La Tirantine by Adrian Le Roy (c.1520–1598) - From A Briefe and Easye Instrution to Learne the Tableture to Conducte and Dispose the Hande unto the Lute (London, 1568). Originally for lute. The main thing to do in this piece is practice the chord shapes since they come up often and as three or four voice chords. Your ability to navigate the chords will really help. There is also a strong melody so practice it on its own and as musically as possible. A light bouncy dance feel can help bring the piece to life and also help the left hand jump about from chord to chord. Due to the tuning of the lute some inner voices have been omitted.Follow the general idea of alternating right hand fingering. Due to all the three note chords, repeated fingers are inevitable so do you best and aim for a dance-like legato sound.
From my Classical Guitar Repertoire Lessons Grade 1 - Lessons and pieces in notation only with fingering. There is also a TAB supplement at the end which includes pieces (not the lessons). This item is a PDF Download. 39 Pages. 2019 Edition.
About & Level: This book teaches classical guitar repertoire at approximately the grade one level. This level is appropriate for students who have completed both my Volume 1 and Volume 2 method books. Each piece has two or three pages of lessons followed by a proper performance edition of the piece.
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