Truefire Andrew Leonard Arpeggio Power Play TUTORiAL
TUTORiAL | 5.27 GB
Considered one of the great classical guitar virtuosos of his time, Mauro Giuliani, was renowned for his right-hand arpeggio technique. In 1812, he published his “120 Right-Hand Arpeggio Studies -- today still an indispensable guide for developing right-hand classical guitar technique.
In Andrew Leonard’s Arpeggio Power Play, you’ll focus on 20 of those arpeggio studies considered by Andrew to be the building blocks of a powerful arpeggio technique.
”First, I’ll demonstrate the mechanics for how the fingers should properly move in combination with the thumb. Then, we’ll apply it to Giuliani studies to give you a practical exercise to develop the skill. Finally, we’ll apply it to one of 5 repertoire pieces.
We’ll apply single-direction arpeggios to play Caruli’s moderato. Next, we’ll use arpeggios with alternation to play Guiliani’s moderato in A minor. Stringing together alternation combinations and single-direction arpeggios we’ll play Giuliani’s allegro in A minor and then we’ll combine simultaneous playing of the thumb and fingers to create a 3-voice texture know as the Albert bass and perform an excerpt from one of Paganini’s Garabezo, number 41. And finally, you’ll have learned enough to perform a well-known concert piece by Mateo Carcasi.
As a bonus, I’ll perform one passage from Leyenda, by Issac Albeniz, to demonstrate how the arpeggios we’re studying are used in a virtuoso piece."
Andrew will explain and demonstrate all of the key concepts and approaches along the way. You’ll get standard notation and tabs for all of the performance studies. Plus, you’ll be able to use TrueFire’s learning tools to sync the tab and notation to the video lesson. You can also loop or slow down the videos so that you can work with the lessons at your own pace. All of the backing tracks are included to work with on your own as well.
Grab your guitar and let’s power play Guiliani’s arpeggios with Andrew Leonard!
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