This lesson comes from my Method Book Volume 2.
Below is the lesson for A Major (Page 25) including the scales and chord progressions. The lesson for the Minuet by Handel (Page 26) starts 3:40 mins. The lesson for Leccion No.54 by Sagreras (Page 27) starts at 5:35 mins. The lesson for Bound for South Australia (Page 28) starts at 8:14 mins. The Be sure to watch the whole video straight through to get an overview and to not miss any info.
Below is a recording of the duet with my friend Natasha Pashchenko as well as the chord song Bound for South Australia. If you are playing the duet without a teacher just play the top line on its own.
Thank you for your work books and video’s. I have been playing for a year and a few months and have greatly enjoyed using your material as my lessons. Question, In Leccion No 54, page 27 2nd classic book, first line 2nd measure is that a B flat. You indicate 3 2 fingering? .
No, that is a B natural. It is played on the 3rd string at the 4th fret.
Enjoying the book so far, and the progression is really motivating! Was just curious if at some point you will be introducing ‘standard’ guitar positioning in any of your instructional material. Just wondering, since you do sprinkle in strumming chords (although I do understand chord shapes help with left hand accuracy and other skills). Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the comment. What do you mean by “standard” guitar positioning? Do you mean sitting with the guitar on the other leg? I generally don’t teach the other way of sitting until the classical position is secure and natural since going back and forth can be disruptive at first.