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Las Primeras Lecciones De Guitarra
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Sagreras emphasized that the student should accent the bass notes carrying the melody by striking the string with the thumb apoyando. Proart Centro added it Aug 15, Maria Valles rated it it was amazing Jun 14, No trivia or quizzes yet. Crystal Lachman rated it really liked it May 14, Lester Backshall marked it as to-read Jul 02, Trivia About First Lesson for One of the world’s most popular beginning classical guitar methods by South American guitar virtuoso Julio Sagreras and translated by Bernard Moore.
Features carefully sequenced studies covering technique and theory through music etudes and pieces. I’ve tried to cut down the fingering to the absolute minimum.
First Lesson for Guitar, Volume 1/Las Primeras Lecciones de Guitarra by Julio S. Sagreras
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Despite its simplicity, the piece evokes the idea of the guitar as an orchestra in miniature. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Furthermore, it introduces the use of the thumb and bass notes to carry the main melody.
Lección 61 (Lesson 61) by Julio Salvador Sagreras –
Liam Cashmore marked it as to-read Feb 05, Paperback32 pages. I’ve increased the spacing to make it very easy to read. It is a simple piece written with the purpose of teaching the student to not make unnecessary movements with the left hand.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Refresh and try again. Sagreras’s method books are filled with excessive fingering to eliminate any ambiguity for the teacher and student. In addition to teaching you to keep a finger in place to fret a string when possible instead of switching to another finger, it provides a good introduction to walking the fingers —the practice of moving fingers into place as they are needed instead of prepositioning them all at once.
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