Carcassi: Melodic and Progressive Etudes, Opus An Alfred Classical Guitar Masterwork Edition. [Matteo Carcassi] Fingerings by Aaron Shearer with. This set of studies for the guitar by Carcassi, the 25 Etudes Mélodiques Progressives, op. 60, has become very famous. It has been known to generations of. This page gives the notes on the pieces, from the Tecla edition of Carcassi’s 25 Etudes for guitar op. This is not the main page for Carcassi’s 25 Etudes for.

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It has taken me a while to obtain reasonable control, particurlarly with those slurs involving the 4th finger on the fretboard. Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3.

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Retrieved from ” http: In my current regime I play 1 and 4. Work Title 25 Etudes Alt ernative. A terrific study in slurs. Funny enough, I kind of started to like the piece and now I play it for pleasure.

In addition to diligent analysis and study, I think it is also worth approaching them with an open mind. Javascript is required for this feature. Studies ; For guitar ; Scores featuring the guitar ; For 1 player ; For mandolin arr ; Scores featuring the mandolin.

You’ll love 3 as it works out a nice arpeggio. Study in C major These studies have long been a cornerstone of the technical and musical development of classical guitar students everywhere. You May Also Like.


Study in D minor There are spots in 4, for example, that I find require particular attention to fingering and movement between hand position – the 7th to 8th measure in the B section. Julian Bream Guitar Book Cagcassi I teach a farcassi that explains this in detail, not only the reading aspect but memorization as well, and students who learn this method benefit greatly. I used the boring way to train it, practicing with a metronome, from very slow tempos, increasing the speed slightly everytime I felt I am ready to do this.

Since then I’ve gained much more experience with music in general and of this carcxssi, guitar technique, and interpretation, and I have a much deeper respect for them.

Etudes, Op.60 (Carcassi, Matteo)

But I do practice scales for a portion of my very limited practice time carcaxsi day. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4. The Classical Guitar Collection Arr. A recording of all the etudes performed by classical guitar virtuoso Ricardo Cobo is included and can be streamed online or downloaded. So I’d love to hear of other people first encounter with the Carcassi Maybe I just “naturally” take to arpeggio-like pieces than scale ones.

Etudes, Op (Carcassi, Matteo) – IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music

In caracssi I think I remember reading a discussion of the “correct” order to do these excercises and someone opined that 1 was the hardest!


Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. I agree, the first piece is a great warm up excercise! I believe it is the details that make these harder than they first appear.

Carcassi: Melodic and Progressive Etudes, Opus Guitar Book & Online Audio: Matteo Carcassi

If you do this you’ll discover things about the work that will likely pass you by, even if you play the work for years! Csrcassi was a nice thread somewhere here about this study, but I cannot find it at the moment. I memorized it quite quickly, but somehow I still cannot play this fluently without looking at the score.

Study in D major Study in D major 5. The fact that you’re finding 1 difficult means that your teacher is right For example, I have heard many performances of Carcassi 1 and I confess that I had never really heard any real music in it until last night; a friend played it with expressive phrasing quite different than I had ever heard in it before, and I felt like it almost could have come from one of Bach’s cello suites. I would like to second the recommendation to listen to the MP3 recordings made by Jounis.

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