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Charango Method

Instrumental Tutor | Tuition
Instrumentation Charango
Composer Horacio Duran
Composer Italo Pedrotti
Publisher Mel Bay Publications

This is the first Charango method to use conventional musical notation, and the only bilingual (Spanish and English) text of its kind. These characteristics make the method attractive to musicians with a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, interests and skill levels.

The method is comprised of two parts: A first section regarding strumming techniques and a second section regarding melodic plucking techniques. The first section provides a clear and precise method for learning the "rasgueo" "repique" and "tremolo" skills central to the Charango repertoire. The second section, meanwhile, provides an indispensable guide to expressive techniques for embellishing melodic lines including hammer-ons and pull-offs, trills, simultaneous melodies and arpeggios.

The method is appropriate for a wide range of musical skill levels, from beginners to accomplished Charanguists who want to improve their technical chops. Exercises are clear and progressive. In the event that the student is not familiar with music theory, an appendix clarifies the basics of musical notation. In addition to 201 written exercises for the Charango solo, the method includes 23 South American folk music classics arranged for Charango and guitar accompaniment. It thus serves as both a pedagogical tool and a source of performance repertoire. The musical scores included in the method are accompanied by a free audio download of exercises as well as repertoire played by recognized Chilean Instrumentalists.

Difficulty Easy
Store Tuition
Product Format Instrumental Tutor
Genre Method
Pages 208
ISBN 9780786688296
Edition Number MLB20325M
Catalog No. MB20325M
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  1. Presentacion/Presentation
  2. Acerca del origen del charango Regarding the Charango?s origin
  3. Charango ind¡gena y charango mestizo The indigenous charango and the mestizo charango
  4. Dispersi¢n del charango Dispersion of the charango
  5. Acerca de este m‚todo Regarding this method
  6. Caracteristicas del charango/Characteristics of the charango
  7. Afinaci¢n Tuning
  8. Ambirtos sonoros Sound Production
  9. El musico y el instrumento/The musician and instrument
  10. Conceptos escenciales Essential concepts
  11. Como sostener el charango How to hold the charango
  12. Rasgueo y pulsaci¢n de las cuerdas Strumming and plucking the strings
  13. Acerca de las u¤as Regarding nails
  14. Los acordes en el charango/The chords of the charango
  15. Capitulo 1: Ritmos y rasgueos/Rhythms and strumming patterns
  16. 1.1 El huayno
  17. Ejercicios Exercises 1 - 13
  18. 1.2 El bailecito
  19. Ejercicios Exercises 14 - 24
  20. 1.3 La cueca
  21. Ejercicios Exercises 25 - 39
  22. Capitulo 2: El charango como instrumento melodico/The charango as a melodic instrument
  23. 2.1 Ejercicios iniciales con las cuerdas al aire Preliminary exercises on open stringsÿ
  24. Ejercicios Exercises 40 - 42
  25. 2.2 Arpegios Arpeggios
  26. Ejercicios Exercises 43 - 53
  27. 2.3 Escalas y melodias Scales and melodies
  28. Ejercicios Exercises 54 - 69
  29. 2.4 Melod¡as simult neas Simultaneous melodies
  30. Ejercicios Exercises 70 - 79
  31. 2.5 Tremolo arpegiado Arpeggiated tremolo
  32. Ejercicios Exercises 80 - 86
  33. 2.6 Recursos mel¢dicos Melodic techniques
  34. 2.6.1 Ligados entre notas distintas Pull-offs and Hammer-ons
  35. Ejercicios Exercises 87 - 91
  36. 2.6.2 Trino Trill
  37. Ejercicios Exercises 92 - 95
  38. 2.6.3 Adornos Ornaments
  39. Ejercicios Exercises 96 - 107
  40. 2.7 Arm¢nicos Harmonics
  41. 2.7.1 Arménicos que se obtienen sin pisar las cuerdas Obtaining harmonics on the open strings
  42. Ejercicios Exercises 108 al 109
  43. 2.7.2 Arm¢nicos que se obtienen pisando las cuerdas Obtaining harmonics on the fretboard
  44. Ejercicios Exercises 110 al 113
  45. Capitulo 3: Tremolo Rasguedo/The strummed tremolo
  46. Ejercicios Exercises 114 - 118
  47. Capitulo 4: Repiques
  48. Ejercicios Exercises 119 - 121
  49. 4.1 Repiques en compases de 2/4 Repiques in 2/4
  50. Ejercicios Exercises 122 - 135
  51. 4.2 Repiques en compases de 3/4 Repiques in 3/4
  52. Ejercicios Exercises 136 - 153
  53. 4.3 Repiques en compases de 6/8 Repiques in 6/8
  54. Capitulo 5 : Otros Patrones Ritmicos/Additional rhythmic patterns
  55. Ejercicios Exercises 154 - 166
  56. 5.1 Patrones r¡tmicos en 2/4 Rhythmic patterns in 2/4
  57. Ejercicios Exercises 167 - 186
  58. 5.2 Patrones rítmicos en 6/8 y 3/4 Rhythmic patterns in 6/8 and 3/4
  59. Ejercicios Exercises 187 - 201
  60. Capitulo 6: Repertorio/ Repertory
  61. Camino a Potos¡, Freddy Torrealba
  62. Camino Viejo, Italo Pedrotti
  63. Campanitas, Alfredo Dom¡nguez
  64. Cavuriadas, Italo Pedrotti
  65. De Ushuaia a La Quiaca, Gustavo Santaolalla
  66. Don Esteban, Horacio Dur n
  67. Escarcha y Sol, Horacio Dur n
  68. Estudio para Charango, Mauro Nu¤ez
  69. Khespi¤a, H‚ctor Soto
  70. Los Alaracos, Ernesto Cavour
  71. Manzanitas, Horacio Dur n
  72. Mis Llamitas, Ernesto Cavour
  73. Ojito de Agua, Adri n Ot rola
  74. Oto¤al, Italo Pedrotti
  75. Punteado, Ernesto Cavour
  76. Reencuentro, Claudio Araya
  77. Rosita de Pica, H‚ctor Soto
  78. Subida, Ernesto Cavour
  79. Tonada Triste, Horacio Dur n
  80. Ventolera, Hugo Lagos - Eduardo Carrasco
  81. Volver s,William Centellas
  82. Vuelo de P jaros, Italo Pedrotti
  83. Vuelo de Parinas, C‚sar Palacios
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