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Classical Guitar Lessons: Carcassi Method -- Key of F Major

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Key of F major,
from the Carcassi guitar method.
This is a, this is our first flat key
signature so that's that's a change here,
a new addition, and also in the musical
example that I chose from, from this,
of course, I encourage you to do all three
of his musical examples, within the key.
But I chose this one for, for the lesson
the march because it introduces dotted
rhythms, which are,
have a nice, light, but quick kind of,
kind of playing feel to them.
So you'll, I hope you will get from the,
from the video that you're watching how
to do this and, and all so how to imbue
the rhythm with a nice crisp vitality.
Here we go, here's the scale exercise to
cover all the notes in the scale in first
position for F major.
And now here is the March that I mentioned