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Although many books have been written on the subject of the guitar this is the first book to cover, in a definitive way, the classical guitar since 1800. Maurice Summerfield has for over 46 years played, listened to and studied the classical guitar. This new revised and updated edition introduces a brand-new page layout for the biographical sect...
Eight note-for-note transcriptions in standard notation and tablature. Also included for each piece are chord symbols, an accompaniment chord grid with chord boxes, and commentary (in French). The accompanying CD contains play along rhythm backing tracks (3 guitars and double Bass) for all the pieces. Titles are: 'Daphné', 'Minor Swing', 'Swingi...
In This book Jerry Donahue dispels the mystery of his virtuoso techniques. He breaks his style down into categories such as licks and endings based on banjo phrases, steel guitar and 'chicken picking'. He demonstrates various examples at different tempos and all the music has been written out with his own fingerings.
The First book in a series dedicated to Ignacio 'Indio' Figueredo who was a master of the Llanera harp (arpa criolla). These wonderful arrangements by Alirio Diaz capture all the colour and vivacity of the harp and the music from the Llanos region of Venezuela. Titles are: 'Los Caujaritos', 'Mi Camaguán', and 'Priva Resuello'.
Anton Diabelli is a guitar composer who differs in many respects from the usual guitar composer of the early nineteenth century. Most of the music he wrote was not for the guitar. He was active as a proof reader, publisher and in these capacities learned to know many leading musical personalities, such as Beethoven and Schubert, and had in many ...
Maria Luisa Anido Talks to Maria Isabel Siewers, Aspects of Technique, Dublin Guitar Festival, Atahualpa Yupanqui, Vojislav Ivanovic in Conversation with Colin Cooper, Music Supplement, The Guitar Works of Paganini: 2. Subscriptions For UK subscriptions, click for either £2.95