Guitar Duo Performance of Gabriel Faure's Pavane opus 50, arranged in A minor by Charles Duncan. There's a characteristic rhythmic motif of a quarter note tied to a dotted 8th note, with the final 16th note connecting to the next downbeat; you'll hear that throughout. That's much easier to articulate on the original piano arrangement, since the guitarist's timing from note to note must include synchronization of both the left & right hands attacking the string at precisely the same moment. A pianist, however is performing both parts simultaneously, exposing the mechanical precision requirements for a guitarist & the mental capacity requirements for a pianist - both instruments are very rewarding and enjoyable for performance.