Good that your are including the Sagreras Series in your studies. They are exceptional for self study, and are considered the finest series available to students.
Advance at the rate that is comfortable to you, but of course push yourself a little too!.
I have the bound version of the series 4-6, and have played a few studies everyday for 20 years. So one answer from me is that you could work on these studies for the rest of your life!
Spoken with great truth, backed with the facts that make it real. Great post Poli.Polifemo de Oro wrote:How quaint. I'd never imagined that Julio Sagreras's lessons needed to be improved upon/expanded--by a gringo, no less. Just kidding; just kidding.
I totally disagree with the notion that Sagreras cannot be used as an effective method. Apart from the wonderful repertoire that he provided he also includes plenty of instructional material. Shearer, on the other hand, gives you a lot of words and no music (still valuable to use as well, however; but to gain theoretical knowledge and a good road map).
Stick with Sagreras. He's the real deal.
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