Below is the lesson for “March of the Toreadors” from the Opera, Carmen.
One of the most famous arias from the opera, Carmen. The melody can be described as cheerful, bold, and celebratory as it’s a reflection of the lyric which praises the bullfighter (toreador).
This fingerstyle piece is perfect for the seasoned intermediate player. Rhythmically, it’s fairly straightforward. But in the spots where it gets a bit more complex, we can rely on our ear as the melody is extremely catchy.
P.S. Click HERE to learn another aria from the opera, Carmen.
Part 1 – Performance & Free Lesson