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Bring the index finger to the preparation position on the 1st string. Complete the stroke, raising the middle finger as you do so. 4. Conclude by playing a rest stroke with the middle finger, raising the index finger as you do so. From a side view the two fingers alternating give the impression of two legs walking, or more accurately climbing, a shallow flight of stairs. Like walking, alternation is a "feel" that once acquired, becomes completely automatic. Naming the Fingers By tradition the fingers of the right hand are known by the initial letters of the Spanish words for them: p i m a for pulgar for indicio for medio for anular Thumb Index finger Middle finger Ring finger The little finger of the right hand is not used.

2. Keep your eyes on the music, and do not look back at your left hand. E e e e G B D e II F Spaces ~ MUSICAL NOTATION Standard musical notation for both the guitar and other instruments consists of notes drawn on five lines and enclosing four spaces, known as a musical staff. Each line and each space represents one note in the musical spectrum, and the position of the staff in the overall range of musical notes is in- II F II A II c II II E Obviously the staff does not contain enough notes for the full range of the guitar, so additional notes are added by drawing lines above and below the staff.

4. Conclude by playing a rest stroke with the middle finger, raising the index finger as you do so. From a side view the two fingers alternating give the impression of two legs walking, or more accurately climbing, a shallow flight of stairs. Like walking, alternation is a "feel" that once acquired, becomes completely automatic. Naming the Fingers By tradition the fingers of the right hand are known by the initial letters of the Spanish words for them: p i m a for pulgar for indicio for medio for anular Thumb Index finger Middle finger Ring finger The little finger of the right hand is not used.

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