Here in a single volume is the original guitar method of Mateo Carcassi ( ) translated to ENGLISH and SPANISH and published with. Matteo Carcassi, famous guitar virtuoso, teacher and composer for the guitar, was born in Florence, Italy in 1 , died in Paris Little is known concerning. Contributor(s). Matteo Carcassi ( – ) – Author. Primary Item Type: Musical Score. Identifiers: LCSH Guitar – Methods. LCSH Guitar.

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Classical Guitar Skip to content. Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website. The guitar was quite a different instrument back then, it was a good bit smaller for one thing, and the technique for playing it was very different, especially the right hand.

Modern technique is designed for today’s larger guitars and nylon not gut strings.

And technique has advanced in general over the last century. My recommendation is to work from a modern method as your main book. Learn the 19th-century studies and exercises by all means, but make sure you are applying modern technique when you play them.

The Complete Carcassi Guitar Method : Mel Bay :

It looks guitarr from a glance. I am not saying that using a method is the BEST way. Nor am I saying that the Carcassi and the Carulli methods are the best methods out there. These are just methods I have used quite a lot with many students, as well as with myself when I first learned as a child. I will agree that some of the things in the introduction might be out of date, especially when you read about right hand technique.


But most of the newer editions have updated information there. I like these books a lot because they approach the instrument in a gradual way, always offering lots of level-appropriate music for the student.

Méthode complète pour Guitare, Op.59 (Carcassi, Matteo)

My favorite part is the section that deals with playing in the higher positions, which I think is quite neglected with students today. I also like the sections in the end of each book, where one can find a collection of graded pieces. Completing carcass a book can give students a great feeling of accomplishment, as well as constant, continuous work for every week. I strongly recommend these books for students of all ages.

If the technique introduction is not edited, I would simply explain to the student about the technique developments in the 20th century.

It can be actually quite a good carcaxsi to have the student understand the difference. I have a very old edition of the carcassi and the carulli methods. I don’t know what editions are out there. My students used different ones than mine. Just do a google search and see what different editions are out there. I’ve had this book for carcasai years, the Parkening books are his new two volumns. Florentin, thank you especially for sharing your experience with the Carcassi method and for offering your recommendations.

It has an orange and black cover perfect for Holloween- Ha-ha! As you mention in your post it gujtar have a section titled General Instructions which appears pretty much out of date.


The Complete Carcassi Guitar Method Book – Mel Bay Publications, Inc. : Mel Bay

It refers to spun gut strings and tuning with a tuning fork, etc. The rest of the book looks just fine.

You think Parkening is also good — hmm. Hello again, Thank you all for responding and adding to this thread.

I strongly recommend the Carcassi Method, as well as the Carulli Method Hi all, If anyone has used the Carcassi Method please comment on: I’ve used it for 3 semesters of Classical Guitar classes I’m on my gyitar of 5 semesters and still am using it. If you ignore some of the out-dated info and xarcassi few typos, you would find it very helpful. Yes, this book is also in English and Spanish. I’m mostly studying and practicing the 25 etudes.

The Complete Carcassi Guitar Method

I humbly invite you to visit my guitar web page where you may hear some Carcassi pieces that I’ve recorded, my rendition of course and not one of them is perfect. I very much welcome comments, tips, feedback, etc. Board index All metjod are UTC.