Andantino - Ferdinando Carulli - Ukulele
Born in Naples, Ferdinando Carulli was at first a cellist, but turned as a young man to the guitar. He moved in 1808 to Paris, where he remained until his death in 1841. This small likeable Andantino is famous for starting guitarists (like me) who are familiar with the Noad Method Book. Watch Sor's Op. 60, nr. 9 after this, beautifully played by Peo Kindgren here on YT. Do you think Ferdinando was inspired by Fernando or vice versa? They both lived in the same era. Post it if you know the answer. I don't!
"Andantino" is a short piece for beginning classical guitar students primarily built around the intervals of the 10th and 3rd in the key of G Major. Be sure to sustain notes freely throughout and use dynamics and tone changes (i.e., ponticello -near the bridge, or dolce -over the sound hole) to create variety in your performance.Look for more YouTube videos coming soon to help you succeed in learning how to play the guitar!Please stop by www.JasonWerkema.com and download dozens of FREE professional lear
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Наконец то записал и выложил сюда. Красивая мелодия как мне кажется. Прошу ваших комментариев!
Here's a piece I give students as they move from playing patterned based (arpeggio) free strokes to single note free strokes. Carroll's Andantino ...