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Learn How to Play the Classical Guitar

Learn How to Play the Classical Guitar



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Learn HowTo PlayGuitar
Stefan Schyga
©2000Guitar Studio Publishinghttp://www.LearnHowToPlayGuitar.comhttp://www.mp3.com/learnhowtoplayguitar
Table of ContentsPreface *Introduction 1Choice of Guitar 2Main Parts of the Guitar 3Lesson 1Tuning the Guitar 4Basic Terms and Symbols in Music 5Lesson 2The Notation of Rhythms 6Lesson 3Rhythmic Exercises 8Lesson 4Terms and Symbols in Guitar Music9Learning Pitches on the Guitar10Notes on the High E-String (first string)11Lesson 5Notes on the B-String (second string)12Dotted Rhythms12Lesson 6Notes on the B and E-Strings13Lesson 7Notes on the G-String (third string)14Lesson 8Notes on the D-String (fourth string)15Lesson 9Notes on the G and D-Strings16Lesson 10Notes on the A-String (fifth string)17Lesson 11Notes on the low E-String (sixth string)18Note Drill19Lesson 12Accidentals20Lesson 13Rests23Lesson 14Reading Guitar Music in 2 to 4 Parts24Reference Sheet26Lesson 15Two Beginning Pieces27Lesson 16Key Signatures28Lesson 17Self Test29Lesson 18Scarborough Fair30Prelude in D Major31Lesson 19Exercises for the Development of Rhythm32Lesson 20TwoSelected Classical Pieces34Lesson 21Scales38Lesson 22Slurs40Lesson 23Basic Chords41House of the Rising Sun42Lesson 24Advanced Tuning Techniques43Lesson 25Finding Notes on the Fret Board44Lesson 26Classical Guitar Pieces45Lesson 27Guitar Repertoire Selections52Answers to Exercises
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IntroductionThe method is intended for any mature learner fifteen years old or older who has not had anyprior exposure to the classical guitar. The only prerequisite that is obligatory is your desire to learn, andthe patience to understand that everything being taught in this method is important in learning how toplay the guitar. This method can be used in a class situation or for individual instruction.I’ve tried to leave out unnecessary and time consuming exercises. This method will move ratherquickly into short musical selections utilizing the free stroke. The pieces in this method are eithercomposed by the author or original classical guitar pieces that have been edited by the author. Lesson 26gives you several intermediate level guitar pieces from various time periods which are usually not in-cluded in guitar methods but would have to be purchased separately. All the music in this method waswritten for guitar and is not transcribed from other instruments.Compared to other available methods more emphasis is being put on knowledge of rhythm andmusic theory while giving you appropriate musical selections.Before each exercise or piece, practice hints will be given to facilitate the learning of the material.A tape will be supplied with the method, to enable you to tune your guitar and to check yourprogress. Do not learn the music by listening to the tape. The tape should only be used when checkingthe already learned music. If you follow these suggestions and the ones given throughout the method,you will surprised at your own progress.With Lesson 14 a reference sheet is provided to help you find notes for the free stroke pieces.Avoid writing note names and frets in the music.
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