I just finished an arrangement of the beautiful first movement by Beethoven. Tough arrangement to make because on the piano you have two hands to work with and on the guitar you only have one hand that frets notes!
Adelita by Francisco Tárrega is a gorgeous piece of music. I began playing electric guitar in high school and I started classical guitar in college. After a year of studying classical guitar I remember playing this in a student recital. This is a Mazurka, which is a type of Polish dance. You can learn this at my guitar school found on my website.
I’ve only seen the movie, The Godfather, once. What really stuck out to me in that movie was the music. This is an arrangement of the love theme I did a few years ago. You can learn this at my guitar school found on my website.
The tremolo technique can be a tough technique to do. This is an exercise that can help smooth out the tremolo. A lot of times the tremolo can be uneven. This practice exercise can help make it more even. You can see more of these exercises at my guitar school.
This arrangement for guitar of the famous Für Elise by Beethoven comes from my second volume of easy arrangements. I have always loved this piece and used to play it on piano a long time ago. You can learn this at my guitar school found on my website.
I am starting a new series of guitar educational videos called, One Minute Lessons. The will cover a variety of topics including technique, theory, composition, etc. You can find these at my guitar school found on my website.
This is a piece I composed for the late-beginner/early-intermediate classical/fingerstyle guitarist. You can learn this video at my guitar school.
Chromatic octaves are a great exercise you can do for your finger independence in your left hand. Visit my guitar school at my website for more videos like these.
This is a beautiful prelude composed by Francisco Tarrega. You can see the full video at my guitar school.
Sparkles is an etude I composed for the guitar that uses harmonics. There are examples of artificial and natural harmonics used in a different way, called extended techniques. You can learn this piece at my guitar school.