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    Although learning any musical instrument is not easy, the classic guitar seems to be especially challenging- Because it offers so many possibilities for mistaken approaches, the guitar often proves confusing to students in both technique and musical development what initially appears easiest and most natural often turns out to be incorrect.
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ーAaron Shearer -- Learning the Classic Guitar Part II僥楼處怙硬灸耳麿―
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  Head Pages 
  Contents 
  Introduction 
  Music and the Guitar 
    In Brief 
    The Five Basic Materials of Music 
  Learning to Read Music 
    In Brief 
    Rhythm 
    Directing the Beat 
    Rhythm Notation 
    Meter and Time Signature 
    Using the Metronome 
    Directing the Beat with Your Foot 
    Pitch Notation 
  Beginning to Read and Play Music 
    Before You Begin 
    The Open Third and Fourth Strings 
    The Pre-Reading Procedure 
    Duets for Study 
    The Open Second String 
    Note Values Longer than the Beat 
    Different Endings of a Piece 
    Notes on the Fingerboard 
    A (La) on Third String 
    Visualizing Notes on the Fingerboard 
    C(Do) and D(Re) on 2nd String 
    4/4 Time and the Whole Value 
    2/2: Alla Breve 
    E(Mi),F(Fa),and G(So) on the 1st String 
    Playing Scale Passages Involving 3 High Strings 
    The Open Fifth and SIxth Strings 
    The Tie 
  Solo Playing of Music in Two Parts 
    Syncopation 
    G#(Si)+ on 3rd String 
    3/4 Time and the Dotted Half Value 
    The Dotted Quarter Value 
  Beginning Free-Stroke Sounding Two Notes Simultaneously 
    F#(Fi) on 1st String and C#(Di) on 2nd String 
    The Key Signature 
    Further Training of the Fourth Finger 
    Accidentals in Music 
    E(Mi) and F(Fa) on the 4th String 
    Beginning a Free-Stroke: Chords of Three Notes 
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