Public Space: All About Arpeggios With Evan Taucher!

Improve your Arpeggios in Two Weeks with Evan Taucher!

Arpeggios are a fundamental part of guitar technique, but are you practicing them in a way where you will improve over time? Oftentimes we find ourselves stuck in the same routine with old habits that leave our arpeggios sounding imprecise and strained. Join this intensive to break out of the box and work on our arpeggios in a precise way that will challenge your mind, and then your fingers.

  • Course Period: October 17th - 28th
  • Optional check-In via Zoom: October 24th, 10 am PST

Assignment Video for Week 1

Please follow along and share a video of yourself with the exercises Evan is presenting in his video! Scores of Villa-Lobos Prelude no.4 and Giuliani op.48 no.5 attached!

 

Week 1 video submissions should include one or more of the following:

  • preparation exercise with metronome on, playing one note per click
  • accent exercise with metronome, cycling through accenting different fingers

 

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The assignment  Video for Week 2 will be shared after the Zoom Session on October 24th!

Assignment Video for Week 2

Week 2 submissions should include one or more of the following:

  • pluck and relax exercise
  • pimiaimi arpeggio
  • pmimamim arpeggio 
  • pamamaia arpeggio
  • a repertoire example (Giuliani Etude 5 op.48 or Prelude 4 arpeggios by Villa Lobos)
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    • Mark
    • Mark.6
    • 3 mths ago
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    Hi Evan,

      Are you still sequential planting for exercise #2 or switching to free stroke?  Thanks, Mark

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      • Barney
      • Barney
      • 3 mths ago
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      Mark Hi Mark,  Do you know if Evan will answer questions presented in the "Public Space", or it that for the "Group Participants" only?

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    • Mark.6
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    Hi Barney, I’ve no idea.  I’ve asked Martin to clarify the email I received, as I don’t know if I’ve been selected to participate or not.  That said I expect Evan will answer any and all questions at some point.

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    • David Krupka
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    • David_Krupka
    • 3 mths ago
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    My understanding is that there is no instructor feedback in the the public section - otherwise, it would simply be another (possibly large) participant section, and the idea is to limit participation to something the instructor can reasonably handle. Of course, ToneBase members in the the public section are free to comment on one another’s contributions, just as in the various challenges that have been run.

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  • Hi Evan here's my version of the exercise,https://youtu.be/TOkOw0BD6GE

    thanks 

    Vilio

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  • here's my version on YouTube 

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    • 3 mths ago
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    Martín.3Hello Martin. Sorry to bother, but this event has not reached my email (there are already a few that do not reach me), I found it by chance. Could you tell the web programmers or whoever it may concern that I have problems? Thank you very much!

     
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      • martin.3
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      Beatriz Hi Bea! I will investigate!

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      • Bea
      • 3 mths ago
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      Gracias, majo!! ❤️

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    Assignment Video for Week 2

    Week 2 submissions should include one or more of the following:

    • pluck and relax exercise
    • pimiaimi arpeggio
    • pmimamim arpeggio 
    • pamamaia arpeggio
    • a repertoire example (Giuliani Etude 5 op.48 or Prelude 4 arpeggios by Villa Lobos)
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