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Etude Op.6 No.11 in E (Fernando Sor) Use YouTube Video Editor

After upload the 3rd part to YouTube, I re-mix this video with my previous 2 practice recordings using YouTube Video Editor.  Just for fun * 1st take, old strings, LaBella 2001 Classical MHT, 7 months * 2nd take, new strings, Luthier Concert Silver Set 30, 1 week * 3rd take, new strings, Luthier Concert Silver Set […]

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Etude Op.6 No.11 in E (Fernando Sor)_2, Classical Guitar Study

Music is composed by Fernando Sor. I’m practicing the 2nd part. It’s still in E minor. The 3rd part (last part) will change to E major. This is my 2nd attempt. The right hand arpeggio is pretty tricky at the part. My right hand fingers make some noise when I get nervous. I need to […]

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Etude Op.6 No.11 in E (Fernando Sor)_1, Classical Guitar Study

This is a nice piece of music composed by Fernando Sor. The melody is beautiful. It starts from E minor and ends in E major. I just start to play this classical guitar study. My focus is mostly on right hand arpeggio. The left hand fingering is a little bit tricky. So I decide to […]

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Etude in E minor, Op.60 No.19 (Matteo Carcassi)-2, Classical Guitar Study

This is a excellent piece of classical guitar study. It’s good for right hand arpeggio practice in particular.

The melody is so obvious in this study that we need to ring the melody clear and long lasting. For the right hand, Alternating i & m fingers is a bit challenging. Make sure to keep the correct rhythm of the middle voice. Don’t play longer or shorter. Also need to keep the right hand steady and relax. That’s reason which focusing on right hand practice practice is necessary in the study. …

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmwv3qS9CwA[/youtube]
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Etude No.2 in A (Heitor Villa-Lobos)-6, Classical Guitar Study

This is one of Heitor Villa-Lobos’ famous classical guitar study. It says a arpeggio study in the subtitle of the manuscript. It sounds like a study for right hand. This confuses me for quite a long time. I find out that the notes in each measure landed at terrible places. It makes me very hard to execute right hand arpeggio and I even doubt it this is a arpeggio study. There is almost no fingering on the score. It makes the left hand fingering awfully hard to figure out. There are lots of possibilities to play one single measure.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEXAcfxIW6k[/youtube]
This video was recorded in on January 24, 2010. (my 6th try)

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Etude No.2 in A (Heitor Villa-Lobos)_3, Classical Guitar Study

Composer: Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Guitar: ROMERIGO 01, 罗美里哥 01(2008试制版) Strings: LaBella 2001 Classical MHT Microphone: Sony ECM-MS907 This video was recorded in Joe’s living room in Alhambra, California on December 13, 2009. (my 3rd try)

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