#PROGRESSLOG | Guitar (Y1/M1/W1)

Year 1 (2017) – Month 1 –  Week 1

Guitar | SUMMARY

  • Repertoire
    • Classical: “Für Elise” – Part C (last part)
  • Theory
    • Scale: C Major Scale
    • Chords: F, Am (with 1st and 2nd inversion), C/G
  • Technique
    • Accentuating the base line
    • Scale: C Major Scale
    • Chords: F, Am, C/G
    • Rhythm: 3/4 8th pattern

 

Okay this week I slowed it down a little bit due to the exam. I’ve also written one during the week, therefore I haven’t really been able to do as much during the first part of this week. However, I did a bit more towards the end. I’ve kept practicing the C Part of “Für Elise” to finally been able to connect all the dots and complete the piece. The rest (i.e. technique and theory) was mainly build around that very part. I’ll also extent the schedule for the next week to finish the piece completely. I want to try out a new time frame consisting of two-week cycles instead of 1. I’ll test how it goes and whether I can progress faster following that planning.

Year 1 (2017) – Month 1 –  Week 2

Guitar | PLANNING

  • Repertoire
    • Classical: “Für Elise” – Part C (last part)
    • Spanish: “Spanish Pedal Tones” by “Guitar-in-a-nutshell”
  • Theory
    • Scale: C Major Scale
    • Chords: F, Am (with 1st and 2nd inversion), C/G, E7
  • Technique
    • Scale: C Major Scale
    • Chords: F, Am, C/G
    • Rhythm: 3/4 8th pattern

 

The next week I am going to focus on finishing the piece as well as getting the building blocks around that under my finger tips. Depending on how long it will take and whether or not I will have time besides revisiting the stuff for my state exam I’ll try to include a piece out of my spanish course as well!

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