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Classical Guitar Lessons: Sor: Progressive Pieces - Opus 44 No. 5

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[MUSIC]
In number 5 of the Opus 44 progressive
pieces, you're going to hear a lot of
short
short notes, short articulation.
And while it doesn't say that in the
actual score, I I'm putting that in,
and sort of making this an articulation
study, if you will.
It's very much in the style of early 19th
century, you know,
European classical inflection, melodic
inflection.
We have repeated melody notes, something
like this, here.
[MUSIC]
You know,
usually when you have a repeated melody
like that often.
In this case, in a, in a three three beat
meter.
One and two, three, one.
One and two, three, one.
Is, is kind of them melodic inflections,
so that what's I'm putting in there.
And then I'm mimicking that with in,
with that same articulation in the base
that answers immediately after.
So slowing, going very slow in the measure
one and two.
[MUSIC]
So,
[MUSIC]
measure three two to three.
And then measure four to five.
[MUSIC]
So you'll hear that throughout.
So this can be something of a, of an
articulation thing.
And it, and it involves the same skill in
your right-hand as,
as sequential planting.
Sequential planting that in one of the
examples, lesson examples of
the Segovia scale where I take you, where
you, I suggest that you practice
the scales occasionally with sequential
planting in the right-hand now.
[MUSIC]
You know,
resulting in mostly staccato notes with
the occasional legato note.
That same skill, and
the same skill in pre, playing sequential
planting in arpeggios.
It's the act of.
[MUSIC]
It's basically the,
it's the act of getting the next
right-hand finger there very early.
And planting on the contact point and then
releasing.
So rather than, I, M, I with a sweep
stroke, which produces a legato sound.
[MUSIC]
A short, short, long inflection involves
an I with M coming in immediately after to
plant [SOUND] like this.
And then M playing with I immediately
planting after.
[MUSIC]
And then the third stroke being legato.
So that's really the gist of it there.
A lot of slurs, some new things introduced
here.
And so enjoy the performance video, and to
get an idea of, of how that goes.
Thanks you very much.