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Johannes Tonio Kreusch - Interviewed by Lawrence Del Casale
Johnny Smith plays Schonberg - by Larry Snitzler
GFA of America International Convention and Competition - a report by Graham Wade
The Virtuous Guitarist 3 - by Carlos Bonell
Music Matters, How we think and talk about music - by Guy Traviss
Obituary - Eduardo Falú (1923-2013)
Capturing Falú on Film, an interview with Oliver Primus - by Therese Wassily Saba
Paco Peña's Encuentro with Eduardo Falú - by Paco Peña
Obituary - Ole Halén (1944-2013)
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Robben Ford reveals the chords and driving rhythm patterns he uses to create great blues backups: Funky shuffle and slow blues rhythms, two and three note moveable shapes, guitar-friendly voicing's of 'hard chords', 'sliding sixth' patterns, intro/ending licks, passing chords and voice leading, seven different 7th chord voicing's. This new set h...
Complete solo performances of twelve standards. Titles are: 'All the Things You Are', 'Black Orpheus', 'Bluesette', 'Body and Soul', 'How Insensitive', 'Moonlight in Vermont', 'My Foolish Heart', 'My One and Only Love', 'My Romance', 'Once I Loved', 'Satin Doll', 'There Will Never Be Another You'.
Presents 20, four-bar exercises followed by exhaustive harmonic, rhythmic, and scale permutations together with a companion CD recording. This text provides valuable insight into the vast melodic and harmonic possibilities available to composers and arrangers of guitar music. These musical concepts may be altered and implemented in ways that cre...
Antonio Lauro is one of the most famous composers to come from Venezuela. The pieces represented in these guitar works are for players at a beginner-intermediate level. The Pavane is a courtly dance, which comes originally from the north of Italy. It was widely played throughout Europe from the 16th Century and acquired a solemn character in Spa...
A transcription of GFA and Winfield Fingerstyle winner Michael Chapdelaine's fourth CD. These 10 pieces are classical in technique, although not totally classical in style, featuring blues, rock, and contemporary idioms. Chapdelaine's original recording is included on CD.
Oscar Herrero's instructional series for Flamenco guitar is a great starting place for anyone who wants to learn the Flamenco style from a master. This first volume contains 21 progressive studies in standard notation and tablature with all of the examples performed on the accompanying CD.