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A fine selection of nine baroque works by de Visée, Roncalli, Campion, Lully, Grenerin and Sanz. Titles are: 'Suite en sol Majeur', 'Muzette' (Robert de Visée), 'Sonata del Quarto Touno' (Ludovico Roncalli), 'Suite en fa Dicze Minour' (Francois Campion), 'Overture de la Grotte de Versailles' (Jean Baptiste Lully/Robert de Visée), 'Suite en mi la...
This book speaks to the brand new musician, the seasoned player who has never bothered to read music and the pro who could use some problem solving methods. Generously illustrated with examples, this soft cover book is clear and practical throughout.
Superb quality, live recorded backing tracks plus words and note for note transcriptions to eight of their greatest hits; 'Paperback Writer', 'Let It Be', 'Back in the USSR', 'Day Tripper', 'Get Back', ' I Feel Fine', 'I Saw Her Standing There' and 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps'.
Note for note transcriptions for Guitar and Vocal with tablature. Introduction by Wolf Marshall. Performance notes by Andy Aledort. Titles are: 'Anything Goes', 'It's So Easy', 'Mr. Brownstone', 'My Michelle', 'Nightrain', 'Out Ta Get Me', 'Paradise City', 'Rocket Queen', 'Sweet Child O' Mine', 'Think About You', 'Welcome To The Jungle', 'You're...
Christmas Crosspicking Solos for Guitar features 31 arrangements of the most popular and best-loved traditional Christmas songs for crosspicking guitar. Chords, melodies (in tablature and standard notation) and lyrics are presented, as well as extensive instruction in the crosspicking style. Recordings of every song at both slow and regular sp...
This series of Corales is about textures and resonances, colour, time and space. Imagine the guitar as a small cathedral, and the ambit of its sounds such as its harmonics as orchestral colours and extensions to the range of the pitch of the guitar. Here is a sort of an essay or excursion using the beautiful sounds and spatial possib...