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Watch the Vivaldi Concerto in D online guitar lesson by Muriel Anderson from Essentials: Fingerstyle Guitar

This beautiful melody was written as the second movement of the concerto for guitar and orchestra, but it's also nice as a guitar solo. It moves slowly and only has open strings in the bass, so it’s easy to work in vibrato by rocking the left hand back and forth.

The rhythm is a dotted pattern typical of some baroque music. You may have played some tunes that have more of a triplet feel, but since the long notes are a little longer and short notes are a little shorter, it's exaggerated lilt gives it a more authentic baroque feel.