In his Suite Populaire Bresilienne No. IV Gavota-Choro, near the ending of one section there are two chords that are played using harmonics in. Check out Suite Populaire BrĂ©silienne, W IV. Gavota-Choro by Wei-Chen Lin on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on. Gavota Choro. ; U U U U U ## 2 U U U U U V U V U Q Q V U U U Q 2 F V V V V [ E B G D A E. Heitor Villa-Lobos TablEdited by Dirk Meineke. 2 2. 2. 3 3 2. 2. 5. 3.

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In cjoro Suite Populaire Bresilienne No. Firstly, are these the right notes and secondly, how are they played? Take your time and study this measure very slowly.

This piece is one of my favourites, but still a little cjoro my level. Reedition Domingo Esteso by Conde Hermanos ; Kenny Hill, model Barcelona “While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave’s life: There has been much discussion about Villa Lobos’ notation of harmonics. I’m assuming you have the Max Eschig edition?


To play the example you cite, put your fingers over the notes that are on the staff: G gavoota the 6th string, E on the 5th string and G natural on the 4th string. A on the 6th string, C on the 5th string and A on the 4th string. The notes will sound like the notes written below- “effet: The C is especially important, because it’s the top note of the chord and the resolution of the D before it. So, try to bring those notes out.


Zurcher beat me to it! I assumed it was something like that and trying to do it only produced faint tones.

Plucking closer to the bridge seems to help. I thought it was something a bit more complicated like holding down those notes and plucking at the octave above This is a wonderful piece and is sounding better each week.

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I remember when I first learned that piece, Gavofa couldn’t get those harmonics to sound at all! You really cohro to pluck hard, while using the lightest possible touch in the left hand, to get them to come out. What messure are yo talking about exactely?


When I was attending the Guitar Festival in Koblenz in May this year, Fabio Zanon played the whole complete work for guitar solo by Villa Lobos as a hommage to his 50th year of death, except “Gavotta- choro”!!!

I was waiting and waiting but he must not have had a good day.

He left it out, gavots made me kind of sad. But at the end I asked for an autograph and he signed right on the concert program. So I can still look at it and smile. Board index All times are UTC.