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Vicente Amigo – Interview by Thérèse Wassily Saba
Reminiscing about Johnny Smith – by Charles Postlewate
A Classical Guitarists Story of Recovery, Part 2 – by Apostolos Paraskevas
The Go-Dai Concerto – by Guy Traviss
Hall of Fame – by Guy Traviss
Taranaki Classical Guitar Summer School – by Wendy Dimond
Views from Everywhere – Compiled by Thérèse Wassily Saba
The Virtuous Guitarist 2 – by Carlos Bonell
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This is the first instructional course of its kind. It takes a strikingly new and refreshing approach to learning guitar, and it is carefully designed to guarantee efficient practice with rewarding results. The Praxis programme makes available to all guitarists a comprehensive and unified body of instructional material, and within Praxis, studen...
This jazz fake book really needs no description. The thousands of musicians who have bought the excellent volume one will automatically want to own this follow up volume from Sher Publishing. Hundreds of jazz classics, standards and jazz fusion pieces.
In This book many different possibilities for harmonising the same melody are illustrated and analysed, using techniques by such influential arrangers as Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Oliver Nelson and Gil Evans. Also includes techniques for melody harmonisation, linear writing and counterpoint for 2, 3, 4 and 5 horns, a chapter on writing fo...
This collection contains five compositions, each dedicated to a legendary guitarist. Each song is offered in several versions for different instruments, providing interesting settings for many musicians. Selections include: 'Django's Bounce' (for Django Reinhardt), 'Barney's bossa' (Barney Keael), 'Wes' Mode' (Wes Montgomery), 'Kenny's Groove' (...
A teacher of jazz improvisation for over fifty years, John LaPorta's unique, straight-forward, and simple approach has become the standard by which other jazz improvisation methods are measured. This method, thoroughly updated and revised, takes a practical and intuitive approach to teaching basic jazz improvisation. Featuring jazz theory, rhyt...
In this book, Steve takes a potentially very complex subject, the creation of new, different, and creative melodies, and shows how using two very simple, and very guitaristic pentatonic scales, you can unleash an inexhaustible supply of new colors and ideas. A CD containing most of the music examples, plus numerous play-along tracks is included.
You've just received your first studio call and already you can feel the tension mounting. Will you be able to read and interpret the music? Can you immediately get into the 'groove' without a lot of rehearsal time? How about coping with headphones and the ever-present click track? Here's an album that will give you 'studio' experience without ...
The legendary flamenco guitarist and best-selling Mel Bay Publications author, Juan Serrano, is well-known for his sound recordings, transcriptions of his music, and technical methods for flamenco guitar. Now the music that formed his technical repertory and was the musical foundation given to his by his father, Antonio el del Lunar, (guitarist ...