ACOUSTIC GUITAR

IF YOU CAN’T PLAY IT ON ACOUSTING GUITAR, THEN IT’S NOT A SONG

– Christopher Cross.

Composers:

Francisco Tarrega, Matteo Carcassi, Bryan Johanson, Andrei Krylov, Jorge Morel.

Known players:

Tommy Emmanuel, Michael Hedges, Andy McKee, David Grier.

What is it:

an instrument from the chords family. Feels at home in classical, jazz or punk settings.

Why choose the acoustic guitar:

It encourages spontaneous creativity: you can compose a tune anywhere.

It can look amazing based on your preferences.

Its size can be adapted to the player.

Versatile: you can play songs with only a few chords.

It reduces stress.

Why Music4All for acoustic guitar lessons:

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Your teacher is a student, graduate or professor at the Conservatory.

The process is based exclusively on individual sessions.

Flexible classes tailor to the student’s schedule.

We provide a space where you can exercise in peace with your favorite instrument.

Classes can begin at 9 years old.

The curriculum is EQF-certified.

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The classes take place both in Romanian and English.

We provide all the manuals, study applications and recordings.

Personalized curriculum based on personal objectives and grading certificates.

Flexible repertoire.

Curriculum for the modern musician.

The classes are built around the idea that regardless of the student’s level, they can start from the basics and become an accomplished player.

The learning process is based on 8 levels and Debut. The Debut section can be split into Pre-debut and Debut.

Debut

Destined for students who are getting acquainted with the acoustic guitar for the first time. The curriculum develops basic skills and techniques for coordination and for basic music understanding.

The debut exam is based on 5 components, chords, solo performance from a given repertoire, musical knowledge, hearing and accompaniments.

Grade 1

For students with 1 year of acoustic guitar experience. They already know the basic skills and techniques.

Grade 1 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 2

The guitar player learns the fundamental technicalities that help them become a successful guitar player.

Grade 2 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 3

This is the final beginner level. The guitar player has been performing for 2 years, they know the basic techniques and rhythms, and are now starting to cement their style.

Grade 3 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 4

The first intermediary level. The player starts to perfect their musical expression. They already know the basic knowledge and are experimenting with more complex rhythms.

Grade 4 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 5

Students have at least 3 years of experience and are now handling more complex rhythms, and performing more expressively.

Grade 5 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 6

At least 4 years of experience, the student is now starting their first advanced year. They are learning to better communicate musically and their performance becomes their own.

Grade 6 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 7

The student uses complex rhythm and techniques, they prove to be musically expressive and fluent.

Grade 7 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 8

The player has at least 5 years of experience. They are advanced and have very complex rhythm, techniques and style. They are sure of themselves and their personality shines through in their performance.

Grade 8 exams consist of:

Chords knowledge

Solo performance from the given repertoire

Musical knowledge

Accompaniment

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

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Course configuration