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通过Mauro Giuliani的120项右手发展研究的指导,为您的右手发现一个全新的世界。最後发展出更高难度的手指弹奏流畅度,能够装饰响亮动人的和音弹奏(琶音)(arpeggios),并完全控制你的右手。

TAGA出版制作社将引导您完成Mauro Giuliani的120项右手发展研究。意大利吉他传奇人物Mauro Giuliani(1781-1829)在19世纪初向世界展示了一个吉他右手声明,该声明在古典音乐历史里备受尊敬并被誉为一个永恒的艺术品。

直到今天,现时的古典吉他课程的研究标准依然能在这吉他主义的证言中找到。 Mauro Giuliani的120项右手发展研究仍然是每一个想自己的右手手指指法更进一步的吉他弹奏家必修的杰出文献。

你不需要是一个古典吉他手,但是你可以在任何和弦进程 (chord progressions),任何节奏和各种各样的风格上使用这些模式。

无论您是否曾经想过培养您的右手手指协调,这个文献并不是仅仅为古典弹奏家的专属而创,世界上每一个吉他手都可以从这一个具历史性的文献中得益。

Mauro Giuliani着名的120年右手发展研究已经流传了好几百年了,现在终於传达到你的手里了。

Course Curriculum

Group One
1.1 Study No. 2 00:00:54
1.2 Study No. 3 00:00:53
1.3 Study No. 81 00:01:11
1.4 Study No. 82 00:01:12
1.5 Study No. 1 00:00:53
Group Two
2.1 Study No. 25 00:01:35
2.2 Study No. 26 00:01:33
Group Three
3.1 Study No. 4 00:00:54
3.2 Study No. 5 00:00:55
3.3 Study No. 6 00:00:56
3.4 Study No. 7 00:00:54
3.5 Study No. 8 00:00:55
3.6 Study No. 9 00:00:54
3.7 Study No. 10 00:00:52
3.8 Study No. 16 00:00:53
3.9 Study No. 17 00:00:58
3.10 Study No. 17 alternate fingering 00:01:00
3.11 Study No. 8 harmonic variation 00:00:13
3.12 Study No. 16 harmonic variation 00:00:14
Group Four
4.1 Study No. 31 00:01:29
4.2 Study No. 32 00:01:28
4.3 Study No. 28 00:01:31
4.4 Study No. 29 00:01:29
4.5 Study No. 35 00:01:30
4.6 Study No. 35 harmonic variation 00:00:22
Group Five
5.1 Study No. 33 00:01:32
5.2 Study No. 34 00:01:30
5.3 Study No. 27 00:01:30
5.4 Study No. 30 00:01:31
5.5 Study No. 30 harmonic variation 00:00:23
Group Six
6.1 Study No. 86 00:01:11
6.2 Study No. 87 00:01:14
6.3 Study No. 88 00:01:13
6.4 Study No. 89 00:01:13
6.5 Study No. 90 00:01:14
6.6 Study No. 91 00:01:15
6.7 Study No. 92 00:01:16
6.8 Study No. 93 00:01:16
6.9 Study No. 88 harmonic variation 00:00:13
6.10 Study No. 92 harmonic variation 00:00:13
6.11 Study No. 93 harmonic variation 00:00:17
Group Seven
7.1 Study No. 83 00:01:13
7.2 Study No. 84 00:01:12
7.3 Study No. 85 00:01:12
7.4 Study No. 85 alternate fingering 00:01:12
Group Eight
8.1 Study No. 11 00:01:10
8.2 Study No. 12 00:00:54
8.3 Study No. 13 00:00:53
8.4 Study No. 14 00:00:54
8.5 Study No. 15 00:00:54
Group Nine
9.1 Study No. 51 00:00:00
9.2 Study No. 52 00:00:00
9.3 Study No. 53 00:00:00
9.4 Study No. 54 00:00:00
9.5 Study No. 55 00:00:00
9.6 Study No. 56 00:00:00
9.7 Study No. 57 00:00:00
9.8 Study No. 58 00:00:00
9.9 Study No. 59 00:00:00
9.10 Study No. 60 00:00:00
9.11 Study No. 61 00:00:00
9.12 Study No. 62 00:01:23
9.13 Study No. 63 00:01:24
9.14 Study No. 64 00:01:22
9.15 Study No. 65 00:01:23
9.16 Study No. 57 harmonic variation 00:00:22
Group Ten
10.1 Study No. 94 00:01:13
10.2 Study No. 95 00:01:14
Group Eleven
11.1 Study No. 18 00:59:00
11.2 Study No. 19 00:01:00
11.3 Study No. 20 00:01:01
11.4 Study No. 21 00:01:00
11.5 Study No. 22 00:00:58
11.6 Study No. 23 00:01:00
11.7 Study No. 24 00:00:58
11.8 Study No. 22 harmonic variation 00:00:19
Group Twelve
12.1 Study No. 66 00:01:05
12.2 Study No. 67 00:01:05
12.3 Study No. 68 00:01:07
12.4 Study No. 69 00:01:04
12.5 Study No. 70 00:01:03
12.6 Study No. 71 00:01:03
12.7 Study No. 72 00:01:04
12.8 Study No. 73 00:01:04
12.9 Study No. 74 00:01:06
12.10 Study No. 75 00:01:06
12.11 Study No. 76 00:01:05
12.12 Study No. 77 00:01:06
12.13 Study No. 78 00:01:05
12.14 Study No. 79 00:01:04
12.15 Study No. 80 00:01:04
12.16 Study No. 71 harmonic variation 00:00:17
Group Thirteen
13.1 Study No. 101 00:01:16
13.2 Study No. 102 00:01:16
13.3 Study No. 103 00:01:13
13.4 Study No. 104 00:01:14
13.5 Study No. 105 00:01:16
Group Fourteen
14.1 Study No. 112 00:01:08
14.2 Study No. 113 00:01:06
14.3 Study No. 113 alternate fingering 00:01:06
14.4 Study No. 114 00:01:04
Group Fifteen
15.1 Study No. 110 00:01:26
15.2 Study No. 109 00:01:26
15.3 Study No. 100 00:01:24
15.4 Study No. 96 00:01:24
Group Sixteen
16.1 Study No. 36 00:01:26
16.2 Study No. 37 00:01:26
16.3 Study No. 38 00:01:24
16.4 Study No. 39 00:01:27
16.5 Study No. 40 00:01:26
16.6 Study No. 41 00:01:25
16.7 Study No. 42 00:01:26
16.8 Study No. 43 00:01:26
16.9 Study No. 44 00:01:26
16.10 Study No. 45 00:01:26
16.11 Study No. 46 00:01:25
16.12 Study No. 47 00:01:21
16.13 Study No. 48 00:01:24
16.14 Study No. 49 00:01:24
16.15 Study No. 50 00:01:23
16.16 Study No. 49 harmonic variation 00:00:23
Group Seventeen
17.1 Study No. 106 00:01:14
17.2 Study No. 107 00:01:15
17.3 Study No. 108 00:01:16
17.4 Study No. 111 00:01:09
17.5 Study No. 106 harmonic variation 00:00:18
Group Eighteen
18.1 Study No. 97 00:01:14
18.2 Study No. 98 00:01:16
18.3 Study No. 99 00:01:14
Group Nineteen
19.1 Study No. 115 00:01:15
19.2 Study No. 116 00:01:14
Group Twenty
20.1 Study No. 117 00:01:16
20.2 Study No. 118 00:01:16
Group Twenty-One
21.1 Study No. 119 00:01:15
21.2 Study No. 120 00:01:14
21.3 Study No. 120 harmonic variation 00:00:19

Course Reviews

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  1. Carl McKenzie

    4

    I always wanted to get back into playing the guitar, this course seemed to be the right choice to get my hands moving again. Everything is very clear and smoothly layed out and i was happy to find that slow motion function, that really helped. Very enjoyable lesson!

  2. Olav Adams

    5

    I decided to purchase this course as an addition to my daughters guitar lessons. She has the ability to slow everything down and take it step by step, i thought that was really good. The teacher demonstrates every exercise very elegantly, definitely five stars!

  3. Jerrick Huang

    5

    It’s amazing how much variation just the right hand can produce. Having a blast trying out these patterns over other chords, really great!

  4. Charlie Pritchard

    5

    I hesitated to buy this as you can find these online. However, the harmonic variations are a really interesting twist and work really well applied to any of the patterns. Having the video is useful too.

  5. Wendy Roberts

    4

    Wanted to improve my fingerpicking and am now using some of these patterns in my own songs. Good course.

  6. Anthony Kinnock

    5

    I’ve done a few of these before, but never went through the whole lot. It’s a challenge to get the later ones up to tempo, so the ability to control the video/scrolling speed is a useful feature. I use the easier ones as a warm up. The order is unorthodox, but makes sense and the harmonic variations help spice things up a lot!

  7. Fabian Larson

    3

    These have been recorded so many times that I don’t know if we need another one but the harmonic variation part was cool.

  8. Guillermo Clarke

    5

    Really cool to see these recorded with the Soundslice thing. It helped a lot.

  9. Jun Kim

    5

    Nice examples that I use with my studies

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