Yeah, I guess this link is very reliable.Juergen Schenk wrote:Back to the roots:
http://biblioteket.statensmusikverk.se/ebibliotek/boije/p ... %20136.pdf
This link is broken, anyone got the file or a working link? Thanks.Juergen Schenk wrote:Back to the roots:
http://biblioteket.statensmusikverk.se/ ... %20136.pdf
The OP question was "which are true 120 Right Hand Studies by Giuliani?" - and the link someone provided ages ago was dead (because or website reorganizations, I guess). So I just provided the correct/updated link to that same original Giuliani op.1 containing the 120 RH studies.ronjazz wrote:Great if you're working on 19th century repertoire and techniques. Chris Berg's
"Giuliani Revisited" is a nice update with about 148 patterns, and a reorganization that makes a lot of sense.
No, the ^ is thumb, the dots are fingers - one dot for i, two (:) for m, and three for a.
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