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Ten outstanding compositions by J. S Bach presented for solo classical guitar in standard notation and tablature. Titles are: 'Minuet 1 in G Major', 'Musette in D Major', 'Minuet 2 in G Major', 'Bouree in E Minor', 'Two Part Invention in C Major', 'Two Part Invention in D Minor', 'Minuet in G Minor', 'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring', 'Gavotte from ...
This beautifully presented book contains 27 solos by composers including Bach, Sor, Giuliani, Aguada, Cacaai, Beethoven, Carulli and Tarrega. Book I contains easy to intermediate level solos. Titles include: 'Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee' (Beethoven), 'Scarborough Fair' (Anonymous), 'Lagrima' (Tárrega).
What exactly are the steps that lead to ability? In which order should they be taken? What will be required to master each one? These are questions the author has explored in this book, resulting in a rather unique one thing at a time approach to studying improvisation ¡ one that incorporates discipline, technique, creativity and musical intuiti...
The Jazz Theory Workbook is a primer in jazz theory, intended to prepare the student for the serious study of jazz improvisation, arrangement and composition. The focus is on the harmonic language of jazz, especially the harmonic practices which coalesced in the bebop and post bop periods of the 1940's and 1950's when bebop and standard tunes fo...
This album contains seven of Morel's most popular solos. Titles are: 'Bossa in Re', 'Gato', 'Pampero', 'Zambeando', 'Allegro in Re', 'Canciller', 'Guitarreando', 'Pampero'.
An original work for solo classical guitar by the prolific USA composer Stephen Funk Pearson.
Seven magnificent variations on a popular Costacan dance. Written in 1939.
Written in Uruguay in 1924, and dedicated to the violinist/composer Eduado Fabini with whom Barrios played concerts in the twenties.
A simple waltz dating from Barrios' early years in Brazil c.1917.
Written by Chopin whom Barrios loved. Barrios included pieces by Chopin in his concert presentations. This transcription of the well-known plaintive prelude was written in El Salvador in 1941.
This GSP volume is the second in the series of three volumes published in conjunction with Tanenbaum's brilliant 'Estudios' recording and deals in detail with Carcaai's 25 Estudios Op. 60. The study guides are a companion to the music, enabling detailed understanding of these studies.
For solo guitar.