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Anthology of 19th Century Studies

For Five Fingers of the Right Hand

By Leonhard Beck

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Guitar (Classical) - Multiple Levels
For Five Fingers of the Right Hand. Composed by Leonhard Beck. Edited by Charles Postlewate. Classic. E-book. 56 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications - Digital Sheet Music (M0.21153EB).

Item Number: M0.21153EB

ISBN 1619110601.

This is an anthology of beautiful easy- to-moderate level pieces by 19th century masters of the guitar: Dionisio Aguado, Antonio Cano, Federico Cano, Matteo Carcassi, Fernando Sor, and Francisco Tarrega, adapted for a modern right-hand technique that includes the little finger. German Professor of Guitar Leonhard Beck has compiled this collection with the assistance of Charles Postlewate, pioneer of the use of the right hand little finger. It shows the advantage ofusing the little finger in the playing of scales, chords, arpeggios, tremolosand harmonics for speed, accuracy, strength and balance. These studies make good repertoire pieces for thebeginning guitarist or for the advanced guitarist who wishes to add the little finger to an already-developed right- hand technique. They are graded in three levels of Easy (7 studies), Easy- Intermediate (9 studies) and Intermediate (11 studies) for the progressive development of the right hand. An ideal companion to MB98710" Right Hand Studies for Five Fingers: Using Chords, Arpeggios, Tremolos and Harmonics by Charles Postlewate. Standard notation only.

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