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”.
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!
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
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! 🙂
this is my mid-week update for Y1/W1. I’m still head over heel with “Für Elise” by Ludwig van Beethoven. It’s a pretty piece but at the same, also quite tricky due to its key changes. This video shows my progress after three days. I’ve just completed the first section of the piece and will start with the second one today.
In total there are three parts to cover before I can finish the piece so it is still a long way to go before I can add this to my repertoire. However, I will give my best to finish it in time and provide a #vLog update at the end of this week.
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