Hello from Florida

justabeginner

Hello from Florida

Post by justabeginner » Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:57 pm

This is my first post. I have been slowly learning classical guitar for the past 3 years. First just playing from TAB notation but now learning to read music.I am 68 years old and have always wanted to learn classical guitar but never had the time for it. Now I am retired so now I have the time. I am learning on my own. I would like to find a local qualified teacher but so far no luck.
I happened upon this forum by accident while trying to find sheet music for Concerto in D minor after Alessandro Marcello, BWV 974. The forum looks like a good resource for ideas and communication with other classical guitar players.
Glad to be a new member.

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Re: Hello from Florida

Post by Erik Zurcher » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:00 pm

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