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Developing Classical Guitar Technique

By Denis Azabagic

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Guitar (Classical) - Intermediate-Advanced
Composed by Denis Azabagic. Boxed, Technic. Classic. DVD. Duration 75 minutes. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.99653DVD).

Item Number: MB.99653DVD

In this instructional DVD Denis Azabagic offers technical and interpretive tips on performing two of the most famous pieces in the classical guitar repertoire: La Catedral by Agustin Barrios Mangore and Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Opus 9 by Fernando Sor. On a master-class level, Azabagic presents insightful technical advice, fingering suggestions and problem-solving exercises as well as a musical overview of each piece by movement or variation. While this DVD is specifically designed for those who wish to improve their performance of these two masterpieces, Azabagic's insights on musicianship and interpretation can be applied to virtually any composition.

Clients can best appreciate Azabagic's virtuosity and instruction by owning both this video (99653DVD) plus either the Guitar Foundation of America group performance DVD International Guitar Competition Winners, Vol.1 (21366DVD), or Azabagic's solo performance DVD- Classic Guitar Artistry (98407DVD) - which contain the Barrios and Sor/Mozart works in their entirety.

  • Allegro Solemne  
  • Andante Religioso 
  • Credits 
  • Introduction  Performed by Agustin Barrios Mangore
  • Introduction and Variations on a Theme of Mozart, Opus 9  
  • La Catedral 
  • Preludio "Saudade"  
  • Variation #1  
  • Variation #2  
  • Variation #3  
  • Variation #4  
  • Variation #5  
  • Variation #6  
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

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    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • September 26, 2007 More fingering

    more shots for detailed fingering, better a complete fingering for the whole piece.

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  • 5

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    Trinidad
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • September 17, 2007 great stuff

    this dvd is good for anyone who wants to learn these two pieces - a must buy. I do wish however that i could see him play through these two pieces from beginning to end.

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