Neoclassical Etudes, Practice Etudes
Victor Simion
Nov 26 2020, 07:59 PM
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Hi,

I want to practice and learn Neoclassical Etudes.

Here is what I have:

Vivaldi RV. 199 Allergro I

I play those 2 guitars and the Harpsichord is played by Guitar Pro.

I came up with the harpsichord part, so if you look at it looks it's composed mainly of power chords.
I am sure that is not how you should approach a harpsichord but that's the best I can do since I play only Guitar.

I am still practicing it, since I started learning it like yesterday.
Let me know what you think.

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Gabriel Leopardi
Nov 26 2020, 09:22 PM
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Cool Victor! This is a very good exercise for your technique, timing and ear.

The arrangement plays what's called as chromatic approach notes starting at 00:21. This notes can be dramatic with some notes from the chord, and also your guitar tuning must be so tight. In this case it sounds a bit off, but checking the original arrangement, I notice that in this part, the backing instruments focus mostly on the bass note, and the melody is very loud there.



Be careful with your tuning, and always focus on playing extremely tight when playing classical music.

Keep going! smile.gif

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Victor Simion
Nov 29 2020, 06:26 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 26 2020, 08:22 PM) *
Cool Victor! This is a very good exercise for your technique, timing and ear.

The arrangement plays what's called as chromatic approach notes starting at 00:21. This notes can be dramatic with some notes from the chord, and also your guitar tuning must be so tight. In this case it sounds a bit off, but checking the original arrangement, I notice that in this part, the backing instruments focus mostly on the bass note, and the melody is very loud there.



Be careful with your tuning, and always focus on playing extremely tight when playing classical music.

Keep going! smile.gif



Hi, thank you for your feedback.

I made a video for this:


I am pretty sure the timing could be improved on this, but it's one of my best takes, and I wanted to learn it and post it.

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Gabriel Leopardi
Nov 30 2020, 03:56 PM
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Good job mate! I can notice that the faster 16th notes can sound tighter but this is very close. As I said before, these pieces are great workouts! Keep going!

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