Intermediate Level Players
Explanation of grading system
Most amateur classical guitar players want to know more or less, how ‘good’ they are, and what music they can learn within their competency range. Grading guitar music is a subjective exercise and there are several systems available. I have used the Delcamp, ABRSM (Association Board of the Royal Schools of Music), and Guitarburst systems as a guide, but I have also been influenced by personal experience of the difficulty involved in playing the various pieces.
Here is a table of what I have called INTERMEDIATE LEVEL pieces. The ‘P’ signifies that the particular piece is suitable for performing for others.
List of Intermediate Level Pieces
|Level||Title of Piece||Composer||Tempo||Key|
|P||Canon in D||Pachelbel||94||D|
|P||Un dia da Noviebre||Brouwer||90||Am|
|Jesu, Joy Cantata BWV147||Bach||60||G|
|Etude No7 Op 60||Carcassi||120||C|
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