Both The Bassett Bros. and The Music Joynt (our teaching business) have won awards again for Thumbtack’s best of 2016! Thumbtack Best of 2016Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Pride O’ Kilkenny is an extremely fun piece written by contemporary local San Diego composer and Guitarist Mike Nelson. Mike Nelson formerly taught the Bassett Bros. during the transitional period from Heavy Metal to Classical Guitar. The piece itself recalls the style of an Irish folk piece with some classical influence. The Bassett Bros. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Bassett Bros. had a small feature in The San Diego Troubadour’s December 2015 Issue. Be sure to Pick up your copy ASAP!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Nuvole Bianche is a beautiful piano piece written by contemporary composer Ludovico Einaudi. The Bassett Bros. have arranged this piece for two guitars. The title translates to “White Clouds”, which were filmed at Big Bear Lake in California for this video. Filmed live using a GoPro HERO4 Black. Be sure to watch the video, then […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is the accompanying Galliard to our previous video, The Flatt Pavin. Both works were written by Renaissance lutenist and composer John Johnson. Filmed live using a GoPro HERO4 Black. Be sure to watch the video, then subscribe to our channel!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Flatt Pavin is a beautiful renaissance piece by John Johnson, lutenist to the Royal Chapel in the late 16th century. Filmed live using a GoPro HERO4 Black. Be sure to watch the video, then subscribe to our channel!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Bassett Bros. have been awarded one of the Best Businesses of 2015 based on customer reviews. Thanks to Thumbtack and all the folks who have given us business!Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
The Bassett Bros. were recently featured in the Summer issue of SDSU’s 360 Magazine. You can view the entire issue online here: ttp://newscenter.sdsu.edu/360magazine/Continue Reading... No Comments.
Giuseppe Torelli (22 April 1658 – 8 February 1709) was an Italian violist, violinist, teacher, and composer. As a baroque composer, he was most well known for his contribution to the development of the instrumental concerto. Concerto in d minor was arranged for keyboard by J.S. Bach (BWV 979), who changed the key the b […]Continue Reading... No Comments.