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Old 08-03-2022, 09:50 AM
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Default Caprice no.4, Legnani

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And here is another little Caprice by Legnani, with a lighter and more teasing side. It is technically more accessible compared to the others from Legnani and is great for working on nuances and articulation. This one would sound great on a acoustic guitar as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ifzf-ZcEx4
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very nice!
Thanks a lot burnaby!
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Hi there,

And here is another little Caprice by Legnani, with a lighter and more teasing side. It is technically more accessible compared to the others from Legnani and is great for working on nuances and articulation. This one would sound great on a acoustic guitar as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ifzf-ZcEx4
Good job playing that though the piece seems to require the antithesis of legato.
Looks like you were having fun playing it.
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Good job playing that though the piece seems to require the antithesis of legato.
Looks like you were having fun playing it.
Thank you very much rick-slo! Yes, this one is fun to play, and I think that the staccato articulation accentuates the humorous side of this piece

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