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PREVIEW: Cordoba (Albeniz)

  • Lesson Parts6 Parts
  • Lesson DifficultySkill Level: Intermediate - Advanced
  • Total length: 25:42

About This Lesson

Gohar Vardanyan walks through each section of Isaac Albeniz’s “Córdoba” from Chants d'Espagne, originally written for piano. A few of the many musical aspects discussed include using rubato effectively, balancing the melody and accompaniment, and deciding which arrangement to use.

Vardanyan also offers a technical alternative to the rasgueado section in the middle with the use of arpeggios instead.

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