Allegro – Mauro Giuliani – Easy Lesson – Classical Guitar – Step by Step Tutorial – Free TAB

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Allegro in A Minor by Mauro Giuliani is an excellent classical guitar study for the development of both hands. In this step-by-step classical guitar lesson you will learn both the left hand fingerings and the right hand picking patterns, measure-by-measure.

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Free tab is included in the link below for you to print out, so you can follow along at your own pace. On the tab sheet you will see numbers above the first measure of each line indicating the measure number. I recommend writing in the measure number for every measure on the sheet music / tab so you can quickly locate the measure you are working on. In this video you will see measure numbers on-screen so you can easily locate the measure being discussed in the tab by skipping ahead or back in the video.

Work on the measures you need the most work on first. Some measures are more difficult than others. Carefully observe all fingerings as given in the video. You may want to print out the tab and while watching the video, make notes on the score of P, I, M, and A for each note and 1, 2, 3, 4 for the left hand, so that you can practice the proper fingerings each time. Use a metronome and practice slowly each note by note to get it right before trying to play faster. Eventually you will naturally build up your speed.

Right Hand fingering abbreviations:
P=thumb
i=index finger
m=middle finger
a=third finger (ring finger)

Allegro indicates that the movement of this composition is rapid. But if it is to be played well the Allegro by Giuliani must be practiced very slowly at first. Use a metronome set at a very slow speed! And practice, practice, practice!

Free Guitar Sheet Music & Tab for Allegro by Mauro Giuliani:

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