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David Leisner – by Guy Traviss
Guitar in Beijing – by Paul Fowles
Luthier Profile, Otto Vowinkel – by Paul Fowles
European Festival Review, (Part One) – by Guy Traviss
8th Warsaw Guitar Festival – by Zbigniew Dubiella
Making a Living as a Classical Guitarist, No.28 – Eduardo Fernandez – by Lawrence del Casale
Music Matters, Music and Memory – by Guy Traviss
3rd Alexander Frauchi International Guitar
Competition and Festival – by Paul Fowles
Obituary – Jim Hall (1930–2013)
Momentito – by Graham Wade
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Part two of a three part method from veteran USA teacher, Aaron Shearer. Many of the ideas in these books challenge traditional methods and assumptions. Part two presents the elements of music and procedures for developing the ability to sight read and memorise. It also introduces the visualisation concept.
In This beautiful collection of contemporary acoustic guitar arrangements, Hanson captures the magic and joy of our first visit to Oz. Titles are: 'Over the Rainbow', 'Come Out, Come Out', 'Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead', 'We're Off to See the Wizard (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz)', 'If Only I Had a Brain', 'It Really Was No Miracle', 'The Coroner'...
This fascinating book takes a look at Hawaiian music; the origin of the steel guitar and its spread throughout the world; Hawaiian playing styles, techniques and tunings, and more. Includes hundreds of photographs, a foreword by Jerry Byrd and a bibliography and suggested reading list.
These two pieces for classic guitar duo were composed for the Hanser-McClellan Guitar Duo. 'Two to Tango' is a tango rhapsody for two guitars using mainly tango rhythm combined with that of the milonga, another Argentinian dance closely related to the tango. The interaction of the two guitars playing single lines at times and then changing roles...
An album full of original and contemporary standards for the modern guitarist. Listen to the complete versions, then jump in and play them yourself with the band! Includes a printed music score on high-quality ivory paper; and a compact disc containing a complete performance with soloist, then a second version with the accompaniment, minus you, ...
Quartal harmony deals with guitar chord shapes and chord voicings that are built in 4ths rather than 3rds. This type of harmony is used by pianists and guitarists alike and utilizes voicings that can be used in many settings. Quartal voicings, and their inversions, are displayed in the DVD's accompanying chart with very clear diagrams making it ...