Guitar Lessons: A Level Music Help?????? Level 7, Upper-Advanced License Information: Arrangement Copyright © 2012 Emre Sabuncuoglu. All rights reserved. International copyright secured. Lesson Program: LAGA Classical* *LA Guitar Academy’s comprehensive online classical guitar program, LAGA Classical, can gradually take you to a level at which you will be able to play this piece and other advanced-level repertoire. Access over 800, systematically designed, instructional close-up clips and sheet music for specific levels. Get started right now by enrolling in a full subscription or signing up for a free, no-obligation, three-day trial here: –NEW — Advanced players may purchase the sheet music alone at LAGA Publishing ———— The third movement in Debussy’s Suite Bergamasque, Clair de Lune has taken on a life of its own as one of the most popular and well-known pieces in classical music. Even those unfamiliar with classical music are moved by this meditative, evocative piece, a tribute to the universal experience of wonder as one beholds the moon’s light. The mysterious power of this heavenly body which shadows Earth’s every move, yet affects the very tides in the Earth’s oceans, and for some, the tide of human emotion, has been the subject of speculation ever since humankind acquired the ability to reason. In this piece, Debussy demonstrates the emotional power of moonlight: for some, to create a space to dream; for others, to

I am 13 and have been playing the Viola at school for a year now and I have just started recently teaching myself the Guitar. A few years ago, I had a term of Keyboard lessons. I looked on my local Sixth Form’s web page and they said that Music A Level required that you were grade V (5) on any instrument and I am not even grade one yet. I start Music GCSE next year. What should I do? How many grades could you cover on a Keyboard in two years?


  1. Evas says:

    The most efficient and fastest way to learn is with a Nationally Certified Teacher of piano. Then practice consistently, carefully and mindfully. How fast you can go is up to your teacher based on how well you are doing with the material you are studying. I am sorry that there is no easier answer for you. Best wishes.

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  3. spanner says:

    you really need to get a teacher. you could cover 3 grades in 2 years but it depends on how quickly you pick it up