Results 1 – 12 of 41 Carlevaro Masterclass: Villa-Lobos 12 Studies (Guitar Masterclass). Jul 30, Carlevaro: Microestudios Volume 3, Nos Nov Since their first publication in the Microstudies of Abel Carlevaro have become firmly established among the most important sets of didactic studies for the. Sheet Music – £ – On this DVD Abel Carlevaro plays and explains five of his Micro-Studies in a relaxed masterclass. This is an excellent chance for anyone.

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I feel that by following his method over the last few months, my technique has improved a lot in a number of ways, although I still have along way to go!

I was wondering if any one could give me advice on this question. For instance, if you are working on p-i-m-a arpeggios, get the Villa-Lobos 4th Prelude. Some of the 19th-century studies are worth playing in public, but not calrevaro.


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There is plenty of material in parts of the standard repertoire for you to apply the Carlevaro exercises. Thanks for your reply. For a variety of reasons I am currently without a teacher and I suppose I’m trying to put together a course for myself around the technique I’m studying. I take your point about 19th century studies – there are studies by Sor and Carcassi which I really like as pieces of music, but I would agree with you that many of them are not that interesting musically.

That said, I don’t mind working on something which I wouldn’t play in public as long as it helped me develop my technique! Maybe I could also try a study by Villa Lobos?

Try Leo Brouwer’s Estudios Sencillos: Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos ; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona “While you try to master classical guitar, prepare cralevaro a slave’s life: I thought the Villa Lobos studies might be very difficult.

I know Leo Brouwer’s Estudios Sencillos, and have already begun to work on the first two studies of the first series, both of which I love.

I love his “Un dia en noviembre” too, carlevqro I’m not ready for it yet. What do you think of Carlevaro’s Micro-studies? The Brouwer studies are superb, and Carlevaro’s Micro-studies can certainly bring you to another level as well.

And don’t leave out Tarrega’s easier pieces and studies either. I had a look at Villa Lobos’s Prelude 4, and it doesn’t look so difficult as such — the difficulty, I suspect, will be in playing it at the correct speed!


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I love Tarrega, and have been working on his Lagrima and a coupe of other things, mircostudies as Mazurka en Sol, which is I think difficult. I’d really like to play Recuerdos de la Alhambra. Is that the same as you are calling Carlevaro micro studies, or is that a different book? No, the Microstudies or Microestudios are a series of very short studies written micristudies Carlevaro and are not part of the Serie Didactica.

They were published by Chantarelle in four volumes and have been recorded by a variety of people including Carlevaro himself, Ricardo Cobo on Naxosand Janez Gregoric, whose recordings were featured on the Uruguyan radio programme, “En la Tarde del Sur” a programme devoted entirely to miicrostudies guitar every Wednesday. He’s currently giving skype lessons through his website.

I study online frequently, and it works quite well. Board index All times are UTC.