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Check it out at Werner Guitar Editions! Andantino, Op. It is a quintessential example of the classical era composing for guitar. This piece is in G major so warm up with a G major scale. Play the melody on its own. Aim for a legato and musically shaped melody. Practice the specific chord shapes used in this piece slowly and calmly. Classical era pieces such as this one tend to work very well on the guitar if fingering is followed.
In Bar , the bass voice employs an alternating figuration of notes that are part of a chord. This is commonly known in the Classical era as an alberti bass. Try playing the bass voice on its own to hear how it sounds. YouTube Lesson Link 4k. Support the site. You're reading one of the most popular independent classical guitar publications online.
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Andantino in A minor by Ferdinando Carulli
Andantino Opus no. Carulli's study in A minor, Andantino - Opus no. Opus is Carulli's acclaimed teaching publication and is still in use today. See the score below or download it as a PDF. Download a free PDF copy for easy offline viewing and printing.
Grade 1 Lesson: Andantino, Op.241, No.5 by Carulli
Chasmac is a semi-retired guitar teacher who has taught in various schools in London and elsewhere for over 30 years. From Ferdinando Carulli's famous study method, Opus , this is the third piece called "Andantino" in the collection of studies. It's in the key of G major, and, like most of the pieces near the beginning of Opus , it's quite short and simple. You can hear a software-generated version of the score too in the video capsule, which also shows the score line by line in time with the music. View it in full-screen mode at high playback quality to ensure a clear and legible display. You can also click on any line of the score below to see it magnified if necessary. This is a two section, or 'binary form' piece.
Carulli - Andantino in G Major sheet music for Guitar