In this first video, William Kanengiser welcomes you to the course and explains his sitting position.
William discusses how the muscles in the hand works.
William shows the "Free-Stroke."
In this video, William shows us arpeggios.
William explains the "Rest-Stroke."
William talks all about his left hand technique.
In this video, you will learn some left hand stretches.
In this video, William discusses Slurs, Hammer-ons, Pull-offs, Compound Slurs, and Trills.
William discusses left and right hand synchronization.
In this final video, William covers rasqueado and gives a final performance.
This is your unique chance to learn classical guitar from a master. William Kanengiser shows you how to develop proper sitting positions, rest and free strokes, rasguedos, right- and left-hand synchronization and technique, slurs, stretching exercises and more.
Throughout these instructional videos you'll discover all this and more from a superb player and teacher who is one of the world's most honored classical guitarists.
William Kanengiser has been praised by the Los Angeles Times for his dizzying execution and exceeding vitality and warmth. He is recognized as one of America's most brilliant guitarists, and has won numerous awards such as First Prize at the Concert Artists Guild Competition as well as major international competitions in Toronto and Paris.
Start your journey into classical guitar today!
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