Luuttuaja wrote:I need to get to read music better, and I started learning the first pieces of op. 44 by Fernando Sor. It's going slowly though, not yet being able to play even the first one well...
The pieces of Opus 44 are not introductory ones. And you are by yourself, Luuttuaja, which makes things a bit more difficult. I invite you to join the Project Let’s learn Sor’s Opus 60 together, shall we?
. Beyond the fact that Opus 60 (also with 25 pieces) was specifically designed by Fernando Sor, already late in his life, as an introduction to the guitar for his students, you will benefit from advice and positive critic from those of us who are in the Project and have already posted sound files of some of its little and beautiful pieces.
1972 - Kuniharu Nobe #8, 658/51, Spruce, RW B&S, Tokio, Japan
1987 - Aria A558, 650/51 mm, Cedar, laminated RW B&S, Nagoya, Japan
2014 - Hermanos Camps Master Nº 3, 650/52 mm, Canadian Cedar, Madagascar RW B&S, Banyoles, Spain