I just threw myself into this one also, just to see what the result would be and I think this one turned out better in terms of description. I think I could’ve lost myself a little more in the song but I didn’t and so this suffered for that, but I also think I got a sense of mood and imagery across that I wouldn’t have had I not just jumped into this.
Daniel Pinilla’s “Intuiciones” is from Intuiciones.
I hope you enjoy.
Guitar dances and moves around with a little bit of swing and display, and smoothness comes forward through notes that seem stiff for they are not. Melody reveals itself through the guitar’s movements and it keeps itself friendly and gentle.
It moves with an ease and grace and keeps things sounding simple. Sometimes it puts on a little more of a display but it keeps its displays small. It does not exaggerate and in a room it is alone, though also surrounded. It makes use of its space to make the notes linger a little more than had the space not been afforded.
Eventually the guitar picks up a little and throws in more notes but it does not deviate from the main melody and carries it forward. Perhaps there is something romantic in here; perhaps there is not, but there certainly is something that is pleasant. It is just an easy thing to listen to and it carries a journey, even when it shifts to something that perhaps is more of a night winding down. The guitar hasn’t been the liveliest but it certainly carried a liveliness, but toward the end it seems to relax even more. It moves toward closing and it has one last little burst of something but it still is lowering and relaxing and reaches its final note, drawing it out slightly as the song ends.