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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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  Beginning Arpeggio sympathetic Movement 
    Single-Beat Measures of Three Counts 
    Further Training of a finger 
    Right-Hand Finger Alternation 
    The Sixteenth Value 
    B(Ti) and C(Do) on the 5th String 
    Arpeggios Requiring Further Alternation 
    F(Fa) and G(So) on 6th String 
    Quintuple Meter 
    Alternation on a Single String 
    String Crossing 
    Compound Meters 
  Playing Scales 
    Rest-Stroke Alternation 
    Playing Chords with P and the Fingers 
    Sounding Two Notes Together with P and One Finger Free-Stroke 
    The Complete Open-Position G-Major Scale Form 
  Further Development of Chords and Arpeggios 
    Hemiola 
    Mixed Meter 
    Chords of Four Notes 
    Triplets 
    Technical Slurs 
    The Complete Open-Position D-Major Scale Form 
    The Complete Open-Position Chromatic Scale 
    The Complete Open-Position A-Major Scale Form 
    The Complete Open-Position E-Major Scale Form 
  String Damping 
    Right-Hand Damping 
    Left-Hand Damping 
  Solfege 
    The Fixed-Do Chromatic Syllable System 
    Summary 
  Memorizing Music 
    Eliminating Confusion and Error 
    Selecting Music for Study 
    The Four-Step Memorization Procedure 
      Step One: Pre-Reading without the Guitar 
      Step Two: Reading and Playing on the Guitar 
      Step Three: Testing Your Memorization 
      Step Four: Confiming Your Memorization 
    Summary 
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