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chords Posture on guitar

 
The posture that we mean here is the placement of the position of the finger in the area of the finger board. Postures Visually can be imitated and classified harmoniously. The left hand posture on the guitar identifies harmony movements. In the context of instrument technique the effectiveness and efficiency of the introduction repertoires are related to posture flexibility.
The basic posture with the 1-3-7 tone pattern confirms the gender triad directly. The term gender refers to minor, minor, seventh dominant and half dim. Neighbor tones are also introduced, so that position analysis and harmony can interact directly.
https://musescore.com/user/29306356/scores/5318673

Welcome.

This page is for anyone who shares the passion for the guitar.  All levels of experience are welcome. Feel free to post any personal arrangements of master pieces old and new as well as original works.  Any guitar related topics or discussions also welcomed. Any non guitar related music or topics posted will be deleted. Thanks. 

Is Zani de Ferranti worth it?

Hey all,

     I am just wondering about people's thoughts on the music of Zani de Ferranti. It seems like it would really take up a lot of time to learn and even more time to edit the scores, so I definitely won't be posting all of his scores on here as that would take forever. However, I am wondering if people think it would be worth it to learn playing some of it. Here is a link to one of his more substantial compositions I found: http://www.free-scores.com/download-sheet-music.php?pdf=4539

New Rule for the page

Just like the title of the group states. Anything and everything guitar related is welcome.  However, I must require that all pieces posted in this group are actually playable on the guitar.  This rule has nothing to do with playable at technical levels according to abilities and levels of experience.  Again all levels of experience from beginner to extremely advanced are welcome.  I'm referring to pieces that contain physically unplayable chords.  Nothing personal but pieces like this I must remove from the page.  

Sparks Fan Club

 Sparks is an american band comprising of two eccentric Los Angeles born brothers named Russell Mael and Ronald Mael. They have been making albums for nearly fifty years, and over that time they have made albums scaling various genres including glam rock, arena rock, disco, new wave, techno, classical, minimalism, etc.
[And have been influenced many bands]
The lyrics to their songs are generally witty, smart-arse, and most of the time, hilarious.
(Ron writes the songs, and Russell sings them)

Here is a list of their discography (Studio Albums):
- Sparks (1971)
- A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing (1972)
- Kimono My House (1974)
- Propaganda (1974)
- Indiscreet (1975)
- Big Beat (1976)
- Introducing Sparks (1977)
- No.1 In Heaven (1978)
- Terminal Jive (1980)
- Whomp That Sucker (1981)
- Angst In My Pants (1982)
- In Outer Space (1983)
- Pulling Rabbits Out of A Hat (1984)
- Music That You Can Dance To (1985)
- Interior Design (1988)
- Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins (1996)
- Plagiarism (1998)
- Balls! (2000)
- Lil' Beethoven (2002)
- Hello Young Lovers (2006)
- Exotic Creatures of the Deep (2008)
- The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman (2009)
[Not a Studio Album, but: Two Hands, One Mouth Tour (2012)]
- F.F.S. (2015) [Franz Ferdinand and Sparks]
- Hippopotamus (2017) 

A couple of videos of myself. Feel free to post yours as well.

I decided to do some videos a while back but my camera crapped out on me so the sound quality is not very good.  I decided to go ahead and continue because at the time I was just getting back into Classical Guitar after a long hiatus so it was good practice to get the chops back. 

Shepard's Bliss
https://www.facebook.com/jeremy.herman.528/videos/1632702910127311/?t=0

This piece is another Original called Luna Ranchero.
https://www.amazon.com/photos/share/bpHkz1S1ih75o1ztymT8eyI1KGUqXNyROhO24oLo7EU/gallery/6mABAKvONBmzZWyYuSKWNA

Feedback on my Fantaisie in E Major

This was the first score I posted on musescore. I posted it first because I am particularly proud of it. It is difficult at parts, but most people should be able to play parts of it (Hint: at the beginning play the Es on the 7th fret of the 5th string). If people really find it so difficult that they cannot find a way to play it on their own I can add in fingerings, but for now I am curious what people think of the score (besides how messy it is. It is messy because it was made before I knew how to space things out on musescore) and how tricky people find this piece. Here is a link to it: https://musescore.com/user/26752381/scores/4783201

By the way, the word Fantaisie is in French because that's what language Sor used to title a lot of his music.