Watch the Turkish March online guitar lesson by Tony Smotherman from Classical Flatpicking Explorations

Be sure to separate each part of the "Turkish March" into smaller sections, this way you can focus on all the movement through each part. Although I wouldn't consider this piece an extremely difficult one, it can be a little tricky in some of the sections. Make sure to keep the notes even and flowing at a steady tempo. Keep the right hand alternate picking steady throughout. For a great challenge, increase your speed gradually until you can burn through each position. Its sounds remarkable either way, slow or fast.