William Kanengiser masterclass notes

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Just found these rather detailed notes on William’s guitar blog that cover a William Kanengiser masterclass. Some interesting points such as:

The shape of phrases follow the strength of the harmony. Harmonies are used for specific reasons, and especially so in classical period music like Sor’s. There are some general rules, like when you have a dissonance resolving into a consonance, the (tense) dissonance should be louder than the consonance (release), but the deeper your understand of how this works, the easier it will be for you to give a mature interpretation of phrasing.

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