2005-12-15 New free classical guitar sheet music

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Re: New PDF of the works of Llobet

Post by guitargary75 » Wed Nov 18, 2009 5:49 pm

Llobet here I come!

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Re: New PDF of the works of Llobet

Post by wbajzek » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:44 am

A quick question about this (great!) collection. Are the fingerings in the PDF Llobets, or the forum members? They are all labeled with "Révision pour guitare" and I realize that it refers to whomever contributed the piece to the collection, but I am curious as to whether they modified the scores or merely entered and formatted them.

I hope this doesn't come off sounding cynical or skeptical of the quality. That's not my intention.

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Re: New PDF of the works of Llobet

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:54 am

wbajzek wrote:.. Are the fingerings in the PDF Llobets,
:ouioui:
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Re: New PDF of the works of Llobet

Post by wbajzek » Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:44 pm

Jean-François Delcamp wrote:
wbajzek wrote:.. Are the fingerings in the PDF Llobets,
:ouioui:
Thank you.

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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Dragonbones » Sat Nov 06, 2010 2:41 pm

Jean-François Delcamp wrote:- a little known Chaconne by Nicolas Derosiers, page 31, with the facsimile, which is useful for practising chords.
Since D02 is still a fairly low-level volume, would you consider adding explanation of the v and ^ symbols on page 4 and/or when they first appear in the lessons (I think on p.31; they appear again on 43)? It seems to imply a rasgueado (strum) but no guidance is given.

Similarly, it seems to me that golpe and the x at the end of Soleares would benefit from some explanation. My apologies if I missed this somewhere. Thanks once again for such excellent volumes, by the way!
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sat Nov 06, 2010 7:44 pm

Dragonbones wrote:
Jean-François Delcamp wrote:- a little known Chaconne by Nicolas Derosiers, page 31, with the facsimile, which is useful for practising chords.
Since D02 is still a fairly low-level volume, would you consider adding explanation of the v and ^ symbols on page 4 and/or when they first appear in the lessons (I think on p.31; they appear again on 43)? It seems to imply a rasgueado (strum) but no guidance is given.

Similarly, it seems to me that golpe and the x at the end of Soleares would benefit from some explanation. My apologies if I missed this somewhere. Thanks once again for such excellent volumes, by the way!
:ouioui: Dragonbones
Pouvez-vous rédiger les explications, comme cela je n'aurai qu'à recopier ?
Cela me fera moins de travail.

Can you write the explanations, like that I shall have only to copy out?
It will make for me less work.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Dragonbones » Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:28 am

:lol: I would be very happy to but I am not actually sure about the symbols and technique. When it says 'golpe', for instance, I hit my cat, because I don't want to hit my new guitar, and I'm not sure which part of the guitar I should hit anyway. So it might be better to ask another, more advanced member to do this.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:02 am

v battre l'accord de l'aigu vers le grave
^ battre l'accord du grave vers l'aigu
golpe = percussion

:desole: je ne parle pas anglais :oops:
:desole: I don't speak English :oops:
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Dragonbones » Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:54 am

I can make an attempt ( :desole: sorry, I don't speak French :oops: , but written French is often legible to Spanish speakers like me):

V rasgueado upstroke = Strike chord from high strings to low, using finger(s) indicated.
^ rasgueado downstroke =Strike chord from low strings to high, using finger(s) indicated.
golpe = percussion (tap soundboard with tip of right third finger)

Does that look right? I added the "using finger(s) indicated" because in D02 there was an "i" by the rasgueado symbols. As for golpe, I'm not sure about the "tip of right third finger" but that's what I saw in a video.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sun Nov 07, 2010 2:23 pm

:merci: Dragonbones
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:27 pm

I have updated D02. :D
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by dechico » Mon Jan 03, 2011 7:49 pm

M. Delcamp -

Thank you for the additional information on the symbols etc you added. I had jumped right into the pieces and realized that I needed to back up and do some studying before playing.

I noticed that there are yellow and orange markings for areas of particular difficulty. Do they indicate different things, or the same?

Thank you again

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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Vlad Kosulin » Tue Jan 04, 2011 6:52 pm

dechico wrote:M. Delcamp -

Thank you for the additional information on the symbols etc you added. I had jumped right into the pieces and realized that I needed to back up and do some studying before playing.

I noticed that there are yellow and orange markings for areas of particular difficulty. Do they indicate different things, or the same?

Thank you again
Yellow marks are for difficult passages which have to be practiced separately. This is explained in Introduction section of every score.
Orange are very rare, and I do not know what they mean :-(
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Tue Jan 04, 2011 7:40 pm

yes, orange markings are for areas of particular difficulty.

The yellow markings are difficult, the orange markings are very difficult.
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Re: Your views on a major update of volume D 02?

Post by dechico » Tue Jan 25, 2011 11:23 pm

I am sure that I will have plenty of practice time for the yellow marked areas before I graduate to the orange ones!

Thank-you both.

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