1.- SONG “NORTINOHUAY”.
3.- “HUAYNO” RHYTHM.
4.- “HUAYNO” WITH TRIPLETS VARIANTS.
5.- MIXING RHYTHMS IN “HUAYNO”.
7.- MUTE TECHNIQUES.
8.- ARPEGGIO SEQUENCE.
10.- USE OF THE THUMB.
11.- CREATION OF CHORDS.
12.- INITIAL MELODY OF SONG “NORTINOHUAY”.
13.- ARRANGE IN RHYTHM OF “SAYA”.
14.- FINALE: “NORTINOHUAY”.
2.- CUECA “RHYTHM.
3.- SEQUENCE OF ARPEGGIOS IN “TONADA”.
4.- LEFT HAND.
5.- ARTIFICIAL HARMONICS.
6.- NAIL CARE.
8.- “CUECA” LICK.
9.- COMBINATIONS OF THIRDS.
10.- FAREWELL: “PA’ QUE JUEGUEN LOS NIÑOS”.
A COMPLETE INTERVIEW WITH MASTER SIMON, WHERE WE WILL KNOW ABOUT HIS ORIGINS, EXPERIENCE AND HE WILL GIVE TIPS FOR THE STUDENTS.
Simon Gonzalez takes us on a journey through Latin American guitar, decoding its shapes, rhythms and melodies in a didactic way for the student. In this course you will learn performance techniques, interpretive resources and traditional South American rhythms.
E-Masters offers you a complete class in high definition, with informative graphic material of sheet music, chords and rhythmic figures, to enhance your learning.
Simon Gonzalez is a Chilean composer and guitarist who has dedicated his career to the development of Latin American fusion. With particular sensitivity and talent, he has merged the rhythmic and melodic elements of popular music, with improvisation, classical harmony and jazz. Among his countless projects and collaborations stand out: Nano Stern, Congreso, Magdalena Matthey, Natalia Contesse among others.
Simon was always linked to music. Son of great Chilean musicians such as Sergio “Tilo” González (“Congreso” band) and singer-songwriter Mariela González. Simon has traveled, through music, different places and styles, which give him a unique experience when delivering his knowledge.
His formal studies include the electric and classical guitar in Santiago, Chile. Later in Europe he trained at the jazz school of the National Conservatory of Pantin, integrating the Latin music scene in Paris, France.
This whole career has led him to be recognized with the first place in the national composition competition Luis Advis, in 2012, with his music entitled “Nortinohuay”, and with the Altazor Award, in 2014, as Best Performer of the Year of Music Popular, with his album “Piece of Music”.
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