EMILIO PUJOL GUITAR SCHOOL PDF

A guitar method based on the principles of Francisco Emilio Pujol: Escuela razonada de la guitarra. Guitar School – Book 1 sheet music – guitar sheet music by Emilio Pujol Vilarrubi: Editions Orphee. Shop the World’s Largest Sheet Music. We have one of the best specialist selections of music for the classical guitar anywhere, with thousands of stock titles and a committed, knowledgeable team.

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So much so, he dedicated his life to forwarding, through his books and teaching, the principles of technique he learned from his master. The Escuela Razonada de la Guitarra pub.

English translation of first three volumes by Editions Orphee is a four-volume treatise. The second volume gets down to playing the instrument, with many exercises for both hands, covering individual movements of the fingers and thumb, the Barre, chords, arpeggios, scales, independence of finger movements, slurs, harmonics, and tuning the 6th string to D.

The volume ends with twelve studies and a duet. The third volume intensifies the study, using the full range of the fretboard. There are thirty nine full studies and many short exercises.

The student who works through volumes one to three should have little fear of professional scores. The fourth volume includes many effects, such as tambora, rasgueado, more advanced use of harmonics and tremolo, trills, etc, etc.

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Pujol starts dmilio attempting a scientific explanation of sound, and comes to the obvious conclusion that a string will sound different depending on what it is struck with, specifically flesh or nail. He then discusses how strings have been plucked by artists in the past, such as vihuela and lute players, but especially the two Spaniards, Sor flesh and Aguado nails.

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But whether it was his troubled, searching soul or a medical reason brought him to playing without nails, he seems to have made the most of his discovery, and encouraged his pupils, including Ghitar, to cut their nails off. There is much more enilio the essay, of course, and you are encouraged to read it see pdf link above.

He ends by saying we should be glad we have both ways of playing. His preference is clearly for flesh playing, yet he does not discount nail playing outright.

As ever, dear reader, the choice is yours!

Guitar School – Book 1: EMILIO PUJOL: : Books

The second is a homage to Gustavo Adolfo Becquera late 19th-century novelist who influenced the Romantic nationalist movement in art, literature and music. This a beautiful piece:.

Matilde was a singer and guitarist of the flamenco school. They often played duet recitals together, emillo of them can be found on YouTube, and are well worth tracking down. Here they are gguitar in a publicity photo:. I was a bit shaken for thirty minutes or so after playing it.

Pujol, Emilio. School of the Guitar Book 2

The pieces of Pujol are an integral part of the history of the guitar and for some performers maligned. There are some evidences that it remained only as working notes and never accomplished a full ready to publish format.

Like Liked by 1 person. I am told that Pujol never called it practice but study. Technique and the understanding to play slow and even slower when studying is a must! I am told this every Saturday by the master Hector Garcia who studied under Pujol and actually lived with him for a year!

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He asisted Emiloo with master classes and is one few noteable students Pujol spoke of.

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I found out your article dedicated to Manuel Cubedo that schpol really precious and interesting information about him and his carreer. Sorry i know it is not really comment about Pujol but he was one of his most famous disciple!

Thanks for pointing that out. Yes, he was an interesting player, sadly unknown to most players today. You are commenting using your WordPress.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Sitting left to right: Have you read my interview with Hector Garcia on this website? Hi Rob, I found out your article scool to Manuel Cubedo that is really precious and interesting information about him and his carreer. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.

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