If you are familiar with a lot of repertoire, you will have a treasure trove of starting material. Learning to analyze a piece of music is a great introduction. This is one way you could be a way to start a new piece for the guitar. In this way, you have a map already laid out of where you are going, which chord you are going to use, and when and how you will modulate. By starting with an established piece even the form is given to you.
In this article we explore the history of the classical guitar, tracing its origins back to ancient plucked stringed instruments and its development into its modern form. We also look at how the guitar has changed, including the size, string configuration, and playing techniques. Notable figures in the history of the classical guitar, such as Gaspar Sanz, Francisco Tarrega, and Andres Segovia, are also discussed.
I finally did it. After 12 years, I finally got my act together. I released some of the original music that has been collecting dust in the corner of the closet. Yep, it took 12 years to release 12 minutes of music presented in 5 songs. Why did it take that long? Let me share with you a few thoughts.