Anon. - Greensleeves

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Anon. - Greensleeves

Post by AvidLearner » Mon Oct 08, 2018 4:19 pm

Hello, here is my rendition of Greensleeves so far. I got the guitar about a month ago and have been working on this piece for about 3 weeks out of the 50 easy classical guitar solos book. I'm finally getting to the point where my playing of this song is consistent.
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Re: Anon. - Greensleeves

Post by too » Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:24 pm

Considering you were only playing guitar for such a short time, your performance is really good. Most beginners would probably need much more time to get to this point. Though it is always nice and satifactory to play complete pieces - even small ones, I encourage you to always use a big amount of your guitar study time to develop your playing basics further on, like left hand / right hand finger work, phrasing, rhythm and most of all good tone and musical expression.

Keep on the good work!
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Re: Anon. - Greensleeves

Post by khs » Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:41 am

Thanks and congratulations.
Any seemingly not demanding piece is not easy to perform to the end. And you tried and posted it!
Listening your playing I felt innate playng ability. It was resilient and natural. If you study fundamental stuffs steadily and take your time, you will be much better in makng music.

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