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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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This GSP volume completes the series of three volumes published in conjunction with Tanenbaum's brilliant 'Estudios' recording and deals in detail with Leo Brouwer's 20 Estudios Sencillos. The study guides are a companion to the music, enabling detailed understanding of these studies.
Six great artists teaching six great lessons. Steve Khan helps with building a phrase vocabulary for the II-V-I progression; Ron EschetÚ provides a fingerstyle blues lesson; Scott Henderson teaches about creating harmonies with intervallic patterns; Joe Diorio gives 19 ways to handle the minor II-V-I progression; Mark Whitfield gives exercises f...
A teacher of jazz improvisation for over fifty years, John LaPorta's unique, straight-forward, and simple approach has become the standard by which other jazz improvisation methods are measured. This method, thoroughly updated and revised, takes a practical and intuitive approach to teaching basic jazz improvisation. Featuring jazz theory, rhyt...
This small yet colourful collection includes five pieces by three well-known composers arranged for flute and guitar. The eighteenth century is represented by a Gavotte from one of the best-known composers of the period, Padre Giovanni Battista Martini (1706-1784). Two movements are taken from Tchaikovsky's famous piano cycle, Album for the Youn...
Three pieces by Venezuelan composer Alfonso Montes. Titles are: 'Preludio del Adíos', 'Tonada', 'Los Jabillos'.
A wonderful new book by Brian Whitehouse, available in either hardback or softback. Illustrates and describes the instruments in the historic collection of the House of Ramirez through many photographs, anecdotes and technical notes. A unique and beautifully-recorded CD of the collection is included.
This is the first time I have written a book like this, but it is something I have been considering for a long while. I recently had a request to write a book for young guitarists and that encouraged me to put together the Young Guitarist series. This book contains a pair of short guitar quartets composed in a style rooted in t...