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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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A legendary artist captures a new dimension for guitar. A panorama of jazz guitar solos melodically fusing be-bop and contemporary music. the solos included are based on famous jazz chord progressions. Two solos are given for each of these progressions and for a fresh perspective. Both the be-bop and current styles are used. Chord forms, fingeri...
This book is the follow-up to Richard Provost's 'The Art and Technique of Practice' and covers pre-concert preparation, programming and programmes, publicity, performance anxiety, practicing to perform, learning to practice, performance checklist, critiquing the playing and learning to perform.
Learn the techniques and style of traditional Irish, English and Scottish jigs, reels and hornpipes and other tunes arranged for fingerstyle guitar. On the CD, Richard explains how he uses altered tunings, string bends, vibrato as well as other techniques to give these tunes added flavour.
Many polyrhythm's and polymeters (simultaneous combinations of more than one rhythmic pattern) exist in today's music, with some being so common they could be referred to as 'rhythm licks.' This book presents a unique and comprehensive approach to polymetric applications of various rhythms over common chord progressions and song forms in 3/4 and...
Having developed two of the most prolific and respected guitar programmes in the world (Berklee School of Music in the 1960s and University of North Texas in the 1980s), Jack Petersen is arguably the most influential academic jazz guitar teacher of our time. This book presents Jack's revolutionary systematic chord voicing techniques for guitar. ...