I ventured into some of the compositions of Aguado's Nuevo Método para Guitarra (edicion 1843)
. I've got a pdf of the original method but used, mostly the Sainz de la Maza
edition (which, regrettably, has his own way of numbering the pieces). I succeed to play some 12 lessons and exercises, most of them simple ones, from the beginning of the book. Some of them are quite nice, for instance the Lessons 25 & 26 (Parte 2ª - Prática, Sec. 1ª - Lecciones, Capítulo I, pages 31 and 32), two waltzes that can be combined into a single one. I succeeded to play (not that well, unfortunately) the Lesson 25 and started the 26 but never reached the point of combining them into a single piece (at the time I was not aware of the metronome game
to insert the reference to the metronome game
which, incidentally, is also explained in the firs pages of Hubert Käppel's The bible of classical guitar technique
, which I just acquired.
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