Sheet Music – £ – Ten studies for guitar that pay hommage to such composers as – Debussy, Mangore, Caturla, Prokofiev, Tarrega, Sor, Piazzolla. Shop for a great value Brouwer Nuevos Estudios Sencillos here at London Guitar Studio today! Were passionate about Flamenco and Classical guitars, so pop. Our selection of quality classical guitars is available by the same mail order service and by audition in your Estudios Sencillos | BROUWER, Leo.

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I love those things, always have. I’m sure that he has his reasons as the composer. Amazon Esyudios Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. I worked through the first Estudios Sencillos way back in the s and still play some of them today as they are great pieces.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Trinity College London syllabus listed publication. OK 1 isn’t technically difficult at all, but musically I feel that it and all the other studies are not really suitable for beginners or children and may well discourage a new player who attempted them. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Not bad for what they are, which would be comparable to the first volume of Bartok’s Mikrokosmos for piano, so i would recommend them if you’re just starting out, or just learning how to read music.


Learn more about Amazon Prime. All except 1 Omaggio a Debussy – no one could make that sound good. Please try again later. I worked on 3 or 4 half-heartedly, then gave up on them and went to other things.

Leo Brouwer | Nuevos Estudios Sencillos for Guitar

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. I just don’t think the product was adequately represented, and now I still have to find Brouwer’s well known and very good twenty studies someplace else.

These are not the 20 Leo Brouwer studies that I thought they were. Share your thoughts with other customers. And obviously the second set of ten are substantially more complex than the first ten XVI and XVIII particularly come to mine with their complex rhythms. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. There’s nothing wrong with pleasure is there? A nice group of pieces And that goes for pretty much all of the pieces in the second set of ten. Leo Brouwer’s 20 Estudios Sencillos. This series is a little easier than the previous 10 or so, but are still excellent etudes at an Intermediate difficult level, and most are good pieces of music too.

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Brouwer’s Nuevos Estudios Sencillos – Classical Guitar

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? See all 5 reviews. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Get to Know Us. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. I was a little confused between this and the older Estudios, but I figured it out before buying We also store anonymised information on how you use our site in order to improve your experience.

Showing of 5 reviews. The reason for the three star rating was for in adequate description of the btouwer. All of them are written by Brouwer as an homage to a particular composer; Sor, Tarrega, Stravinsky, Barrios, Symanowski, etc. Not the book I was looking for, but acceptable. Spanish Guitar Your Account.

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When I read the intro to the first studyI was slightly taken aback, but I assumed it was in reference to the Debussy piece, which is fairly easy. By definition, if someone can play XVIII reasonably well, they aren’t anywhere close to a beginner in my book!