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Duo Melis – by Guy Traviss
Szendrey-Karper Guitar Festival – by Paul Fowles
The Five Minute Warm-up – by Carlos Bonell
21st West Dean International Guitar Festival 2012
Obituary – Elliott Carter (1908–2012)
The Contemporary Guitar Concerto (Part 1) – by Charles Postlewate and dedicated to the memory of Colin Cooper
Momentito – by Graham Wade
City of Derry Guitar Festival – by Paul Fowles
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Duraplex Great Sound, Great Strength Duraplex has been in the guitar pick market for years. What sets our Duraplex apart from others is that we use the highest form of the material to resist notching and give ultimate strength. Also, our edges are polished, so there are no annoying tabs to get in your way!
Inner-lock Black Finally, a simple strap lock! Simply place the guitar button into the hidden hole on the bottom side and pull forward. The end tab will then lock into the secondary front hole. Once in the forward slot it is trapped. Each strap is 2” woven material, with edge sewn leather end tabs. Sewn to me...
A marvellous album from Guitar Solo Publications of California. the inspiration for this arrangement springs from Tarrega, Llobet and recent efforts by Kazuhito Yamashita and Carlos Barbosa-Lima. There is also a precedent in the pianistic 'paraphrase' of an orchestral work that was quite common in the 19th century. The suite consists of 'Overtur...