Lagrima Lesson

by Kosei Kubota

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  • Let’s move on to the next classical piece. This is called “Lagrima”. It means “Tear” in Spanish. It was composed by Francisco Tarrega, a Spanish guitarist from 19th Century.
    He has composed tones of pieces for the classical guitar in “romantic” style. Many of his pieces sound like Chopin, and I love them all!
    “Lagrima” has two parts, one in E major, and the other in E minor. I will show you the first part in this lesson.

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