Classical Guitar Master Class: "Alman"
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 61 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 3 Hours | 2.15 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn how to play a classical guitar piece like a pro.
This course is all about playing the classical guitar piece, "Alman" by the 16th century English composer Robert Johnson. By the end of this course, you will:
learn how to use your right and left hand in the most relaxed way that best serves the music
understand what counterpoint is, and it effects your playing
have a solid understanding of musical concepts like meter and phrasing
be able to explain to someone what "Alman" even means
This is an intermediate course, so you should be able to play a simple, one-page piece and be able to more or less learn the notes to a piece from the sheet music (either standard music notes or guitar tab) on your own. If you're a beginner, this probably isn't the best piece for you.
Do you wonder how a concert guitarist thinks about a piece of music that he or she is preparing to perform? Were you ever curious about why one book has one fingering for a piece of music while another book has a completely different fingering for the same piece of music?
If so, you'll find the answers in this course. What's unique about this course is that in contrast to a lot of other online courses, this course reveals the process that guitar teachers and students go through in music conservatories and guitar festivals when they learn, teach, and perform a piece of music.
By the end of the piece you'll be able to play a piece of music all the way through to a high standard, but in addition you'll have tools that you can use in your guitar playing to take all of your pieces to the next level.