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PREVIEW: Sevilla (Albeniz)

  • Lesson Parts5 Parts
  • Lesson DifficultySkill Level: Advanced
  • Total length: 20:58

About This Lesson

Gohar Vardanyan teaches Isaac Albeniz’s “Sevilla” from Suite Española No.1, Op.47. The lesson begins with a demonstration of the Sevillanas rhythmic form which the piece is based off.

Vardanyan then proceeds to walk through each section of the piece, sharing musical and technical strategies along the way.

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