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What you’ll learn:
Grade 5 London College of Music Exam Pieces
“Romance” Anon. 19th Century
“Lagrima” By Tarrega
“Allegro” Op.40 No.6 by Mauro Giuliani
Be able to read sheet music
Studied my previous courses or
Have an advanced techniques in Classical Guitar
The Classical Guitar Essentials Advanced Pro is the final course in this series. If you’ve been following the series since Part 1 The Basics, you’ve come a long way in your journey in learning Classical Guitar. Way to Go!
In this course we will finish off with 3 Masterpieces in the Classical Guitar world:
1. “Lagrima” by Francisco Tarrega
Spanish guitarist Francisco Tarrega is often called ‘The father of modern classical guitar’ due to his great influence on expanding its technique and repertoire. This piece is one of his most famous studies, sometimes they call it “Teardrop”, and you’ll know why when you play it.
This piece is in two sections: one in E Major, the other in E minor. There is much fingerboard movement and a lot of attention should be given to the left hand fingering, something we will discuss in details in the course.
This one is a MUST for any classical guitar student.
2. “Romance” (Anonymous)
This popular Spanish melody is one of the most recognizable melody for classical guitar. Although no one knows who composed it (Anonymous), it remains a beautiful melody and it demonstrates your skills in a lot of ways.
Written also in two parts, the first in E minor, and the second in E Major, it contains overall 7 Bar Chords which some requires wide stretches. Lots of dynamics and the use of vibrato in some notes will make this piece one of your favorite to play for yourself and your family.
This is where all the training on the bar chords will really pay off.
3. “Allegro” Op.40 No.6 by Mauro Giuliani
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