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Classical Guitar Lessons: Sor: Progressive Pieces - Opus 44 No. 16

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[MUSIC]
Number
16,
an Andante
from the
Opus 44
progressive
pieces by
Fernando
Sor.
Again, very tricky stuff.
There's a lot of dotted rhythms of, lots
of dotted rhythm.
In fact, one dotted rhythm in two voices,
in the second repeat of the piece right
here.
[MUSIC]
And that's very.
[SOUND] To play a true dotted rhythm there
is [SOUND] very challenging.
You have to be very light in both the
quick and light in both the right and
left hands there.
My, my right-hand fingering recommendation
for that is M, M-I.
So A-M, M-I.
Yes, you will be doubling with the M, but
[SOUND] it's [SOUND] you could do,
you could do A, M-I, if you like, if it
makes it a little bit easier.
[SOUND] But really, the main thing is
getting [SOUND] this move here.
[SOUND] And as I've said in several other
lessons with dotted rhythms,
play the first note of the fast, of the
two fast notes.
[SOUND] In this case, the two F sharps,
[SOUND] and then the G and the E.
[MUSIC]
I'm gonna play the first two notes
lightly.
[MUSIC]
And play the sec, the second pair in this
case, [SOUND] second pair of notes with a
little bit more of an accent.
[SOUND] It should just be, feel like a
gesture in the right-hand.
[MUSIC]
Shorten this note here, shorten the end
of one on this measure, [SOUND] short,
long.
[MUSIC]
And that'll give you a little bit,
that way you can plant, [SOUND] short,
you can shorten that with your left-hand
or your right or both.
[MUSIC]
And
that gives you a little bit of a breathing
room before that, that very quick move.
[COUGH] I love the ending here, I just
love this.
[MUSIC]
So you you'll
notice in the performance there.
[MUSIC]
That's just a lengthening of
the appoggiatura notes.
[SOUND] The A to E.
[MUSIC]
And in in E,
over an E minor, that's an E minor chord.
[MUSIC]
And in D sharp to the E, so
as long as you keep the time and make up
the time that you,
that you took my lengthening that note.
Lengthening those appoggiatura notes,
[MUSIC]
you'll be okay.
There's a lesson on that in rubato in one
of the other blocks.
So that's number 16, the Andante by Sor.
From the Opus 44 progressive pieces.
I look forward to your videos.
[MUSIC]