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I need to learn both pieces in one month. Do you think is possible? Do you like those pieces? What technical difficulties are involved in those pieces? Even though it is marked lento, Arada is definitely the more challenging of the two pieces with a fair sprinkling of harmonics and interesting rhythmical divisions to contend with.


Beautiful piece, lots of opportunity to explore the timbres of your guitar. Fandanguillo, however, is more accessible and great fun fsndanguillo play when you get it up to speed. The hardest part is getting the middle section nice and clean.

There is a tricky C major chord near the beginning of this section.

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I use Segovia’s solution which I found by watching him on youtube. As regards practice I would try to do 2 or three shorter practice sessions each day instead of one long one. You will memorise more quickly. Once you know the moves, use the metronome at a very slow speed so that every time you play the piece you play it correctly more or less.

This avoids practicing errors. I too use Segovia’s solution, but I think fandangujllo biggest thing is to phrase into the chord, and don’t try to blow by it. As for Arada, its musically challenging as it can get quite notie and uninteresting very quickly. Both these pieces require more work on the musical side, verse technical tricky sections. It was one of the reasons why I decided to learn Suite Castellana.


For me, Fandanguillo was a one week project to learn and memorize, and Arade was about the same.

Moreno-torrpba are great pieces, and its unfortunate that it doesn’t get played as much anymore, and if it does, its usually the 1st or the 1st 2 movements.

The Danza is a great movement as well. As beachcomber mentioned there’s really one tricky section in Fandanguillo, and its that C major chord.

The third movement “Danza” is even more rarely played but there is a beautiful rendition by Romero on youtube which challenges me to have a shot at it. Board index All times are UTC.