8 p., Niveau 3MP3Abukenke is based on an Afro-Cuban
dance rhythm and is subtitled Percussion Guitar Music No. 4. To perform this
piece the guitar has to be prepared by crossing the fifth and sixth strings at
the sixth fret and holding them in a fixed position by using a match; also a
piece of eraser needs to be inserted under the first string near the bridge.
'Normal' sounds are produced therefore on the remaining strings with the
percussive effects being played either side of them.Works written with these
kinds of special effects can sound very contrived and pretentious but in this
case it all seems perfectly natural. This is due in the main to the infectious
rhythmic character rather than to any lyricism and if performed at the suggested
tempo makes for an exciting and unusual piece which, If played with conviction,
could generate quite a stir with audiences.(Steve Marsh, Classical Guitar
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