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Reaching the Next Level Classical Guitar Method Music Book

Reaching the Next Level Classical Guitar Method Music Book

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Reaching the Next Level Classical Guitar Method Music Book

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;Format: Music Book
;Barcode UPC: 796279108645
;Edit Arrange Teach: Martha Masters
;Pages: 89
;Publisher: Mel Bay
;Size: 22.3 x 29.9
;Publication Date: 2010
;Language: English
;ISBN 10: 0786679816
;Instrument: Guitar
;ISBN 13: 9780786679812
;Genre: Classical

Reaching the Next Level Classical Guitar Method Music Book

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REACHING THE NEXT LEVEL

A METHOD FOR THE

EXPERIENCED CLASSICAL GUITARIST

Guitar Music Book

A guide for intermediate and advanced classical guitarists, addressing technical and musical issues. Any serious student of classical guitar will appreciate this book which covers topics often heard in a lesson, but seldom covered in a book, with appropriate repertoire provided. Topics covered include technical control, study habits, crafting interpretations, tone production, performance anxiety, and much more.

Students and teachers alike will appreciate the varied repertoire selections, as well as the annotated repertoire list included for further study. Includes thoughtful discussion of each topic and careful choice of repertoire to allow guitarists to overcome obstacles and reach the next level in their playing.

  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Why We All Need This Book
  • Revisiting the Basics with a New Sense of Purpose
      Developing Critical Listening Skills
        Develop Your Concentration
        Have a Thorough Understanding of the Material
        Listen at a Pace That Allows You to Hear the Details
        Keep an Open Mind
        Be Detail Oriented
        Listen Critically to Others
        Listen Critically to Yourself

      The Basics of Good Technique
        Sitting Position
        Right-Hand Technique
        Left-Hand Technique

      Learning New Repertoire with Good Study Habits
        Gain a General Understanding of the Piece
        Divide and Conquer
        Getting It Performance Ready
        Spot Practicing
        Keep the Quality of Learning at a High Level

      Gaining Control of Your Technique
        Relax
        Have a Clear Goal in Your Technical Exercises
        Do What Works for You
        Etruscan Prelude No. 1, by Reginald Smith Brindle
        Sueño, by José Viñas


  • Fundamentals of Strong Playing at Any Level
      Playing with a Consistent, Beautiful Tone
        Great Nails
        Consistent Hand Position
        Follow Through
        Allegro moderato, from Five Vignettes, by Atanas Ourkouzounov

      Controlling Tempo
        Don't Use Rubato as an Excuse
        Pulse or Death (of the Performance)
        Allegro, from Partita No. IV, by Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello
        Recuerdo triste, by José Brocá

      Playing Truly Legato
        Test the Right Hand
        Test the Left Hand
        Cantabile, from Cinq etudes faciles, ou presque, by Simone Iannarelli
        Etude No. 7, by Napoléon Coste


  • Expanding Your Interpretive Skills
      Determining Phrases and Breathing
        Sing It
        Overt Breathing
        Introduction and Andante, by José Viñas
        Meditando, from Preludios Poéticos, by Jaime Zenamon

      Crafting Your Interpretation: Dynamics & Colors
        Mythical Magical Moment Interpretations
        Start Interpreting Early
        Study the Game
        Know the Score, Discover the Music
        Improvise Interpretations
        Have No Fear
        Prelude No. 5, by Francisco Tárrega

      Making Informed Fingering Choices
        What Factors Can Motivate Fingering Choices?
        What Motivates Your Fingering Choices?

      String Damping
        Accidental Dissonance
        Cross String Interference
        Melodic Lines versus Arpeggios
        Sympathetic Vibrations
        Bolero, by Julián Arcas

      Articulations
        Experiment with Ideas
        Create a Plan
        Cure Accidental Accents
        Capriccio, from Partita No. X, by Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello

      Vibrato
        Use Vibrato Deliberately and Consistently
        Practice Vibrato as a Technique
        Berceuse, by Napoléon Coste

      Discovering the Soul of the Piece
        Listen to the Great Interpreters
        Know Your History
        Don't Let Your Knowledge Clog Your Process
        Merengue, by Frantz Casséus
        Valseana, by Sergio Assad


  • Tying It All Together
      Improving Your Sight-Reading
        Know Where the Notes Are
        Pre-Read
        Play Slowly
        Get the Main Idea
        Read Ahead

      Coping with Performance Anxiety
        Physical Effects of Anxiety
        Mental Effects of Anxiety
        Be Prepared
        Be Positive
        Keep Performing

      What It Takes To Succeed – and What Is Success?
        What Is Your Definition of Success?
        If You Want to be a Professional…
        They Have to Know You to Hire You
        Don't Wait for the Phone to Ring
        Compete to be Heard

      Reaching the Next Level

  • Selected Annotated Bibliography
      Medium Level Difficulty Repertoire
      Technique Books
      Music for Sight Reading
      Books on Various Musical Subjects

  • About the Author

 

 

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