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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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A definitive and comprehensive book by Jerry Coker, author of 'Patterns for Jazz', 'The Jazz Idiom', 'Improvising Jazz ' and 'Listening to Jazz'. This is an uniquely organised method that devotes a thorough chapter to each of the prevailing tune types of jazz: Standard, Be-bop, Modal, Blues, contemporary, ballad and free form listening and discu...
This book was written in response to numerous requests from young arrangers seeking practical advice on orchestrating for the recording industry. The book is designed to eliminate many of the problems confronting the young arranger with many scored examples that have proven most successful for the author. Don Sebeski has many years experience in...
This excellent book is made up of jazz, fusion, progressive studies and performance pieces. These pieces help the guitarist develop in many areas including rhythmic sight-reading, harmony and technique. The pieces used are complete compositions in their own right, either as duets or solos. As such, they retain interest throughout, encouraging pr...
If you love blues guitar, and are looking to grow as a blues guitarist, This is the book for you. 'Real Blues Guitar' is a complete blues guitar method. Beginning with the basic rhythm and lead guitar techniques, the book systematically guides you through the styles and techniques of blues guitar masters such as Albert King, B. B. King, Stevie R...
If you've ever wondered what sets guitar heroes apart from other players, 'Legends' has the answer. The trademark licks and tricks of twenty four of the world's greatest with examples on CD. The book also offers hints on technique to aid experimentation, and other player profiles. The most helpful guide yet to playing and composing like the all-...
The Capo Chord Book is an instructional method designed to aid the beginner/intermediate guitarist in capo transpositions. Playing in keys laden with bar chords can be frustrating to the novice. This book intends to remove this frustration by showing the player how to play in these difficult keys while using easy to play chord shapes. By placing...
10 Miles Davis Classics for Bb, Eb and C instruments. Includes a CD for improvisation study and performance. Each tune includes a slipt track with melody cue with proper style and inflection, professional rhythm tracks, choruses for soloing, removable piano part, an additional full stereo accompaniment track (no melody) and additional choruses f...
While you will find a few of the more established composers represented in this book, the majority of the music was written in the past 15 years or so û wonderful compositions by people such as Jacob Karlzon, Tommy Smith, Florian Ross, and a host of others. This is beautiful, cutting-edge music that will reward the dedicated musician with enorm...