Author: Jerry Willard
Publisher: Music Sales Amer
Release Date: 2008-01-01
A superb collection of easy and rewarding classical guitar solos, each one carefully selected and arranged in modern notation and tablature for the beginning guitarist. Turn these pages to enjoy the greatest guitar music of the Renaissance, Baroque, classical, and Romantic periods. Excerpts from essential guitar methods by Aguado, Carcassi (Op. 60), Carulli, Giuliani (Opp. 50, 51) and Sor (Opp. 60, 48); traditional settings of timeless classics by Bach, Pachelbel, Beethoven, Paganini, Wagner and Mendelssohn; and recital and audition favorites by Galilei, Tarrega and Satie are all contained within these pages. Early masterpieces by Milan, Dowland, Sanz and de Visee are represented here, as well as rarer but equally delightful works by Bosch and Coste.
Author: Jon Chappell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2009-07-14
A reference for aspiring and beginner-level guitar players offers hands-on instruction in the fundamentals as well as a series of practice exercises, in a guide that is complemented by a bonus CD of songs, chords, and audio/MP3 files. Original.
Release Date: 2005
Genre: American literature
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Author: Benjamin Verdery
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Release Date: 1999
World famous guitarist and educator Benjamin Verdery has compiled standard repertoire pieces as well as new pieces for classical guitar. Performance tips are clearly presented for the beginning player. Information is included on how to prepare and present a recital and tips are provided on technique, interpretation, practicing and dealing with performance anxiety. Features new pieces by Benjamin Verdery, Anthony Newman, Frederic Hand and others as well as important music from the standard repertoire. The CD includes performances of each piece in the book.
Author: Johann Sebastian Bach
Publisher: Alfred Music
Release Date: 2005-05-03
All 15 of Bach's Two-Part Inventions have been transcribed for solo guitar! Providing a wealth of technical and musical challenges, these transcriptions are perfect for improving sight-reading skills and can be ideal new additions to the performance repertoire of any serious musician.
Author: Karen Hogg
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Release Date: 2001-01-01
A fun and easy way to get started on the guitar. Students will enjoy learning as they move quickly through this book, which teaches everything you need to know for a solid foundation on the instrument. TAB and neck diagrams will make it easy to learn to read music on the guitar. Teaches basic guitar chords and how to strum songs. Students who have finished Guitar Made Easy will be ready to move on to any style of guitar.
Classical Guitar TAB: 50 Iconic Solos from the Renaissance to Romantic Era, includes standard notation with TAB (tablature), and fingering. Organized by three levels: Easy / Early-Intermediate, Intermediate, and Late-Intermediate / Advanced. The main focus of the book is intermediate level. Perfect for students or gigging guitarists looking for a solid collection of historical works and a few arrangements for playing special events. Composers include: Anonymous works, Albeniz, Bach, Carulli, Carcassi, Dowland, Giuliani, Llobet, Mertz, Milano, Molino, Pachabel, Sanz, Scarlatti, Tarrega, and more. Many of these works are available as free notation-only PDF editions from the website and have video lessons and performances available on YouTube. Now finally available in hardcopy book form. Visit wernerguitareditions.com or thisisclassicalguitar.com for more information.