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http://classicalguitarmagazine.com/video-pick-of-the-week-ali-arango-plays-barrios-una-limosna-por-el-amor-de-dios/

Tremolo, anyone? Not many pieces put a player’s tremolo skills to the test as much as  Agustín Barrios’ famous Una Limosna por el Amor de Dios, played here by one of our favorite young guitarists, the Cuban virtuoso Ali Arango, at the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona this fall during the ongoing Maestros de la Guitarra […]

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http://classicalguitarmagazine.com/montreal-has-been-a-vital-classical-guitar-center-for-more-than-50-years/

From the Fall 2017 issue of Classical Guitar | BY ANTOINE BERTHIAUME Montreal is rightly known for its many beautiful historic buildings, authentic French character, ice hockey, indie-rock bands, bagels, and even its smoked meats—but much less so for its classical guitar scene. Yet, through the years this vital Canadian city has developed some amazing […]

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https://www.classicalguitarcorner.com/how-to-change-your-technique/

If your learning has been sporadic and spanned several years (or decades) with multiple instructors, chances are that you will have a mixture of strengths and weaknesses in your technique. I find that prime suspects for technique issues are players that have transferred from other styles of guitar playing, players that have had a substantial […]

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https://www.classicalguitarcorner.com/an-interview-with-augustin-pesnon/

Augustin Pesnon is the CEO and founder of the Paris Guitar Foundation, which is involved in education and humanitarian projects all over the world. Augustin studied under teachers as diverse as Arnaud Dumond, Alberto Ponce, Gabriel Bianco, Gérard Abiton, Jérémy Jouve, Rémi Jousselme, and Judicaël Perroy and has earned numerous prizes in national and international […]