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PREVIEW: A-M-I Scales

  • Lesson Parts6 Parts
  • Lesson DifficultySkill Level: Intermediate - Advanced
  • Total length: 25:26

About This Lesson

Anton Baranov discusses three fingered (A-M-I) scale technique and demonstrates its application to pieces in the classical guitar repertoire such as Sor’s Variations on a Theme by Mozart and Torroba’s La Seguidilla. Baranov’s lesson goes on to cover scales that combine both two and three finger approaches such as those found in Ponce’s Concierto del Sur and Parga’s Recuerdos de Sevilla.

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