Hi folks, A new page called videos has been recently opened on my blog. If you haven’t discovered it yet, you can click here. I share videos of my own playing and I plan to post some lessons and podcasts there soon, so stay tuned! I hope you enjoy them. Here are some of the… Read More Videos
Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909) was the influential Spanish composer and guitarist of the romantic era. Back in those days, not everybody believed in the potentials of the guitar and it was more common to compose for instruments like piano and violin. Francisco Tárrega has greatly influenced the development of the “classical” guitar by the etudes, studies… Read More Tárrega, Paco de Lucia & History of the Guitar
Hello Folks, I hope you have enjoyed reading, listening and watching my posts in 2017. In 2018, I am opening a new page on my website where I am going to post more videos, pictures and podcasts. So stay tuned! Lots of changes are on the way! Meanwhile if you are interested to see more… Read More Happy 2018 + updates!
Classical guitar’s repertoire consists of pieces that have been written by composers of different nationalities. Even great composers who never really wrote anything for the instrument were thinking very highly of the guitar. “The guitar is an orchestra in itself”, Beethoven. “Nothing is more beautiful than a guitar, except, possibly two”, Chopin. However, classical guitar… Read More Malagueña Arr. For Classical Guitar
On every polyphonic instrument, knowing how to play chords is one of the most important subjects, every song is built and based on chords after all. One can sometimes listen to a good chord progression with no real melody and enjoy it. For some reasons, playing chords seems to be a bit more confusing and… Read More Chords on the Guitar
Hello friends, I have just started a Patreon account. Patreon allows you to support musician,artists bloggers etc. by a monthly contribution. My patrons will have access to my private patreon feed and can ask me questions. Also, you can listen to my unpublished songs/pieces and free download of my works, as well as access to… Read More My Patreon page
In order to explore the various standard types of repertoire for classical guitar, we need to categorize the repertoire into two holistic categories as pieces which are originally written and pieces that are arranged/ adapted for the classical guitar (from piano, violin, etc.). It is also important to consider the changes the the guitar and… Read More The Various Standard Types of Repertoire for Classical Guitar
Destructive music is not a special kind of music that you may feel like you have never heard one or if you start listening to one you’d know right away and be like “oh my God this is destructive music, I shouldn’t be listening to this”! These days, you would hardly find a single soul… Read More Destructive Music