The 20 Brouwer Simple Studies (Etudes Simples, Fr.; Estudios Sencillos, Sp.), are good examples of guitar studies. From the first to the last. since many yeares I’m coming again and again back to Estudios Sencillos by Leo Brouwer. Recently I heard a recording by Ricardo Cobo – he. I’d recommend progressing to this after completing Brouwer’s Simple Studies. It consists of 10 homages to famous composers and are played in their typical.

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Sign up using Email and Password. This is because pieces of this kind usually isolate a particular aspect of technique, allowing you to focus upon it. This is what the piece reduces to, if you take out the arpeggiation and just consider the chord changes in fact, only the filled notes need to be fretted, the others are open strings: See what people are saying about.

Leo Brouwer | Etudes Simples (Estudios Sencillos) Volume 4

The Estudios Sencillos by Leo Brouwer: My memory of high school French is that ‘w’ doesn’t show up a lot. Your review was sent successfully and is now waiting for our staff to publish it. I recently started playing simplss study again, having not played it for many years.

For example, they also deal with: And, of course, this is just the starting point; once one is able to play the whole piece easily, one can start to use the study to work upon other aspects of technique. How to approach the study of a piece for guitar Leo Brouwer, Estudios Sencillos no.

The Estudios Sencillos by Leo Brouwer: How simple are they? – Classical Guitar

You may find one of the “easy” ones very difficult for you or one of my “difficult” ones easy. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.


Your question will appear on the site once someone answers it. As the right-hand picking pattern is essentially the same throughout the piece, it may be quickest to learn this piece, by first focussing upon what does change: Now for the real question: But how easy they would be for someone else would depend on what sorts of things are easy for them.

See what people are saying about Loading Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp. Very often, the pieces in these collections would be very easy for a virtuoso or a professional player. From the first to the last, they each focus upon an important aspect of classical guitar technique, while also always being satisfyingly musical compositions. Dodicin 94 1 6.

Leo Brouwer | Etudes Simples (Estudios Sencillos) Volume 4

They don’t sound simple at all in this speed. A new student normally beigns with Carcassi Op60 or maybe some Sor studies, to review basic technique and sound production.

I wonder if the composer or publisher in naming pieces this way might have had other motives And these are just a few aspects of technique that are dealt with; these pieces also allow the player to work upon more musical aspects of their playing, such as rhythmic accuracy. It may take from 6 months to a year, or maybe more, according to player level.

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I siples it particularly useful to practise bars as a “mini-exercise” as this seemed to be the first passage with a difficult left-hand chord change, and so making it difficult to play across the bar line fluently.


I think Cobo plays a lot of them too fast. Our website estduios made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

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But my asked me to make the accompaniment interesting while still keeping a singing bass. Just for the sake of comparison, I would say my current playing, after starting from zero 2 years and 8 months ago, is at the upper end of level 3 according to Mr Delcamp’s scheme, and at about level 3, lwo, according to ABRSM.

Music is a big continent with different landscapes and corners. They are not so difficult to simply play the notes, but I think they are quite difficult to play well, with a good interpretation.

He asked me to do some sort of rhythm swing to detach it from bass, in a way accompaniment becomes interesting and you don’t need just to play it in a quiet way. In order to do this, a study will usually simplify some aspect of the composition, so that it becomes easier to learn the piece and repetitively practice the highlighted technique.

I began playing them about one year ago, and I’m planning to start on 6 to 10 real soon now. Estdios recording recommendations can be: Was this review helpful? How do you pronounce Brouwer? For example, Number 1 was very easy to me, and I could play it more or less well during first sight-reading.

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