#1
I want to play more classical music. I have little finger picking experience and would like to do it more. About the only finger picking I have done is some song in my guitar class junior year of high school. Any song suggestions would be appreciated.(I like a challenge!)
Thanks!
#2
Romanza (Spanish Romance) is pretty good. Thats what i used to start on classical guitar. You could also try Cavatina. I found that a bit more challenging
#3
I'm a classical player myself, so here are a few I would recommend which are pretty but not too difficult:

Air - J.S. Bach
Country Dance - Ferdinando Carulli
Etude in E minor - Francisco Tarrega
Lagrima - Francisco Tarrega

Hope this helps!
#4
try this pdf, it's from delcamp.net. You need a membership and two posts to download it, but here it is anyways.

http://www.mediafire.com/?5t5ia4iz78n1ao8

One thing you need to do is start slow. Cavatina, from the deer hunter, is extremely difficult. Lagrima is okay, but not for a complete beginner.
#6
Quote by adodin
Romanza (Spanish Romance) is pretty good. Thats what i used to start on classical guitar. You could also try Cavatina. I found that a bit more challenging

I second this. However, LEARN BOTH SECTIONS! So many people just play part one and skip the major section because of a few stretch chords. http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/m/misc_traditional/spanish_romance_tab.htm

Also, look at some bach arrangements, though they may be difficult. I advise you get a few books, and maybe a video or two. Youtube lessons are also good.

Also, take a look at this http://key4song.lingolinda.com/intervals/note11.html

Pachelbels Canon is a good starting point - I recommend you try that
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