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Classical Guitar Repertoire Lessons Grade 6 (PDF)

Classical Guitar Repertoire Lessons Grade 6 (PDF)

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Classical Guitar Repertoire Lessons Grade 6 - Lessons and pieces in notation with fingering. A TAB supplement at the end includes the pieces (not the lessons). Before each performance edition there are two or three pages of lesson material to teach you concepts and prepare you to play the pieces. Watch the free video lessons for each piece in the book. This item is a PDF Download. 55 Pages. 2021 Edition.

Hardcopies (Grade 5 & 6): or your country's Amazon. 

This book teaches classical guitar repertoire at the grade six level. The level is appropriate for students who have completed my Grade 1 to 5 Repertoire Lesson books. Although the technical requirements of this grade are higher than grade five, there are fewer new concepts and techniques to introduce so the focus will be on interpretation, historical awareness, and technique exercises that help you prepare the music.

Repertoire - Each piece has two or three pages of lesson material followed by a proper performance edition. 

  • Fortune, My Foe by John Dowland (1563-1626)
  • Preludio from Sonate VII by Ludovico Roncalli (1654 - 1713)
  • Study No.15, Op.35 by Fernando Sor (1778-1839)
  • Caprice No.13, Op.100 by Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)
  • Nocturne Op.4, No.3 (Maestoso-Vivace) by Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)

Video Lessons for this Book

Lesson links go to my blog, This is Classical Guitar

Cover image is for promotion only, the PDF is a plain text cover. Image: El majo de la guitarra by Ramón Bayeu (1744-1793) and is in the public domain. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Dan Shackell
Fantastic resource

This is an amazing site and the combination of excellent books and well thought out videos makes for a great resource for students at all levels. Couldn't recommend it more highly.

George Holbert
Best repertoire series out there!

I have most of Bradford's methods and repertoire books. I use the easier pieces for warm-up and enjoying polishing the more challenging works whenever I have the opportunity. His observations on how to play the pieces, how to practice them and other information that he provides are very helpful in my estimation. His fingering choices are well thought out and the overall quality and care that have gone into his transcriptions is both impressive and appreciated. When you combine his transcriptions with the wonderful free online lessons on YouTube, you have the very next best thing to actual private lessons. I heartily recommend his methods, repertoire books, individual transcriptions and lessons to anyone aspiring to learn or improve their classical guitar technique and repertoire!