Guy Tuneh Episodes
CBC 148: Happy New Year from Guy Tuneh • 01.01.10
Guy Tuneh performs at 2009 Bodenseefestival • 06.23.09
This video features double bassist Guy Tuneh (former Contrabass Conversations guest) performing the Kirchensonate in Eb Major by Mozart for the 2009 Bodenseefestival. This recoding features Rainer Kussmaul and Aysen Ulucan (violins), Guy Tuneh (bass), and Christian Hommel (organ). Guy is a marvelous double bassist, captivating in both solo and chamber performances, and it is a pleasure to feqture his playing here on the blog!
CBC 104: Happy New Year with Guy Tuneh • 12.30.08
Last year, Guy Tuneh provided the double bass community a video of his excellent Rococo Variations performance to celebrate the new year. This year we’re featuring this wonderful artist performing Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch. Enjoy!
CBC 88: Guy Tuneh video episode • 07.19.08
We’re featuring a video episode of double bassist Guy Tuneh on this week’s episode of Contrabass Conversations. Guy has been featured many times on the podcast in the past, and it’s a real pleasure to hear his fine playing again on the show. This episode is being released in both audio and video versions. You can check out our previous episodes featuring Guy Tuneh in our archives.
We’re also featuring listener feedback, bass news, a link of the week, and much more. Enjoy!
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Guy Tuneh performs Mendelssohn Sextet mvt 4 • 01.18.08
Guy Tuneh performs Mendelssohn Sextet mvt 3 • 01.09.08
Jason thanks readers, listeners, and viewers for being a part of the Bass Blog and Contrabass Conversations in 2007, and double bass virtuoso Guy Tuneh (www.guytuneh.com) plays excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations.
Guy Tuneh performs Mendelssohn Sextet mvt 2 • 12.18.07
This week’s Contrabass Conversations episode features the second half of our interview with double bassist Guy Tuneh, conducted over a distance of thousands of miles. It was a real pleasure to get to sit down and chat with Guy–he’s a warm, intelligent, and passionate individual, and these traits come through in his speaking just like they do in his bass playing. You can visit him online at www.guytuneh.com. You will also get a chance to hear the great jazz bassist Brian Bromberg perform and hear some bass playing from L.A. bassist Nam Chi Vu. Enjoy!