Seven Fundamental Arpeggio Studies
The Seven Fundamental Arpeggio Studies are essential to the technique fundamentals in the area of arpeggio studies for the classical guitarist in order to acquire the necessary finger coordinations to perform the etudes and concert literature (repertoire) of the classical guitar that exist from the 16th century Renaissance to the modern-day. Detailed finger descriptions, music score details, and string crossing applications are included as a practice guide to study and master the arpeggio sequences.
Practice Guide for the Classical Guitarist
The Practice Guide for the Classical Guitarist is a practical study (practice) guide for the classical guitarist. For the concert guitarist and aspiring classical guitar student, it is essential to have and maintain a solid and practical approach to daily practice to acquire and maintain the essential components of technique and etude study for the successful performance of the concert literature (repertoire). The goal of the classical guitarist is concert performance to share the beautiful literature of the guitar with audiences worldwide. It is not adequate to simply play through the concert repertoire to maintain technique, but rather, the daily study of technique and etudes will enable the virtuoso guitarist to perform at the highest level of performance ability to share music with the concert audience.