D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

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Kushtrim Avdiu
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Re: D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

Post by Kushtrim Avdiu » Thu Mar 17, 2016 3:57 pm

Good work Angela.

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Zafar Haq
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Re: D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

Post by Zafar Haq » Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:59 am

Hi, Classmates,
Here is pending study assignment "ARPEGGI DI TRE NOTE" as mp3 file. :)
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Rajesh Dhungel
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Re: D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

Post by Rajesh Dhungel » Sat Apr 09, 2016 10:49 am

Hi everyone finally got to record the assignments.
Here they are :casque:

D02 04 Jean Francoise Delcamp Scale in Mi mineur


D02 04 Ferdinand Caruli Arpeggi Di Tre Note


D02 04 Ferdinand Caruli Valse en la majeur


please :casque: and leave some comments. :merci: :bye:

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Re: D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

Post by Rajesh Dhungel » Sat Apr 09, 2016 11:16 am

Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Classmates,
Just accidently found that next month study assignment lessons are now released.
1.Music sheet breakdown for study assignment "Scale of E minor with crescendo and decrescendo"page 75,Scale # 10.
1.Time Signature: 2/4
3.Strokes: Apoyando
4.Measures: 9
5.Phrases: Not defined
6.Dampings: 5
7.Repeats: No
8.Special effects: Yes,"Crescendo"
A gradual increase in volume.
Can be extended under many notes to indicate that the volume steadily increases during the passage.wiki
A gradual decrease in volume. Can be extended in the same manner as crescendo.
9."#" symbol: Yes , F#
11.Lyrics: No
12.Rest: No
13. Articulation:
I did study "E Minor Scale".
Following information, I collected for myself and I explain it here for all classmates.
a.What is E-Minor Scale?
E-Minor scale is formed using the following formula.
W=whole=two frets
H=half=single fret
Lets create this scale.
It is called "E-Minor natural Scale"
Two more scales are created from "E-Minor Natural" are called "Harmonic E-Minor" and "Melodic E-Minor"scales.
To form "Harmonic E-Minor scale, you raise half note to the 7th degree note in "natural minor scale" which is "D" turn to "D#".
Harmonic E-Minor scale will be "EF#GABCD#E"
To form "Melodic E-Minor Scale", you raise half note to 6th and 7th degree notes in "Natural E-Minor Scale".
so "Melodic E-Minor Scale will be EF#GABC#D#E.Done.
In composition,"Melodic E-Minor Scale" is used in ascending order.Composer prefer to use "Natural E-Minor Scale on Descending order.
Now check your music sheet at page 75 Scale # 10,Melodic E-Minor is in Ascending and natural E-Minor in Descending order. :)

2.Study assignment "ARPEGGI DI TRE NOTES"
1.Time Signature: 4/4
2.Tempo:not mention
3.Strokes:not mention
5.Phrases: Not defined
6.Dampings: 9
7.Repeats: No
8.Special effects: No
9."#" symbol: No
11.Lyrics: No
12.Rest: Yes,quarter note at measure 24
13. Articulation:
14.Sequence is in triplet form.
Edit: In archive,one student posted this information.I did check few of the chords.
"Kirkland Gavin » Monday 11 May 2015, 19:09 pm

For the Exercise, the 3 note arpeggio in A min, I went through it a couple of time then wrote the chords above each bar.

Am, E7th,E7th,Am,A7th,Dm,Am,(Am,E7th),Am,C,G7th,G7th,C,Am7th,Dm,(C,G7th),C(the run from F to G#, Am,E7th,E7th,Am,A7th,Dm,Am,E7th,Am, The end of the piece.the chords are each bar the ones in parentheses are 2 chords to a bar. the piece is in 4/4 time.
I did this to help me play the B,C,D, and e sections.
Also since its in Amin the scale at first seamed to be the A harmonic minor, however there is the A7th chord in it the A,C#,G note's which would be the A Melodic Minor. I am trying to understand the 2 scales and how they are used in music which is confusing however I'm slowly understanding the scales.

This way I can also play this piece in Em, as well as other minor keys.

Anyway that is how I am learning this.

Kirk" Thanks to Kirk. :)

3.Study assignment "VALSE" page 50
1.Time Signature: 3/8
3.Strokes: Not mention
5.Phrases: Not defined
6.Dampings: 11
7.Repeats: Yes,(D.C. al Fine): repeat from beginining to the end (or up to the word fine, should that appear at the end of the passage, movement &c. - the word "fine" itself signifying '"end" / "ending").
"Fine", instructs the musician to go back to the sign, and end the piece at the measure marked "fine".Wiki
8.Special effects:
9."#" symbol: Yes , C#,F#,G#
11.Lyrics: No
12.Rest: Yes,"one eighth" note at measure 8,16,24
13. Articulation:

I was thinking oh gosh! how can there be too many sharps in E minor since it is a relative minor of sol major.
And then I read your post and find out thats how!.
:merci: :merci: Mr. Haq for such an intriguing explanation. :bye:

Warley Lima

Re: D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

Post by Warley Lima » Mon Apr 11, 2016 1:55 am

Good evening everyone, I am sending the lesson four files. Hugs
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Agnel Joseph Noojibalthila

Re: D02 Classical guitar lesson 04

Post by Agnel Joseph Noojibalthila » Tue Aug 30, 2016 6:52 am

I just uploaded my submissions for lesson 04.
Please have a look.
It's been quite a hectic week.
I hope everyone is doing well.

VALSE en la majeur


Scale of E minor

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