D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

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D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sat Aug 31, 2019 6:59 pm

D06 Classical guitar lesson 01
Hello everyone,
if you are new to the course, please read this message to familiarize yourself with the conditions for participating in the lessons.

Today we'll look at 5 pieces
- página 28 Gregoire Brayssing : La Cinquieme Fantasie



- página 14 Alonso Mudarra : Pavana de Alexandre



- página 18 Adrian Le Roy : Passemeze



- página 5 Luys Milán : Pavana 6



José Ferrer y Esteve - L'Etudiant de Salamanque, tango-valse pour guitare opus 31
partitura : http://www.guitarraclasicadelcamp.com/p ... steve.html



I ask you first to work on all these exercises and tunes for a week and then to upload your recordings of:
Luys Milán : Pavana 6
José Ferrer y Esteve - L'Etudiant de Salamanque, tango-valse pour guitare opus 31





Good luck!

Jean-François


Exam qualifying submissions: :
Luys Milán : Pavana 6
José Ferrer y Esteve - L'Etudiant de Salamanque, tango-valse pour guitare opus 31
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sat Aug 31, 2019 7:00 pm

D07 Classical guitar lesson 01
Hello everyone,
if you are new to the course, please read this message to familiarize yourself with the conditions for participating in the lessons.



Today we'll look at 2 pieces
Giulio Cesare Barbetta : Moresca detta il mattacino



Johann Sebastian Bach : Prélude BWV 998

Jason Vieaux >






I ask you first to work on all these exercises and tunes for a week and then to upload your recordings of:
Johann Sebastian Bach : Prélude BWV 998

Good luck!

Jean-François
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Jean-François Delcamp » Sat Aug 31, 2019 7:00 pm

D08 Classical guitar lesson 01
Hello everyone,
if you are new to the course, please read this message to familiarize yourself with the conditions for participating in the lessons.


D08 lesson 1 Francisco Tárrega : Gran vals, p 128, 129.
D08 lesson 2 Francisco Tárrega : Gran vals, p 130, 131.
D08 lesson 3 Agustín Barrios Mangoré (1885-1944) Vals N°4 Opus 8, m 1-62
D08 lesson 4 Agustín Barrios Mangoré (1885-1944) Vals N°4 Opus 8, m 63-156
D08 lesson 5 Sylvius Léopold Weiss : Fantaisie, p 28, 29
D08 lesson 6 Sylvius Léopold Weiss : Fantaisie, p 30, 31
D08 lesson 7 et 8 La pièce imposée à l'examen de fin d'année
D08 lesson 9 Francisco Tárrega : Capricho Arabe, m 1-35
D08 lesson 10 Francisco Tárrega : Capricho Arabe, m 36-64



Today we'll look at 1 piece
Francisco Tárrega : Gran vals p 128, 129.








I ask you first to work on all these exercises and tunes for a week and then to upload your recordings of:
Francisco Tárrega : Gran vals p 128, 129.

Good luck!

Jean-François
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Rick Beauregard » Sat Aug 31, 2019 9:01 pm

Thank you Prof. Delcamp. Hope you have a great summer paddling.

Welcome back to the English Forum D06,07,08! (I guess D06 never left). This is a great solution to the issue of lower participation the higher we go. I dont know how long I can hang in there with the rep, but I'll give it a go!
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Angela Zhao » Sun Sep 01, 2019 1:24 am

Hello Rick
I am very happy that we have been together again.
For the job of student tutor, we need to work together to help the students on the forum.
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Rick Beauregard » Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:24 am

Angela Zhao wrote:
Sun Sep 01, 2019 1:24 am
Hello Rick
I am very happy that we have been together again.
For the job of student tutor, we need to work together to help the students on the forum.
:merci:
Hi Angela, welcome back. For those of D01-05 who seek help, we'll do our best! After all, I for one am not an expert, just a beginner with experience.
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Ian Howe » Sun Sep 01, 2019 12:46 pm

thanks for the support Rick and Angela, it's invaluable having this experience around when things are getting tough :bravo:
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Jesús Morote » Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:13 am

Thank you, Mr. Delcamp.

Welcome everyone to this new course, which in my case will be D07.

If possible, this new format of levels D06, D07 and D08 jointly should be clarified.
Are participants expected to comment on the recordings of all levels or should each student limit themselves to commenting on the pieces and recordings only from classmates of the same level?
i. e., can and should all students of both D06, D07 and D08 comment on the recordings of classmates from both D06, D07 and D08? Or is it preferable that D06 students only comment on the recordings of D06 classmates , D07 students from D07 classmates and D08 students from D08 classmates?

It is convenient to clarify this so as not to unintentionally interfere with the good progress of a different level course, if that were not correct.

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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Colin Bullock » Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:36 am

Jesús Morote wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:13 am
Are participants expected to comment on the recordings of all levels or should each student limit themselves to commenting on the pieces and recordings only from classmates of the same level?
i. e., can and should all students of both D06, D07 and D08 comment on the recordings of classmates from both D06, D07 and D08? Or is it preferable that D06 students only comment on the recordings of D06 classmates , D07 students from D07 classmates and D08 students from D08 classmates?
Hi Jesús
I’m not the moderator of this section, but I am considering participating in D06.
General rule is that you are free to offer helpful comment on any level, even D01. So there is no need to limit yourself to just the level you are studying, particularly if you have useful experience of a level.

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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Jesús Morote » Mon Sep 02, 2019 10:51 am

Colin Bullock wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:36 am
Hi Jesús
I’m not the moderator of this section, but I am considering participating in D06.
General rule is that you are free to offer helpful comment on any level, even D01. So there is no need to limit yourself to just the level you are studying, particularly if you have useful experience of a level.
Thanks, Colin. I think the same, but I have asked because in the Spanish forum there have been people in the past who have been bothered by comments made on the threads of a certain level by classmates who were students from a different level.

The more ideas and opinions the better for everyone!

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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by DaveMoutrie » Mon Sep 02, 2019 4:42 pm

Hello everyone,

and a very warm welcome back to all my guitar playing colleagues.

I am looking to participate in level D06 this year - just wondering if anyone else is having a go at this level.
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Rick Beauregard » Mon Sep 02, 2019 6:53 pm

Jesús Morote wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 10:51 am
Colin Bullock wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:36 am
Hi Jesús
I’m not the moderator of this section, but I am considering participating in D06.
General rule is that you are free to offer helpful comment on any level, even D01. So there is no need to limit yourself to just the level you are studying, particularly if you have useful experience of a level.
Thanks, Colin. I think the same, but I have asked because in the Spanish forum there have been people in the past who have been bothered by comments made on the threads of a certain level by classmates who were students from a different level.

The more ideas and opinions the better for everyone!

:bye:
Hi Jesús,

My experience has been that the "rules" and some egos are a tad more sensative over on the Spanish forum. So far I think I am the only D08 student on this forum in English, so I would have no feedback or worse, no encouragement, if the rule as you state would be in place. So please, anyone here, listen to my work if you can, and comment if you observe or hear something I can improve. I will say that "too slow tempo" is not that helpful, and a common theme for me. It takes a lot of time for me to reach recommended tempo on difficult pieces, especially fast ones. So be advised, I am well aware of my slow tempo! :D
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Rick Beauregard » Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:03 pm

Hello again,
I just realized there was a list for D08 above. It says there will be an exam for this level this year. The first for this level, correct?
All this time I thought I was making music; it was making me.
2015 Steve Ganz "Solidarity"
1980 Dauphin D30
1962 Fender pre-CBS P-Bass
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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Colin Bullock » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:37 pm

Rick Beauregard wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:03 pm
Hello again,
I just realized there was a list for D08 above. It says there will be an exam for this level this year. The first for this level, correct?
It does appear to suggest there will be an exam piece. It also implies it will be revealed in lesson 7 - so 2 months to practice, in line with the other pieces.

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Re: D06 D07 D08 Classical guitar lesson 01

Post by Jesús Morote » Tue Sep 03, 2019 12:48 pm

In the Spanish forum I presented a subjective classification of the pieces of the courses D04, D05 and D06, adding, when possible, the qualification given by the GuitarBurst website. So you can organize a Delcamp course to do it in two years, and not in one.
https://www.guitarraclasicadelcamp.com/ ... 20#p214293

I now facilitate the qualification of GuitarBurst for the pieces of the D07. Perhaps some student from the last year dares to offer their subjective classification of the difficulty of the pieces of the D07.

Adelita (Mazurca) Francisco Tárrega 6
Etude XI Op 6 Fernando Sor 7
Dedicatoria Enrique Granados 7
Prelude BWV 999 Johann Sebastian Bach 7
Etude XX (de 25 études op 60) Matteo Carcassi 7
El Testament d'Amèlia Miguel Llobet 8
Melancholy Galliard John Dowland 8
Menuet (from Sonate en La Majeur) Anton Diabelli 8
Prelude BWV 998 Johann Sebastian Bach 9
Fantasía X Alonso Mudarra 9
Allemande BWV 996 Johann Sebastian Bach 9

Fughetta (D Major) Georg Friedrich Haendel unclassified
Baxa de Contrapunto Luis de Narváez unclassified
Pepita (Polka) Francisco Tárrega unclassified [as reference: Rosita (Polka) has 9]
Bolero (A minor) Julián Arcas unclassified

In GuitarBurst:

A grade of 1 through 5 is recommended for beginners: players in their first year of classical guitar playing. This would include players that are already playing non-classical guitar but may not be reading music or familiar with classical guitar techniques.

A grade of 6 through 10 is recommended for intermediate performers. These performers should have a good understanding of accidentals, some higher positions, barre chords, and playing multiple voices at once. Pieces near the top end of this difficulty level may be appropriate for audition to college guitar programs.

A grade of 11 through 15 is recommended for advanced performers. Most of these pieces are recommended for college level performers. Most of them include more complicated techniques such as complicated right and left hand arpeggios, difficult runs, complex chord forms, and fast transitions around the neck.

A grade of 16 through 20 is recommended for professional performers. These include graduate level students and concert professionals.


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