Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

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Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by tateharmann » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:29 pm

I'm definitely on a Aguado kick right now...I've been going through his method and finding lots of nice little gems. Here is one of them.

I've got my eye on #20 next :)

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by RHSOldboy » Sun Feb 08, 2015 6:20 am

Very melodic and peaceful. Very nicely played and recorded. Thank you for posting.
I will have to look this one up!
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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by Jacek A. Rochacki » Sun Feb 08, 2015 10:41 am

- and it is one more time, when your, Tate, choice and play has inspired me to pay attention to next not so difficult but sounding beautiful piece. Thank you ! from my point of view you play an important role as a guide advocating not so difficult but beautiful pieces.

When thinking on not too difficult technically but beautiful musically pieces I wonder, what would you say on Erling Pedersen's Hommage a Eric Satie.
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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by Vesavekkuli » Sun Feb 08, 2015 11:17 am

Thanks for uploading this beautiful study! This is a very good little piece for the left hand position, because if you always use 4. and 3. finger on B and D on 3. and 2. string, you have to keep your hand on a good position - of course, if... :chaud: Then also the articulation will be same all the time.
Pay attention to counting the time carefully on bars with pauses, because they tend to stay a little short. I use this study even with some kids under 10 years, but then they have to be extra patient costumers :wink: . Sorry for this "pedant" comment :oops:

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by tateharmann » Sun Feb 08, 2015 1:47 pm

Thanks for the comments :)

Jacek - I really do like "Hommage a Eric Satie"! I haven't given it a try yet though...I will take a look at the score and see how it comes out :)

Vesavekkuli - Thanks for the observations...you caught me haha...I did not use the same positioning throughout the study even though I read Sr. Aguado's note that you are supposed to :/ I even played some of the C notes on the 3rd string 5th fret. I'm notorious for ignoring fingering suggestions....I think I'm this way after years of playing trying to force fingerings that were made by someone with a larger hand (Segovia) than mine.
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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by mike.janel » Sun Feb 08, 2015 6:00 pm

A gem it is and well played.
Thanks
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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by Rajesh Dhungel » Tue Mar 31, 2015 9:25 am

Beautiful piece tate. Thank you

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by tateharmann » Thu Apr 09, 2015 12:43 am

Thank you both :)
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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by montana » Thu Jan 19, 2017 4:49 am

mike.janel wrote:A gem it is and well played.
Thanks
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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by spanishguitarmusic » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:25 am

:bravo: I really liked how this piece sounded, so beautiful and clean! :merci:

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by Isabelle Frizac » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:32 am

Good idea for Aguado !

And very nice played :casque:

:bravo:

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Re: Aguado, Dionisio - Lesson 18

Post by tateharmann » Fri Jan 20, 2017 11:11 pm

Thanks folks :)
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