Classical Guitar Student Need HELP!!

Classical Guitar Student Need HELP!!

    
Classical Guitar Student Need HELP!!    10:15 on Sunday, July 18, 2004          
(Hyde)
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Hi, I just got the musical score of the song "Sevilla (Sevillanas)" by Issac Albeniz. I am having a really hard time learning it, so I would like to know what is actually the difficulty level of that piece of music? And, what is the best way to learn classic guitar so that I can be really good in it?

Thanks a lot guys!!


Re: Classical Guitar Student Need HELP!!    15:32 on Thursday, July 22, 2004          
(Larry)
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I just checked it out in Library of Guitar Classics. It`s a very difficult piece! Additionally it requires dropped tunings on both the A and low E strings.

If you are a beginner at classical and want to teach yourself, try one of the books by Frederick Noad. They are excellent. I think he has videos too. Of course, a teacher, especially in early stages, is probably the best way to learn.

Good luck!


Re: Classical Guitar Student Need HELP!!    22:33 on Tuesday, July 27, 2004          
(ric)
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dude, buy a book. I think self teaching is the best way to learn classical. the mendel books are good. thank goodness some guitarists want to become musicans!!!


   




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