Posts from ‘EliteGuitarist’
Check out the latest tutorial from our friends at eliteguitarist.com – Dr. Ines Thome walking us through Fernando Sor’s study Op. 35 No. 13 (or #2 in the Segovia numberings) that focuses on separating the melody from other voices in the piece. A great etude for improving right-hand accuracy and learning to bring out a melody. Ines plays a fantastic 2016 Luis Fernandez de Cordoba guitar in spruce and CSA rosewood. Click here to buy the lesson.
Here’s the latest tutorial from our friends at EliteGuitarist.com – Ines Thome‘s lesson on Barrios’ beautiful tremolo piece Una Limosna Por el Amor de Dios. Ines plays a lovely 2015 Woon Sun Lee classical in cedar and maple. You can watch the full tutorial here, or click over to EliteGuitarist.com for this and more great tutorials on a great variety of classical guitar masterpieces.
Today’s performance and tutorial from EliteGuitarist.com is for Recuerdos de la Alhambra, one of the most iconic pieces in the classical guitar repertoire. This piece is deeply evocative of the Spanish gardens of Alhambra and employs tremolo, a technique that is unique in its form to the guitar. Check out the note-for-note tutorial taught by Taso Comanescu and the full technique tutorial “Tremolo – A Comprehensive Approach.” Taso plays a beautiful 2017 German Vazquez Rubio Custom Elite, Rubio’s absolutely top-of-the-line model in spruce and African blackwood with stunning materials and workmanship.
Today’s repertoire tutorial, coming to us via EliteGuitarist, is for Un Dia Noviembre by Leo Brouwer. This is a melancholic piece that conquers listeners with its simplicity and elegance. Its catchy melodic lines and the interplay of the minor and major keys bring about an introspective and contemplative musical effect. You can watch the rest of the detailed tutorial here. Ines plays a beautiful 2017 Masaki Sakurai ‘PC’ in cedar and CSA rosewood. For online classical guitar lessons and many other repertoire tutorials visit www.EliteGuitarist.com.
Here is the latest video tutorial and performance of Bach’s Prelude from the first cello suite provided by our friends at EliteGuitarist.com. Few pieces receive notoriety equal to this work. The Prelude, with its serene arpeggios and inventive harmonic development, displays in an understated way the genius of Bach. Originally composed for unaccompanied cello, the piece receives new dimensions when played on the guitar as the chords sustain longer and the notes combine to produce lovely harmonies. Taso plays a beautiful 2017 Tobias Berg in spruce and Indian rosewood. Check out the many repertoire video tutorials at EliteGuitarist. You can find the rest of this tutorial here.
We are pleased to bring you another tutorial from our friends at EliteGuitarist.com. Today’s tutorial is for the Allegro Solemne from Barrios’ La Catedral. This last movement of ‘La Catedral’ is one of the most recognizable pieces in the classical guitar repertoire. The Allegro Solemne is a toccata-style fast movement that demands the highest amount of focus, agility and technical prowess. In this tutorial Ines Thome seeks to take away the intimidation factor that guitarists may experience before tackling this piece. She breaks down the entire piece bar by bar and provides detailed instruction on right hand arpeggio techniques, left hand fingerings, and the overall musical direction of the various sections in the piece. Whether you are an advanced player or a an aspiring advanced player, there is something for everyone in this tutorial. The guitar used is a 2005 Fritz Ober: a clear, resonant and powerful instrument, worthy to convey Barrios’ masterpiece composition. Check out the rest of this tutorial and many other classical guitar repertoire tutorials provided by EliteGuitarist.
Here is another repertoire tutorial brought to you by EliteGuitarist and Guitar Salon International. Today’s tutorial is Study #6 by Fernando Sor. Sor’s studies are brief musical capsules that offer a wealth of opportunities for technical, fingering, tonal, and phrasing experimentation. Sor’s study #6 is a lighthearted miniature, with a beautiful melodic line and accompanying arpeggios. Although the piece is relatively accessible from a technical point of view, what separates performers of this piece is the attention to the fine details. In this rendition of study #6 Tavi Jinariu departs from the original Segovia fingerings and effectively argues for an alternative fingering based on various musical sequences within the study and based on Segovia’s own fingering philosophy. Check out the full tutorial along with many other repertoire tutorials at www.EliteGuitarist.com and start playing this piece today.
Tavi plays a beautiful Teodoro Perez ‘Maestro’ in cedar and pau ferro.