Fernando Sor Op9 Coda

by Gerardo Siere

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  • Hello everyone. Finally, today we are finishing this great piece. This last part has it all in miniature, arpegios, slurs, shifts. The most difficult aspect may be the right hand fingering: there are some strechs, what I do is streching my "a" finger and let the others in position. Be shure to check out right hand fingerings in the score, specially where use of thumb is indicated, I tried to make the most efficient fingering for speed and confort that I could make. The melody is in the top note and it should be played legato. Holding uniform even triplets is a must.

    To mark the top notes in the arpegio I don´t use rest stroke, instead I make a very deep free stroke because my nail stiffness and the form of my fingers allow me to. If it doesn´t work for you, switch to rest stroke.

    There are tabs, and backing track, and if you check the jam track I made a little surprise for you.


    Right hand

    i= index

    m= medium

    a= ring

    p= thumb

    Left hand

    1= First finger

    2= Second finger

    3= Third finger

    4= Fourth finger

    Hope you like it. See you next time!




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