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Live Lesson: November 19th Classical Guitar with the Belmont Guitar Ensemble

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November 19th, 2019

Topic: Classical Guitar with the Belmont Guitar Ensemble

7pm Central Time US

You can watch the lesson HERE.

Belmont Guitar Ensemble Website: http://www.belmont.edu/cmpa/music/students/ensembles/guitar_ensemble.html

Belmont University is one of the strongest music training schools in the nation.  We are thrilled to have, once again, the musicians of their famed guitar ensemble stop by to play some amazing music and share their skills.

There will be music, laughs, giveaways and more.  I look forward to seeing you there!

Watch on our Guitar Gathering YouTube Channel HERE

- Steve 

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Just a reminder: Steve and the Belmont Guitar Ensemble are on tonight, Tuesday, November 19!

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On 11/13/2019 at 12:19 PM, Steve Krenz said:

  

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November 19th, 2019

Topic: Classical Guitar with the Belmont Guitar Ensemble

7pm Central Time US

You can watch the lesson HERE.

Belmont Guitar Ensemble Website: http://www.belmont.edu/cmpa/music/students/ensembles/guitar_ensemble.html

Belmont University is one of the strongest music training schools in the nation.  We are thrilled to have, once again, the musicians of their famed guitar ensemble stop by to play some amazing music and share their skills.

There will be music, laughs, giveaways and more.  I look forward to seeing you there!

Watch on our Guitar Gathering YouTube Channel HERE

- Steve 

I enjoyed listening to these student play. I always thought playing Classical guitar would be great, but I was scared away by the nut width of a classical guitar. The way they hold the guitar, with the neck up, always made sense. I noticed early on that holding the neck up made your “fingers longer”. One thing I read once by a classical teacher, in regards to barre chords was that you only use the part of the index finger up from the first knuckle, which also made sense, that seems to be the straightest part of the finger. at least for me, but required a “long” finger.

I did eventually buy a classical hybrid guitar that is clearly my favorite. 

Too bad these kids (or parents)need to borrow or shell out close to $200.000 for their education.

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