Calling all Members! Share Your Ideas for Our Next Community Challenge
We hope you all enjoyed our recent "Music YOU Love Challenge" as much as we did! The response was amazing, and we loved seeing all of your favorite music choices.
Now it's time to start thinking about our next community challenge, and we want to hear from you!
The challenge can be anything you like - it could be related to music, or something completely different. It could involve composers, genres, or regions or anything else! We want to hear all of your ideas!
So, what do you think? Do you have an idea for our next community challenge? We can't wait to hear from you! Please post your ideas in this thread!
Thank you all for being part of our community, and we can't wait to see what you come up with!
Here are a few ideas that come to mind.
1. With March 17th coming up (St Patrick’s Day), maybe a Celtic music challenge? I know St Patrick’s Day isn’t celebrated everywhere, but why not?
2. I always enjoy working on sets of etudes. Maybe Brouwer’s Estudios Sencillos, Sor’s Op 60 or 31, or even a repeat of the Assad or Koshkin studies written for TB. Villa-Lobos studies are great, but too difficult perhaps for us non-advanced guitarists.
3. A somewhat neglected era of music is Renaissance. Maybe it’s not everyone’s “cup of tea” but I would think everyone could find something to work on that they like if they look hard enough. Maybe a few pieces at different playing levels could be suggested? Maybe a livestream on where to find tablatures and how to play from them on the guitar?
4. Theme and Variations challenge. Any era.
Here are a couple of resources that people may be interested in if we go this route...
This guy also has a bunch of free resources you can download without signing up: