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Sean Shibe – by Guy Traviss
13th Hersbruck International Guitar Festival – by Paul Fowles
First Brussels International Guitar Festival – by Eleftheria Kotzia
Where Does Your Guitar Come From – by Guy Traviss
The Contemporary Guitar Concerto (Part 2) – by Charles Postlewate and dedicated to the memory of Colin Cooper
Koblenz International Guitar Festival and Academy – 20th Anniversary – by Thérèse Wassily Saba
Stephen Eden – Interviewed by Guy Traviss
Guitar Practice: Brain Rules All – by Carlos Bonell
Obituary – Sirchard Rodney Bennett (1936–2012)
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This American publication has been hailed as 'the most comprehensive guide to the design and construction of the classical guitar and the steel-strung folk guitar ever published'. With nearly 400 pages and 500 brilliant photographs and line drawings, the authors bring to life, detail by detail, two magnificent guitars.
This is the second edition of a publication originally published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Museum. Includes information on the banjo's enduring popularity, the banjo makers of Boston, instruments from the exhibition, a glossary and bibliography of the banjo and more.
A spectacular and ambitious project for 2005 by the Pat Metheny Group, in full band score. In collaboration with Lyle Mays, the group have created a single 68-minute piece that the composers have compared to making a film. The musical shifts and turns are akin to a journey, with moods changing with the passing landscape.
Gibson's first "semi-acoustic" the ES-335, which was neither totally solid nor fully acoustic, is the guitar of choice used by many famous guitarists such as Andy Summers, Elvin Bishop, Leetenour, Jay Graydon, Robben Ford, Freddie King, John McLaughin, Jimmy Page, Chuck Berry, Tony Mottola, Johnny Rivers, Jack Wilkins, Bono, Grant Green, Eric Cl...
The primary aim of this book is to help the reader to understand the language of music and how it works in relation to the guitar. It is not intended as a substitute for all other lines of study, but it will provide a basic knowledge that can be expanded and developed. The reader is urged to read as wide a range of books as possible and to exami...
Innovative in its structure, Bridges supports students from the beginner to advanced levels with carefully sequenced repertoire, studies, and technique. Each of the Repertoire and Studies books in the series spans all major style periods and a variety of genres, presenting an organized compilation of pieces appropriate for that level of technica...