the way, thanks for the nice classical music blog.
Thanks. So I couldn’t tell much about you from your About. Are you an artist or a musician? And where are you based. Thanks for turning me onto Tina.
I’m not a professional musician or artist. I grew up in a musical family and have some education in music. Music, particularly classical (but not only classical by a long shot), has been a major passion all my life. Art not so much but it always has been an interest, and I’m having a lot of fun getting deeper into it. I’m fascinated by cultural history in a personal, aesthetic, and anthropological sense.
I live in the northern Sierra foothills in California near Nevada City and Grass Valley, a region with an excellent musical and artistic life.