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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2006 5:30 pm 
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Would someone with a copy of Shearer's book, "Volume 1, Classical Guitar Technique" please take a look at Etude 2a, on page 33? My question is the right hand fingering pattern. Should this be played as p-1-m-1-p-1-m-1, etc., or as p-1-m-1-p-m-1-m, etc.? In other words should the treble strings pattern be treated as an arpeggio or as strict alternation?
Thanks, Robert.


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When I did this with Owen, he instructed me to play it p-i-m-i p-i-m-i. This is much more natural than trying to keep a strict alternation on the upper strings. Every measure is thus the same right hand pattern.

Brent


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 9:48 am 
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Yes, Brent and his teacher is right, it's a strict alternation.

Scott


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