Allegro Six for Classical Guitar

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How to play allegro 6 for classical guitar in this free music lesson video.

Part of the Video Series: Advanced Classical Guitar
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Video Transcript

Hi! My name is John Armstrong. I’m a professional guitar instructor, and today I’ll be discussing some advanced classical guitar pieces. Now, I’d like to take you from measures 18 on out through the end of the piece of Alegro from Mauro Giuliani. Once again, it’s arpeggio. It’s typical of a Giuliani piece that is consists of a lot of arpeggios. Starting off, the first section of the 18th measure is an A minor arpeggio…followed, in the same measure though, by an E7 arpeggio. So going from my 1 chord A minor to my 5 chord E7, plating PIM and A using downward pressure. The next measure it very similar, starts off with the A minor, same arpeggio but different in that it does not go to an E7 chord, but just a standard E major chord. The next measure is a repeat of the 18th measure, A minor again, E7. The second to last measure, A minor again. E major and then the piece resolves on an A note, 2 A notes an octave apart from each other. Notice there we have a decrescendo coming down at the very end and rit. is written down below the G sharp note there. That means retard, which means to kind of slowly let the piece kind of fall apart rhythmically. The decrescendo there is telling you to soften up, and then you will hold the A note and the octave there for an infinitive amount of time there. It’s got the hold or the fermata symbol above and below each A note there. So, the last 5 measures of the piece will be something like this. Again.


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