Carcassi Study No. 7

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Carcass Op. 60 No. 13 - Performance Preview
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Carcassi Op. 60 No. 13 - Part 1
Carcassi Op. 60 No. 13 - Part 2
Carcassi Op. 60 No. 13 - Part 3
Carcassi Op. 60 No. 13 - Part 4
Sheet Music & Tablature
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About This Lesson

Carcassi’s study Opus 60 No. 7 is a standard in the classical guitar repertoire. Far from being a mere exercise in dexterity, this piece offers ample opportunities for phrasing development, chord formation, tremolo practice, as well as dynamic and tonal variations. Dr. Ines Thome insightfully deals with each of these performance aspects and extends the EliteGuitarist library of resources with a another great tutorial. 

Guitar: 2018 German Vazquez Rubio, courtesy of Guitar Salon International

Learn to play Carcassi Study Opus 60 No. 13 on the classical guitar. Teach yourself to play the classical guitar online with Elite Guitarist and learn to play the classical guitar with the most comprehensive classical guitar lessons, online classical guitar tutorials for beginners to advanced levels.

Francois Bonet

Hello everyone......Thanks Ines for another great tutorial! And mercy can you play and interpret to a tee ! John, your dog seems to be ungrately, I will send you my cat, he will listen for hours!

John Andersson

Started to work on this study a few days ago. Normally I would avoid 'studies' but Innes explain the importance and advantages of such a study. This is the 3rd 'lesson' that I have followed with Innes. They are excellent. And as with all the video lessons there is so much content you have to keep re winding. There are golden nuggets of advice and tips that you just don't get with 99.9% of teachers. So good.

Tavi Jinariu

Hi John, this is indeed such a seminal study for the classical guitar. Unlike other studies that are mere technical exercises I find this one to be very pleasant to listen to. Ines is a wonderful instructor! Good luck with the study and post a video on our forum when you are done with it.

John Andersson

Thanks Tavi for the encouragement. I will post a video in the future. It gives me a goal, especially since I seem only to play for my dog - and even she walks out of the room at times!

Tavi Jinariu

Ha ha! The nerve on that dog..., can you believe it?

German-born guitarist Ines Thomé is a multifaceted musician who performs internationally as a solo and chamber musician. A multi-instrumentalist in many different styles, Ines plays electric guitar, lute, theorbo, baroque guitar, banjo, and mandolin.

She studied classical guitar in Frankfurt and Stuttgart and completed her Master's degree summa cum laude at Stuttgart State University of Music...