#PROGRESSLOG | GUITAR (Y1/W2)

Year 1 (2017) – Week 2

Guitar | SUMMARY

  • Repertoire
    • Classical:
      • “Für Elise” by Ludwig van Beethoven (practicing the current two parts)
    • Spanish / Flamenco:
      • “Study in Dm” from “Spanish Guitar 1” by “Guita-in-a-nutshell.com”
  • Theory
    • Scales:
      • Major Scale (D, A, F, B)
      • Minor Pentatonic Scale (2nd box)
    • Chords:
      • Am, E, F
    • Key signatures
      • Repeating C, D, E, F, G, A, B
    • Intervals
      • Root to perfect 8th – Repetition
  • Technique
    • Spider exercise (Warm up)
    • Scale practise
      • Major Scale (D, A, F, B)
    • Chord Practice
      • [to be announced]
    • Rhythm Practice
      • Standard 4/4 fingerstyle pattern (4)
    • New Technique
      • Basic percussive elements

 

This week was the “Spanish week” which means I studied one of those pieces in the Spanish Guitar Course by Guitar-in-a-nutshell.com. It’s a course I can really recommend to every single one of you! Below this article you will find the video to the piece. It will be uploaded the upcoming days since I didn’t manage to do so due to a cold.

The next week will be the Blues week, consisting of another Fingerstyle Blues piece as well as some further exercices on percussive elements on the guitar. I’ll try to record a small beat consisting of basic elements such as the base drum and snare.

Year 2 (2017) – Week 3

Guitar | PLANNING

  • Repertoire
    • Classical:
      • “Für Elise” by Ludwig van Beethoven (practicing the current two parts)
    • Blues
      • A small fingerstyle blues study by David Hamburger & Truefire.com
  • Theory
    • Scales:
      • Major Scale (D, A, F, B)
      • Blues Scale
    • Chords:
      • Am, E, F
    • Key signatures
      • Repeating C, D, E, F, G, A, B
    • Intervals
      • Root to perfect 8th – Repetition
  • Technique
    • Spider exercise (Warm up)
    • Scale practise
      • Major Scale (D, A, F, B)
    • Rhythm Practice
      • Standard 4/4 fingerstyle pattern (4)
    • New Technique
      • Basic percussive elements
      • Blues Turnarounds

 

 

 

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