Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson, No 19 from from Nuevo Metodo Para Guitarra - Video

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Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson, No 19 from from Nuevo Metodo Para Guitarra - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Tue Apr 19, 2016 7:19 pm

Here's another Aguado video for everyone. This time it's his famous study in A minor. This is a great study for the initial development of the PIMI arpeggio study. In fact, this is the first piece I use to work on that study with students. Enjoy!


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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson, No 19 from from Nuevo Metodo Para Guitarra - Video

Post by spanishguitarmusic » Thu May 19, 2016 12:58 am

Very nice playing Nick and a wonderful piece! This sounds like a great piece to study arpeggio's. :merci:

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson, No 19 from from Nuevo Metodo Para Guitarra - Video

Post by Nick Cutroneo » Sat May 21, 2016 12:07 am

spanishguitarmusic - thanks for watching. This piece certainly is a classic!
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