D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

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Goran Penic
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Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Goran Penic » Tue Feb 11, 2014 8:55 am

:bravo: Antonio.
:bravo: Barbara.
Ben Spurr wrote:...
I have the below book which helps a lot. I haven't seen any one book, or even after owning several, that covers everything you need or run into when playing the guitar,...
Books and authors who were mentioned most often used in the classical guitar are:
Scott Tennant ("Pumping Nylon") and Frederick Noad ("First Book For The Guitar","Solo Guitar Playing" ...).
Plenty about literature, posture and various problems in playing classical guitar can be easily found on this forum in numerous discussions.
:bye:
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Antonio Carneiro

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Antonio Carneiro » Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:55 am

Goran Penic wrote::bravo: Antonio.
:bravo: Barbara.
Ben Spurr wrote:...
I have the below book which helps a lot. I haven't seen any one book, or even after owning several, that covers everything you need or run into when playing the guitar,...
Books and authors who were mentioned most often used in the classical guitar are:
Scott Tennant ("Pumping Nylon") and Frederick Noad ("First Book For The Guitar","Solo Guitar Playing" ...).
Plenty about literature, posture and various problems in playing classical guitar can be easily found on this forum in numerous discussions.
:bye:
Goran, thank you!
I think he suggested a book for learning music theory. Noad's book teaches the technique..
I'll take a look at the discussions on this forum, probably someone else had the same problems.

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Bill Davis
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Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Bill Davis » Wed Feb 12, 2014 6:58 am

Barbara DiNenno wrote:Here are my submissions.

thanks for listening…. :merci:
Barbara
Hi Barbara,

Good job getting this all in. I like how you counted in ciao. On the improvisation I think I saw you using the 2nd string d rather than the open d on the 4th string. I didn't see this page reference in the class notes, but the improvisation staff is on page 60.

:bravo:
Bill

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Bill Davis
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Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Bill Davis » Wed Feb 12, 2014 7:06 am

Antonio Carneiro wrote:Me too, I haven't studied music theory at all :( Does any of you have a good book suggestion?

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Do hear Mr. Delcamp playing before or after practising? Every time I hear him before practice I'm not able to count the beats properly, I always try to imitate his speed.
Antonio,

:bravo: Nice work on these pieces. I don't know if we have to count out loud for ciao but I figured I should give it a shot since the teacher did it in his video. I have to admit, it was hard to count out loud and play. Also, please consider working on holding the notes for the note duration. I noticed a few short notes in Quand.

:merci:
Bill

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Bill Davis
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Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Bill Davis » Wed Feb 12, 2014 7:27 am

Hello Everyone,

Please find my submissions below.

I had a hard time counting and playing ciao. I guess I am just not coordinated enough to sing and play and instrument, let alone simply count out loud and play. :oops:

Also, please enjoy the background noise in the improvisation video. My wife was working in the kitchen down stairs. :lol:

D01 P60 4-improvise using only four notes (D - G - A - B) for 20 seconds
[media]https://youtu.be/IH8VXUiiWQs[/media]

D01 P33 Anonyme - Quand j'étais chez mon père
[media]https://youtu.be/2YalL3XESlg[/media]

D01 P35 Anonyme - O bella ciao
[media]https://youtu.be/DXQpplbGNq4[/media]

Thank you for watching and providing any feedback that may be helpful for my improvement.

Bill

Halil Akaydin
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Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Halil Akaydin » Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:21 am

Solid rest stroke technique, Bill.

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Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Halil Akaydin » Wed Feb 12, 2014 11:28 am

[media]https://youtu.be/oMkDBlHjDio&feature[/media]

[media]https://youtu.be/cs6_jrbhP0s[/media]

My recordings for lesson 7. :)

Ciao Bella is driving me nuts. Stupid rest strokes! :)
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Shelby Brown

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Shelby Brown » Wed Feb 12, 2014 5:23 pm

Hi Halil,

Nice playing! I didn't hear any mistakes in the rest strokes. :bravo:


Bill,

:bravo:

Shelby

Barbara DiNenno

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Barbara DiNenno » Thu Feb 13, 2014 12:55 am

Bill,
Nice work, sounded very good. Heard very little string buzz and it was played with a musical feel. Thanks for the correction on my improv, I had no idea it was supposed to be open D. I cannot count aloud without singing the tune, impossible for me.


Halil,

Good job, well done. I think we were supposed to count aloud in Bella ciao. Made it more difficult to play for me.

Barbara

Ben Spurr

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Ben Spurr » Thu Feb 13, 2014 6:15 pm

D01 lesson 7, pg 33, Quand J'Etais Chez Mon Pere

[media]https://youtu.be/eZP7EHs7s24[/media]



D01 lesson 7, improvise using only four notes, d-g-a-b, for 20 seconds.

[media]https://youtu.be/oy68IxwFSis[/media]

Shelby Brown

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Shelby Brown » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:35 pm

Here are my lesson 7 videos:



[media]https://youtu.be/yaouPtuDVJQ[/media]

[media]https://youtu.be/xdKmxE8YKTg[/media]

[media]https://youtu.be/sd58Mw4Lwls[/media]


Comments are much appreciated! :merci:

Shelby

Shelby Brown

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Shelby Brown » Thu Feb 13, 2014 8:39 pm

Hi Ben,

The only thing I noticed is some string buzzing, which I have difficulty with also. Other than that :bravo: .

Shelby

Barbara DiNenno

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Barbara DiNenno » Fri Feb 14, 2014 1:19 am

Shelby,
Nice job. You have great posture especially your left hand.
Barbara

Antonio Carneiro

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Antonio Carneiro » Sat Feb 15, 2014 1:27 pm

Bill Davis wrote:
Antonio Carneiro wrote:Me too, I haven't studied music theory at all :( Does any of you have a good book suggestion?

---

Do hear Mr. Delcamp playing before or after practising? Every time I hear him before practice I'm not able to count the beats properly, I always try to imitate his speed.
Antonio,

:bravo: Nice work on these pieces. I don't know if we have to count out loud for ciao but I figured I should give it a shot since the teacher did it in his video. I have to admit, it was hard to count out loud and play. Also, please consider working on holding the notes for the note duration. I noticed a few short notes in Quand.

:merci:
Bill
Bill,
I always count out loud! I just don't record it. (I mean, without that, I wouldn't be able to figure the tempo)
I'll try to work on the notes duration.

Thank you for the advice! :D

Ben Spurr

Re: D01 Classical guitar lesson 07

Post by Ben Spurr » Sat Feb 15, 2014 4:45 pm

O Bella Cio is giving me a hard time, especially for such a simple and short tune. To keep from getting lost in the middle of the tune while counting I had to convert all of the notes to eights and write the counts over them. Still not able to get a decent recording of it. My fingernails also started hanging on the strings, which hasn't helped at all, either.

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