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Giulio Tampalini – by Guy Traviss
16th Kyustendil International Guitar Festival and Competition – by Paul Fowles
Hoppstock and Willcocks – by Guy Traviss
Stuart Mewburn – Interviewed by Guy Traviss
Progressive Progressions (Part 26) – by Neil Smith
7th Vrnjci International Classical Music Festival – by Paul Fowles
Nurtingen International Guitar Festival – by Paul Fowles
Momentito – by Graham Wade
How to make the best of a 30 minute Practise Session – by Carlos Bonell
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This original composition is a concert piece for two guitars based on three South American dances, the chacarera from Argentina, the galopa from Paraguay and the joropo from Venezuela. Approximately 10 minutes in duration, this is a 'tour de force' which integrates diverse Latin rhythms into a cohesive form, transcending ethnic regionalism, achi...
This fascinating new book will let you explore the music of one of the 20th century's most influential musicians. For the first time ever, saxophonist Charlie Parker's legendary 'heads' and improvised solos have been meticulously adapted for the guitar in standard notation and tablature. Includes these Parker classics complete with detailed perf...
Ten songs arranged for piano, vocal and guitar. Including full lyrics and guitar chord boxes. Titles are: 'A New Day Yesterday', 'Aqualung', 'Living In The Past', 'Locomotive Breath', 'Nothing Is Easy', 'Songs From The Wood', 'Steel Monkey', 'Sweet Dream', 'Teacher', 'Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll, Too Young To Die'.
Soria was a contemporary of Tárrega and a pupil of Arcas. He was a dedicated teacher and his works are quality repertoire often with a very "Flamenco" flavour. This is a newly engraved collected edition of 5 worthwhile works. Titles are: Tango, Solea y Panaderos, Petenera, Ronda Nocturna (C. Candi trans.: Soria), Paquito, Marcha.
Written by jazz guitar great Michael Anthony who states, "This book is an attempt to eliminate, or at the minimum decrease the frequency of such "deer in the headlights" sputters and stalls and the threat of getting lost when following a melodic line, a new thought, or a progression of chords. Think of this book then, as a map, a guide to the hi...
Vladislav Bláha – by Guy Traviss Performance Anxiety – by Guy Traviss 21st Liechtensteiner Gitarrentage – A report by Thérèse Wassily Saba Rincon Flamenco No.72: DVD/CD Review – by Paul Magnussen Music Supplement, Tricia Milos Karadaglic – by...