Greetings from Recife!

LTC
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Greetings from Recife!

Post by LTC » Fri Feb 01, 2019 11:08 am

Hi! I'm a classical guitar player from Recife.

I've played the instrument for twenty seven years now.
For the first five years I was self-taught, piecing together what I could from listening to classical, instrumental and "choro" LPs, from books, and from watching TV programs. For the next five years I've had the privilege of being formally instructed on a bi-weekly basis by a professional violinist (Classical Guitar was his third instrument, and I surpassed him in technique in this instrument before the end of these five years) who was very knowledgeable about music theory.

I'm also a music bookworm and have taken advantage of every instructional video by one of the masters of the instrument that I could find.
I play other instruments too, but none nearly as well as the Classical Guitar. I'll play anything from Bach to Villa-Lobos, so long as I think it's good music.

My previous guitar of 20 years has recently gotten damaged and I'm currently playing a Yamaha C40M which I just bought as a stopgap while I save enough money to buy a new guitar somewhere in the range between a Córdoba C9 and a Yamaha GC32S.

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Re: Greetings from Recife!

Post by GeoffB » Fri Feb 01, 2019 11:57 am

Hi LTC,

Welcome to the forum! Please have a look at this page for some useful information to get you started, including links to the rules and helpfiles. After your second message has been approved, you will have access to all members' scores and recordings plus the first 3 levels of the Delcamp score collections. After you have posted 20 messages, you can apply for the 020 group, which will give you access to the remaining levels. Just ask if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you around!

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Geoff
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