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Privacy Terms. Classical Guitar Skip to content. Quick links. Forum guitare classique - Forum chitarra classica - Foro guitarra clasica - Free sheet music for classical guitar - Delcamp. And are all of them of similar difficulty? If possible I would like to work on them through next years seasons Thanks. Lots of different textures throughout the piece and really compelling melodies, you won't want to put the guitar down!
It's definitely a challenge, tougher on the left hand than I first thought and it needs a lot of agility to get that 'effortless' sound. I'd say dive in and have a go, just approach it in small sections and focus on making the most the melody especially in the first section.
The piece is actually a little more flexible in terms of rhythm and pulse than it seems at first by which I mean it needn't be too metronomic, a little extra space adds a lot to effortless feel , but do pay attention to keep the momentum going and get the triplets in the melody even. It's hard to compare with the pieces you mentioned, the fugue is no joke, I'd estimate this piece is of similar difficulty but it's a different set of challenges to the Bach piece so it's hard to say.
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Invierno porteño : for piano, bandoneon, violin, guitar, and double bass
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