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Carcassi began with the piano, but learned guitar when still a child. He quickly gained a reputation as a virtuoso concert guitarist. He moved to Germany in , gaining almost immediate success. In , he was living in Paris, earning his living as a teacher of both the piano and the guitar. On a concert tour in Germany in , he met his friend Antoine Meissonnier for the first time. Also a famous guitarist, Meissonnier published many of Carcassi's works in his Paris publishing house.

He learnt guitar when young, but it wasn't until his mid-thirties that he went to Vienna to study guitar under Mauro Giuliani. It is also good for alternating "i.

It is also a piece that highlights the classical era technique of using a major key, then the related minor key in the middle section and returning to the major key again in the last section. It was very popular during the 19th century. It originated in Germany but was also quite popular in France.

The reason I've chosen this Galop is so that you may practice some open string or natural harmonics and to practice guitar slurs using the 3rd and 4th or little finger of the right hand.

On the trill technique page, you can see how to do this more effectively. You also get to use the little finger of the left hand occasionally throughout the piece.

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In the past, many students I've had try to avoid using the little finger because it is obviously a "weaker" finger, but I maintain the more you use it the stronger it will become. Indeed, Joseph Kuffner wrote many of these little study pieces purposely to strengthen the fingers and secure guitar technique. He has often been called England's finest native composer. Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements but devised a peculiarly English style of Baroque music.

Although he was a Baroque composer who wrote for the lute there are several, quite useful and varied, lessons for the classical guitar player contained within this piece.

For instance the Use of the closed "b" on the third string, fourth fret, is useful for developing the use of the little often weaker finger.

Carulli was born in Italy in the same year as Beethoven he became one of the most popular and loved classical guitar composers and players of his time.

Indeed, that love extends right up to the present day as new generations of guitarists 'find' his music and make it their own. On the trill technique page, you can see how to do this more effectively.

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You also get to use the little finger of the left hand occasionally throughout the piece. In the past, many students I've had try to avoid using the little finger because it is obviously a "weaker" finger, but I maintain the more you use it the stronger it will become.

Indeed, Joseph Kuffner wrote many of these little study pieces purposely to strengthen the fingers and secure guitar technique. He has often been called England's finest native composer.

Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements but devised a peculiarly English style of Baroque music. Although he was a Baroque composer who wrote for the lute there are several, quite useful and varied, lessons for the classical guitar player contained within this piece.

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For instance the Use of the closed "b" on the third string, fourth fret, is useful for developing the use of the little often weaker finger. Carulli was born in Italy in the same year as Beethoven he became one of the most popular and loved classical guitar composers and players of his time. Indeed, that love extends right up to the present day as new generations of guitarists 'find' his music and make it their own.

Actually, the melody continually switches from the bass to the treble, but the bass has a large part of this.

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That is the melody doesn't always have to reside in the treble notes alone but can be "inter-twined" with the bass notes. If you play the bass notes and treble notes separately, you'll hear just what I mean. When playing double notes is vitally important to aim to play them legato and this free guitar lesson is great practice for legato! As I've said on another page Who was to know that in time that he would join these luminaries as one of the most famous names in classical guitar history.

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