I played Villa-Lobos's Etude #6 many years ago (20? 30?) as a "companion piece" to Etude #1, but dropped it for reasons long forgotten. It didn't strike me as a particularly memorable Etude, most likely because I didn't understand the point of it. It certainly doesn't have the "audience fan base appeal" of several others from the series (e.g. 1, 5, 7, 8, 11). Looking at it now, it seems to be mostly an Etude focused on barre chords and left hand endurance, along with keeping a sustained melodic line on the top string.
What else should I be aware of in this one?
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