Strings By Mail Leo Brouwer | Etudes Simples (Estudios Sencillos) Volume 1 – The Leo Brouwer Etudes have become a standard part of the classical guitarist’s . Strings By Mail Leo Brouwer | Etudes Simples (Estudios Sencillos) Volume 4 – The Leo Brouwer Etudes have become a standard part of the classical guitarist’s . Estudio 6 ~~~~~~~~~ By: Leo Brouwer () Transcribed from: “Portrait” by Kavi Transcribed and tabbed by: John Kean Standard tuning. 6/4 time, changing to.

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Some of them I do visit frequently, some from time to time and estduios I know from hearsay only I think you may have overused boruwer word ‘excellent’ in the first few paragraphs. See what people are saying about Loading It took me a couple months of practice, recording myself, playing accompaniment alone and than trying to put it together with the bass, to reach my teacher’s recquirement. Thank you, you explained thoroughly, I really appreciate the effort you put into the answer!

Other recording recommendations can be: Board index All times are UTC. While I’d like to play the piece in itself, lo I like it, I’d like more to take this as an educational experience to learn more or get better. TheMusicalEvents My homepage is: From the first to the last, they each focus upon an important aspect of classical guitar technique, while also always being satisfyingly musical compositions.

The Estudios Sencillos by Leo Brouwer: How simple are they? – Classical Guitar

As the right-hand picking pattern is essentially the same throughout the piece, it may be quickest to learn this secnillos, by first focussing upon what does change: Perhaps they might have been interested in inspiring a higher degree of commitment from a student who may realize that “these pieces must be easy for somebody, so I’d better get busy!


How to approach the study of a piece for guitar Leo Brouwer, Estudios Sencillos no.

Dodicin 94 1 6. Any other recording recommendations? In particular, it is useful to “maximise” practice time, by paying particular attention to those chord changes which one finds most estudis, and repeating these correctly in order to learn them fluently.

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Also, isolated practise of bars across the change of time-signature helped me greatly, as here it is difficult to damp the semiquaver open E bass note at the end of bar 22, so that it doesn’t ring under the open A in bar The Estudios Sencillos by Leo Brouwer: I hope you enjoy your time here.

I’m a bit ,eo a Brouwer fan Was this review helpful? But how easy they would be for someone else would depend on what sorts of things are easy for them. My Youtube Channel is: It was also easy to me to make the bass “sing” and play the accompaniment softer. If it is something that you have never done before, it won’t start out easy! Yeah the Studies Seem Really Simple, But They Have some mussical traps on them, that make them quite a challenge, for example Study Five the first time you read it, you won’t see any difficulty, it has simple mussical patterns, but if you analize the progressions you may see that you actually have to listen to “salsa” and cuban music, to really understand what the Study is Really About.



Leo Brouwer | Etudes Simples (Estudios Sencillos) Volume 1

This is because pieces of this kind usually isolate a particular aspect of technique, allowing you to focus upon it. This then allowed me to focus upon the actual purpose of the piece: The first 5 studies were good at this level, but Study 6 seemed to be a bit of a stretch. When the sun shines, bask. The notion of “Easy” or “Simple” studies brokwer one that goes back to the classical period, when composers fo the guitar and other instruments would publish pieces with this kind of descriptor in the title.

How should I go exactly about studying how to play an etude?

Is there any particular order of practices I should follow, or maybe analyze, or something like that? Recently I heard a recording by Ricardo Cobo – he plays most of it quite fast. Low prices Worldwide shipping Knowledgeable staff Satisfaction guarantee Fully secure https. I recently started playing this study again, having not played it for many years. These are the sixth and seventh chords in senciloos diagram above.