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  • Comprehensive Chord Theory For Guitar

    Chords are the foundation of almost all of Western music, and the most common function of the guitar is as an accompaniment instrument. But sooner or later, curiosity or necessity leads us to try to understand chords a little better. How are chords put together? How did they get these weird names? Why do some chords sound “good” and so...

    SKU: AM5322
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  • Concepts: Arranging for Fingerstyle Guitar

    Part of the 'Howard Morgen Fingerstyle Jazz Guitar' series. Step by step guide to the reading, playing and arranging of popular and jazz guitar (and fingerstyle) for the beginning as well as for the intermediate and advanced student. An outstanding book. Titles are: 'Joshua', 'I'm Walkin'', 'The Crawdad Song', 'Just Friends', 'The Fortune Cookie...

    SKU: AM0331
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  • Concert Spanish Masterpieces for Guitar

    20 Spanish standards arranged in notes and tab for the advanced classical guitarist. Highlights include: Asturius * Sevilla (Albeniz) * La Maja de Goya Spanish Dance #5 (Granados) * Capricho Arabe * Malaguena (Tarrega) * Fantasia (Mudarra). The CD includes recordings of Paul Henry playing each piece.

    SKU: AM4481
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  • Concert with Class

    Includes and amazing live concert performance followed by an exclusive instructional segment with the legend himself, breaking down several songs featured in the live show.

    SKU: DVD064
    £40.80
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  • Concerto à Brasileira

    Slightly scratched casing.

    SKU: CS1156
    £4.99
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  • Concerto á Brasileira

    This wonderful CD import from Brazil features some excellent works by several outstanding South American composers. Daniel Wolff has already been listed for several best record awards for performing on and producing this CD. The collection features Daniel Wolff and the Orquestra de CÔmara Theatro SÒo Pedro. Track Listing: 'Reflections' - arrange...

    SKU: GMR2612
    £3.99
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  • Concerto de Aranjuez

    Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999): Concierto de Aranjuez I. Allegro con spirito II. Adagio III. Allegro gentile Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Concerto in D-dur RV 425 I. Allegro II. Largo ...

    SKU: GMR3359
    £3.99
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  • Concerto for Classic Guitar and Jazz Piano

    Transcriptions of the Concerto featuring the jazz piano of Claude Bolling, and the classical guitar of Alexandre Lagoya. Also includes parts for bass and drums.

    SKU: AM3332
    £35.99
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  • Concerto for Guitar

    SKU: CS1455
    £4.99
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  • Concerto for Guitar , 2 Violins, Viola and Violoncello Op. 16

    This book contains Lhoyer's 'Concerto for Guitar and String Quartet Op. 16'. The book contains the guitar part transcribed separately as well as the full score. Also included is a CD that contains the string quartet backing for performance or practicing.

    SKU: AM3667
    £15.39
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  • Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra

    SKU: CS1307
    £4.99
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  • Concerto for Guitar and Strings

    First modern edition of the earliest-known guitar concerto. Written by Spanish guitarist B. Vidal and originally published in Paris in ca. 1793, this two-movement work is typical of the gallant cosmopolitan concertos of 1770s and 1780s Paris. May be performed with string orchestra or as a chamber concerto (with string quartet). Duration: ca. 12 ...

    SKU: AM4873
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