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etude_from_École de guitare_Op.241_p14_Arpeggios-of-three-notes

Subject

Guitar Music Education

Description

Many etudes in classical guitar have a steady arpeggio played over chord changes.
Variations can be made by applying different arpeggio patterns to them.

In this etude by Carulli, each measure can be thought of as having four triad changes during a constant p,i,m, arpeggio.

Try applying any three note arpeggio to this Carulli etude, it's effective technique practice, and your composing.

The first two measures have a I-V (C-G7) chord progression. If you can't play the entire piece, repeat those measures only.
Mauro Giuliani's arpeggios from his Op.1 (Boije 136) repeat C and G7 with 120 variations, so you'd be doing something like that.

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D.J. Ellis https://djellis.net

Source

from: Carulli, Ferdinando. Method pour la guitare. Paris: Launer, No.6, n.d.(ca.1825) p.14
https://imslp.org/wiki/%C3%89cole_de_guitare,_Op.241_(Carulli,_Ferdinando)#IMSLP260383

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2024-02-15

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D.J. Ellis https://djellis.net , “etude_from_École de guitare_Op.241_p14_Arpeggios-of-three-notes,” D.J. Ellis Guitar - discussion, technique, song and online curation, accessed July 25, 2024, https://djellis.net/items/show/62.