The film was shot in ten locations throughout north Alabama over a four month period with the crew, guitarist, and director spending over forty hours on-site. While the filming, recording, and editing was done with cutting edge technology and production techniques the guitar, a Jose Ramirez elite made in Madrid, and the playing of the piece are the result of Old-World craftsmanship and classical music traditions that go back centuries. The resulting film is a true collaboration, chamber music with the guitar and footage interacting intricately as a duo and as equals, not a mere record of a live performance. The visual style of the work is fast-paced and engaging, with scenes changing phrase to phrase to the music.
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