Hello from Oxfordshire

Andrew255
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Hello from Oxfordshire

Post by Andrew255 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:35 pm

Hi

After reading many articles on the forum over the last few years I finally came across a topic that I felt I could contribute to so am now 'signing in' as an identifiable person rather than simply lurking.
I have loved classical guitar since I was a teenager, no idea where the interest came from as no one I knew was remotely interested, but have only had the opportunity to start to learn properly since retiring. I am now in my third year of lessons and enjoying the challenge although have no delusions that my playing will ever be anywhere near where I would like it to be. With hard work and many more years of effort I hope to eventually achieve competence but whether I ever get there only time will tell.

Andrew

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Re: Hello from Oxfordshire

Post by George Crocket » Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:35 pm

Hi Andrew. Welcome to the forum.

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George
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jonny-mosco
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Re: Hello from Oxfordshire

Post by jonny-mosco » Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:21 pm

Hi Andrew - great to see you here, a good and useful place.

Perhaps you could share your love for Giuliani's 120 RH studies...

Jonny

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Re: Hello from Oxfordshire

Post by Andrew255 » Fri Dec 14, 2018 11:18 am

Hi Jonny

Loving working on numbers 104 to 108 at the moment.......

What I particularly enjoy about the Giuliani studies is that if I ever get close to playing any of them correctly, admittedly it doesn't happen very often, a new element is introduced so my technique needs to be changed/improved and they become even more difficult.

I blame my teacher!

Andrew

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