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Subtitled 'the Elements of Bebop Guitar', this is the book that defines the melodic and harmonic thinking behind the style of one of the most influential jazz guitarists of the 20th century, Tal Farlow. Includes instruction on creating single line solos, visualising the neck, use of anticipation, expansion and contraction, reharmonisation, signa...
the Celtic repertoire offers the listener and musician a wide range of experiences from sad laments to flowing melodies to rhythmic dance tunes. This collection presents a vast array of arrangements covering airs, hornpipes, reels, planxties, set dances, jigs, marches, songs and compositions by the great 17th Century Irish bard, Turlough O'Carolan.
The real book is extremely accurate, neat and is designed above all, for practical use. This new second edition contains tunes that are re-arranged and re-transcribed so that you may study and play these works accurately.
The melodic style is a beautiful three finger picking style which can be traced to the early 1900's and became a fully accepted style for playing the five-string banjo in the 1960's, and is today an integral part of the three-finger style of many banjo players at all playing levels. Plus, the songs arranged in this style are easy and fun to lear...
There is one statement by Sor in his method, just after Example 82, one almost goes by without noticing it. It says: J'ai été toujours d'opinion que d'arranger tel morceau que l'on voudra pour un instrument qui ne peut le rendre proportionnellement, c'est plutôt le déranger; et qu'au lieu de dire arrangé pour tel instrument, on devrait d...