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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Is there any particular order of practices I should follow, or maybe analyze, or something like that? See what people are saying about.

The first 5 studies were good at this level, but Study 6 seemed to be a bit of a btouwer. My memory of high school French is that ‘w’ doesn’t show up a lot. I found it particularly useful to practise bars as a “mini-exercise” as this seemed to be the first passage with a difficult left-hand chord change, and so making it difficult to play across the bar line fluently.

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

Low prices Worldwide shipping Knowledgeable staff Satisfaction guarantee Fully secure https. If thumb sound is still weak at this point, he may spend a lot of time just working on thumb sound, teaching ways to shape the nail, to attack the string and so on. Home Estudis Tags Users Unanswered.


Although these ideas and this approach deal specifically with this single Brouwer study, I think this approach can work well for most studies although the specific way to “reduce” a piece will be different for different studies. And this is just one point. 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 estuvios open A in bar estudoos If it is something that you have never done before, it won’t start out easy!

Leo Brouwer | Etudes Simples (Estudios Sencillos) Volume 4

This is because pieces of this kind usually isolate a particular aspect of technique, allowing you to focus upon it. But my asked me to make the accompaniment interesting while still keeping a singing bass.

I’ll take you through a good approach to studying this piece; it should serve as a good process for other studies, too. Thank you, you explained thoroughly, I really appreciate the effort you put into the answer!

Some of them I do visit frequently, some xencillos time to time and hrouwer I know from hearsay only Your question will appear on the site once someone answers it. How should I go exactly about studying how to play an etude? Your review was sent successfully and is now waiting for our staff to publish it. And these pieces don’t always focus upon the “traditional” areas of technique of earlier guitar studies, such as right-hand patterns and left-hand scales and chords.

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Once this piece has been learnt, it can be used to focus upon R. By following these steps isolating the L.

I hope you enjoy your time here. A new student normally beigns with Carcassi Op60 or maybe some Sor studies, to review basic technique and sound production. For example, Number 1 was sencilloss easy to me, and I could play it more or less well during first sight-reading.

I recently started playing this study again, having not played it for many years. Please also consider introducing yourself here.

It took me a couple months of practice, recording myself, playing accompaniment senckllos and than trying to put it together with the bass, to reach my teacher’s recquirement. They don’t sound simple at all in this speed. If one breaks the piece down into a series of chord shapes fingered by the left hand, and initially just practises the changes between these, it can make the process of learning the whole piece far quickerbrouuwer one to then focus upon the true purpose of the study, right hand technique.

Music is a big continent with different landscapes and corners. I think Cobo plays a lot of them too fast. Share your review so everyone else can enjoy it too.