View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Douze Etudes pour Guitarre on Discogs. If you don’t know the Villa-Lobos etudes then I suggest you become familiar I highly recommend: Villa-Lobos – 12 Etudes – Frédéric Zigante. Strings By Mail H. Villa-Lobos | Douze Etudes crit. ed. by Frederick Zigante – Important new critical edition prepared from the composers manuscripts with.
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Estudios (12), etudes for guitar, A. 235
Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. Can tell me each etude practise purpose? I know that they are very difficulty pieces and will take years to play it fluently. I recommend Carlevaro’s Masterclass Series on these etudes ed Pobos for some technical insights and recommended exercises to help mastering each one of them. As for my own approach for etudes in general, I prefer to choose etudes that target my weaknesses.
What’s the point of a didactic piece if it does not improve something that needs to be improved. I’ve studied Etude 1, 7 and 11 by Villa Lobos.
I think everyone should learn at number 1, since it’s a great right hand workout and I often used that to warmup. As for daily exercises, don’t feel like you need to do advanced exercises to reach etuces advanced level. Even after being able to play a few Villa Lobos etude, I still enjoy learning and relearning etudes by Sor, Giuliani, Aguado etc. Their etudes are good for daily exercise, great at improving technique while still being musical.
Concert etudes like the Villa Lobos, I feel that they are more of a longterm project rather than just simple study pieces. Practice all 12 at one go would probably be overkill for most of us. You’re a better man than I am Last edited by Bill on Tue Jun 21, Vi,la 2 and 3 is for the left hand also. To play etude 2 and 3 fast, you need the Etude 7. Because Etude 7 has scale patterns. Practicing scales is the best way to improve your right hand speed.
Practicing scales is a lifetime.
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Use rest stroke, use metronome to increase speed. Make sure the sound is even and clean. It’s best to record your playing. To prove my point, observe the flamenco guitarists. They can play scales very fast. Because it’s part of their practice routine. Every classical guitarist should know at least basic flamenco skills.
Playing scales is one of them. The most important is you can play it at a comfortable speed and at the same time maintaining the sound quality. For example the Etude 2 version of Julian Bream is good enough.
You can pick any scale pattern you like and practice it first at normal speed. But we are not like them. They’re masters so very important to take it slow but steady and don’t be discouraged. There are many videos in youtube about classical guitar scales.
There’s Matt Palmer, a classical guitarist who is very good at playing scales. He has some videos about scales. But I understand bwong that you are asking for kind of headers. So here it goes: Vesa Kuokkanen Antonio Marin nr.
Hi, thanks the advice for the scales studies, may I know how fast the speed of playing the scales should be established as target? His fountain pen made me ashamed of my writing brushes and Chinese writing paper’ – Puyi ‘I don’t write music to be difficult, only to be more like itself’ – Harrison Birtwistle. To me it is ok to repeat the same exercises or pieces everyday for around 3 months or so. It should be enough to master them. If you can’t master within this period, it means they are beyond your current technical ability.
Then you should change to other totally different stuff and forget those exercises or pieces completely for 3 months or more. Later on you go back to them and try again for another 3 months and so on.
Keep cycling your exercises and repertoire. When you forget the exercises or pieces for a while, when you go back to them again you have a different view, you can do a fresh start all over again and play them in another way, so you can evolve and get better.
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If you just etude everyday in the long-term you start memorizing and playing patterns and you gradually loose ability to interfere and change the basic mechanism, so you get stuck and reach a speed wall. Whenever you reach a speedwall, stop completely and do other stuff for some months. You gotta figure out what is wrong with your technique that you should change to master the pieces.
IMO, sSimple repetition is not the most effective way to do it, because repetition means doing the same again, it is not evolution.
If you choose to study scales everyday, don’t do the same everyday. Keep changing the Keys, the fingerings, the patterns, put dynamics, color varition, rhythm variation. Keep changing and challenging yourself to always think on smarter ways to learn faster somethig different, rather then to simply repeat and commit a pattern to your memory, when you are not sure wether your pattern is good enough.
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So a direct recommendation on the question would be, practice them daily for around 3 months, then change to complete different etudes or exercises for another 3 months, then go back to them and so on. Personally I only play 1, 2 and 7 regularly and there seems to be enough work in these to cater for my needs.
There’s a bit of a misnomer that playing and practising difficult pieces will improve technique. I believe you are born with or without natural facility or physiology that suits the guitar this being good nails, strong hand and wrists and a natural dexterity.
You also need to be able to process information quickly. Having said this we can all doize what we have to etudez extent but unfortunately there is a plateau and that perfect tremolo or rapid scale that we strive for May never happen no matter how many hours we put in! Board index All times are UTC.