Level 3 - List Of Pieces (+ Discussion Space)
What to expect:
In Level 3 lessons will feature more frequent use the first through fifth position, as well as an increased focus on playing multiple voices simultaneously with more rhythmic divisions.
Level 3 begins to introduce intermediate repertoire, but focuses on incorporating more than one voice at a time and longer arpeggio patterns in positions one through five. These lessons will allow you to focus on solidifying your foundational right and left hand technique and learning the lower positions on the guitar without too many complex techniques.
- positions I-V (left hand)
- up and down arpeggios (right hand)
- stretching (left hand)
- voice separation
- double stops
Selection of tonebase Level 3 Courses:
(In alphabetical order)
- Bahar Ossareh teaches: Giuliani's Andantino Mosso Op. 1, Part 4, No. 3 [TABS!]
- Emmanuel Sowicz teaches: Sor's Study Op. 35, No. 2 [TABS!]
- Peter Graneis teaches: Krieger's Minuet in A minor [TABS!]
- Rene Izquierdo teaches: Pujol's Etude No. 6
- Rene Izquierdo teaches: Brouwer's Etude No. 2
- Mircea Gogoncea teaches: Reading Music on the Guitar
- Gulli Bjornsson teaches: Bjornsson's Landslag III (from "Landslög", or Landscapes) Commissioned by tonebase
- Daniel De Arakal teaches: Beginning Guitar Course
- Sergio Assad teaches: Assad's Sketch No. 2 (from 10 Sketches) [TABS!]
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