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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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Danny Gatton was a guitar virtuoso known for his wide stylistic range. With a musical vocabulary that included country, gospel, rockabilly, soul, and standards, he dubbed his own style 'Redneck Jazz.' Hailed as the world's best 'unknown' guitar player by both Rolling Stone and Guitar Player, Gatton was a players' player who never received popula...
This GSP volume is the first in a series of three volumes published in conjunction with Tanenbaum's brilliant 'Estudios' recording and deals in detail with Sor's '20 Estudios'. The study guides are a companion to the music, enabling detailed understanding of these studies.
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This is one of the great historic recordings of jazz. Charlie Christian, with his rhythmic and harmonic adjustments altered the nature, intensity and complexity of jazz and set the modern jazz movement going. This historic jam session at Mintons in1941 also features Thelonius Monk, Joe Guy, Nick Fenton, Kenny Clarke, Don Byas, Hot Lips Page, Voc...
Well known as a member of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, William Kannengiser establishes himself as a brilliant solo performer on this recording from GSP Records. Titles are: 'Suite #8 in D Major' (Handel), 'El Decameron Negro' (Brouwer), 'Sonata in A Major' K. 331 (Handel), 'Sketches for Friends' (Head).