Aguado: Study in A Minor
You can learn this study by Aguado a lot faster if you follow a few simple steps:
The right hand is playing the same pattern throughout the piece (thumb, index middle, index).
So if you would wanted to learn the changes in the left hand faster you can combine the notes and play them at the same time.
Since in this pattern there's always one repeated note. That's why there are only 3 notes in each chord.
Note: A chord is 3 or more notes played at the same time. You can see this in the music as the notes are stacked vertically.
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