Category Archives: #Let’s Play

Ferdinando Carulli | Waltz in Em | Classical Fingerstyle Guitar

Hey everyone,


Since the year 2017 is nearing its end, I wanted to take the time and show you my last piece for 2017. It is the a very popular waltz in em by Ferdinando Carulli. Over the last couple of months, I’ve listened and read a lot about him and he is truly a composer that awoke my interest in studying his music.

I’m currently setting my “playlist” for 2018, carefully selecting pieces that will both, interest and entertain you but at the same time also challenge my abilities as a musician to push me further.

Next to this video, there will also be another one that I am going to record this year. In that particular video I am going to reveal my plans for 2018 and why I decided to re-structure my YouTube channel. Stay tuned! 🙂 Until then, my fellow friends, I hope you will enjoy Carulli’s walz in em.




“Snow Falls Softly at Night” – Percussive Fingerstyle Cover | Easy Intermediate Level

Hey everyone,

here’s a new video for you! It is a very short one, featuring a technique and style that I want to learn in 2018! It is inspired by Tobias Rauscher, an amazingly talented and gifted guitar player from Berlin, Germany.

He became famous for his percussive fingerstyle playing and that’s something that I want to get into as well! Those are my baby steps in that direction. It is very challenging keeping the rhythm and keeping time while switching hand positions and playing on other parts of the guitar.

That is something that I have to work on hard from now on. I hope you like it. For the rest of 2017, I’ve still got plenty of songs that I want to record. Most notably all the themes that I chose for this particular level.

But for now, please enjoy this short video on “Snow Falls Softly at Night”.


Nutcracker March | Tchaikovsky | Easy Beginner Theme | Classical Fingerstyle Guitar

Hey everyone,


here’s my arrangement of Tchaikovsky’s classical theme of the “Nutcracker March”! 🙂 It should suit beginning classical guitar players very well and it is a fun piece to play! I hope you’ll enjoy it! Tell me in the comment below if you liked it.


Once I transcribed this arrangement I am going to release the sheet music for free here on my website!

Stay tuned,






Tschaikovsky’s March Slave Theme | Intermediate Fingerstyle Arrangement by Lukas Wedrychowski| Free Tabs / Notation Download

Hey everyone,


here’s my arrangement of Tschaikovsky’s “March Slave”. It is meant to be an arrangement for the intermediate player or maybe “late-beginner”, as it includes harmonics and some more advanced techniques such as slides (from a beginner’s perspective).

I hope you enjoy this version of it. Please, consider subscribing to my YouTube channel as well as sharing my videos on your socials and giving my videos a thumb up if you liked it! This helps me out a lot as I am still growing!

Thank you so much!


I wish you an amazing day,



Click the link below to download the arrangement.

Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski – March Slave – Intermdiate Theme

“Will of the unknown” – Free Tabs Download

Hey there,


now that my video has reached quite a lot of people I wanted to share with you the tabs for the piece. However, keep in mind that I am a beginner when it comes to transcribing. So the tabs right now are kind of a mess. However, I am planning to release an updated version of it around the end of this year / beginning of next year.


So stay tuned and so far have fun working your way through this version.

This was the first tune I worked on for my proposal! 🙂 It’s officially the first piece out of seven original ones that were meant to be a gift and a hidden message to my girlfriend. All the titles, their very first words/syllables, form the question (in german): “Will you marry me?”


Click the Download link below:  (WARNING: keep in mind that this is the first transcription I ever did, it isn’t that good and I plan on releasing a new version soon!!!)

Will of the unknown x




Stay tuned,



My huge project!

Hey everyone,


I wanted to let you know what I’d planned for so long.

Ever since I started out with music, I wanted to write a suite, a collection of pieces for a special event. Now this very moment has finally come! As part of my plan to propose to my girlfriend, asking her if she wants to marry me.

For this very moment I have written 7 original pieces for Fingerstyle Guitar, pieces which cover our time and relationship. Those 7 pieces are therefore the very essence of our journey.

The idea was that the first few letters of each piece shall form the question (translated from German) “Do you want to marry me?/Will you marry me?”. This is meant as a very personal gift for her to thank her for our time together and for what lies ahead of us.

Below you will find the seven pieces 🙂

1 – [Will] – Will of the Unknown

2 – [st] – Still in my heart

3 – [du] – Du cœur

4 – [mich] – Mi-chemin

5 – [he] – Heyho Blues (I’m new to you)

6 – [ira] – Irá al jardin inglés

7 – [ten] – Ten days in Albaida del Aljarafe


Those pieces include, beside our common story, our passion for languages. We are passionate learners of foreign languages and our common languages are English, French, Spanish which led to the incorporation of those three languages.

🙂 It took me so long to finally write these pieces and I’m happy it’s completed!

Today was the day I proposed to her and asked her if she wants to become my wife… and she said…..


!!!!!!!!!! YES !!!!!!!!!!



I’m so happy that I want to share with you one of those pieces that I wrote for her. I plan on releasing the others as well but for now I can only show you the 6th piece our of my suite.

I hope you’ll enjoy it 🙂

The sheet music will be published soon!

6 – Irá al jardin inglés  – by Lukas Wedrychowski

#Let’s Play | Mary Had a Little Lamb – Version in Am | Arr. by Lukas Wedrychowski

Hey everyone


here’s a new video! It’s my rendition of the famous tune “Mary had a little lamb”, but in Am. It’s darker than the original but something that I found still fitting if we consider the times we live in.

I hope you enjoy it! 🙂