Lesson: Scarlatti, Light Touch, Consistency, Planning by Martin Bickerton

English guitarist Martin Bickerton plays Sonata in A by Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757). This comes via his YouTube Channel and his lesson series titled “Tuned Up”. He plays the sonata and then talks about the piece and also gives a lesson on exercises for: 1) Light Touch and Feel: The Buzz Note Exercise; 2) Consistency in Sound: L and R hand fingering; and 3) Planned Performance: what you want to say and when. Looking forward to more lessons, go subscribe to him on YouTube if you haven’t already.

You can check out my free sheet music edition if you like: Scarlatti in A, K322 

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