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Part one of This three volume method. The course provides an excellent foundation in technique and music theory for the student of the classical guitar. Each book builds upon basics learnt in Book 1, providing a solid method for private, classroom or self instruction. Each book is gradually developed with strong refinement. Book 1 features chord...
This is a revised edition of the historic 19th century guitar method by Aguado. Revised by the late Regino Sainz de la Maza this method remains relevant to this day as well as being an important historical guitar document. The limited text is Spanish but as the bulk of the method is in standard music notation, this should not deter the intereste...
Designed for intermediate players this collection of etudes for classic guitar includes six etudes in open position, nine in Position II, and five in Position IV. This will aid guitarists in visualizing the first half of the guitar.
This album is designed to help musicians develop basic bluegrass techniques, based on the styles of groups such as Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys, Flatt and Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys, and the Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys. The guitar solos on the CD are written out note-for-note in easy-to-follow tablature notation i...
This book is aimed at all musicians who want to learn about flamenco harmony through the flamenco instrument par excellent, the guitar. /> />Although flamenco has evolved from the singing, the guitar has unarguable been a decisive influence on the formation of its range of styles, creating an array of keys to be able to accompany the m...
Until the launch of the Flying V and Explorer in 1958, electric guitars were supposed to look like...guitars. Suddenly, Gibson turned conventional design upside down, almost literally, by using straight lines and angular body shapes, changing the way electrics could look and, in the process, creating a set of rare future collectables. />
Sharon Isbin, Kazuhito Yamashita, The Trials of Teaching, German Eighteenth Century Lute Music, Ginastera and Piazzolla, Juan Leraicha, Esztergom Diary, The Miracle of Morel: 2, Music Supplement, Guitar Technique, Stephen Gordon at Dartington. Subscriptions For UK subscriptions, click for either £2.95