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A sequel to Dennis Franco's popular initial offering Classical Guitar in Tablature, this book presents some of the most popular classic guitar solos scored in notation and tablature. The composers include Fernando Sor, Vincenzo Galilei, Gaspar Sanz, Robert de Visee, Johann Sebastian Bach, and John Dowland.
$11.49

Instruments: Guitar, Classical Guitar
This fine solo guitar text, written in notation and tablature, offers a brilliant array of music from many centuries. Composers represented (Aguado, Tarrega, Sanz, Angurea, and others) present a colorful spectrum of the melodies, styles, moods, and temperaments that have characterized guitar music of Spain. The instrumentation on the recording is the solo classical guitar. It is a stereo recording, and it does contain every selection in the book. None of the repeats suggested in the printed scores have been taken off or put on the recording. It is up to the discretion of the individual performer to add or delete these as necessary.
$20.00

Instruments: Choir, Guitar, Classical Guitar, Other, Vocal
This method is time tested, innovative, and has proven successful in imparting essential concepts of musicianship and classic guitar performance to children. It's realistic approach to early childhood education utilizes important concepts inspired by the writings of both Suzuki and Kodaly. This method stimulates musical imagination and ability through guitar techniques, eurhythmics, and listening and theory games. Students also learn by participating in movement, singing, and guitar performance.
$17.39

Instruments: Guitar, Classical Guitar
This book of exercises and studies is designed to develop left hand technique. The book concentrates on eight different technical areas: chords and chord changing skills, barres, shifts, slurs, scales, intervals, extensions, and left hand harmonics. The text is divided into two parts; a section of exercises and a section of study pieces. The exercises are grouped according to the skill areas they concentrate on and are accompanied by explanatory notes. Most of the study pieces concentrate on two or more skill areas. For that reason the particular skill areas for each piece are listed both in the Table of Contents and at the beginning of the piece itself. Study pieces can be easily matched to exercises, and vice versa. The pieces themselves consist of music written originally for guitar, and of transcriptions.
$13.19

Instruments: Guitar, Classical Guitar
This book is a collection of studies and exercises designed to help the student develop right-hand technique. The first sections deal with the basic skills of rest and free stroke, finger alternation, and arpeggios; developing flexibility and efficiency in right-hand movements. Later sections deal with the more advanced techniques of timbre production, pizzicato, right-hand harmonics, and tremolo. Most of the study pieces have been selected from the great body of classical guitar music. A few have been adapted from other sources such as keyboard and cello.
$17.39

Instruments: Guitar, Cello, Classical Guitar, Other, Strings
This collection of etudes, written during the 1970's, was composed as a result of Jimmy Wyble's explorations into the musical worlds of counterpoint, harmony and chord melody improvisation for the jazz guitar. The right and left hand fingerings presented in this book were also developed as techniques needed to improvise jazz in two lines. Jimmy uses very standard jazz guitar chord shapes in these etudes; however, these shapes move through the harmony in lines rather than block chord structures. This broken chord technique creates a unique contrapuntal sound that separates Jimmy from the rest of the fingerstyle jazz guitar world. It is hoped that jazz and classical guitarists playing and working through these etudes will see many familiar chord shapes moving in new ways and creating new sounds. These new harmonic sounds combined with beautiful melodies will inspire any quitarist to new levels of musical creativity. Written in notation and tablature. 92 pages.
$20.00

Instruments: Guitar, Classical Guitar
This book provides a master source for building agility, flexibility and speed while playing with a flatpick, as well as a repertoire source for the plectrum-style guitarist. The studies are designed to build reading ability and clarity of sound in a variety of styles, as well as agility in cross-picking and the playing of rapid linear passages. Includes over 100 original and jazz etudes, fiddle tunes, and a great number of classical guitar pieces transcribed for plectrum guitar. Written in standard notation and tablature.
$14.88

Instruments: Choir, Guitar, Classical Guitar, Vocal
This book, written for those with no prior musical experience, is the definitive text for learning C-tuning concert, or classic-style 5-string banjo. Written by the late Frank Bradbury, Banjo Method provides a thorough grounding in music theory and note reading, along with a complete presentation of Mr. Bradbury's unique 5-string concert banjo technique and outstanding solo and duet arrangements by various artists. The technique described here is radically different from that found in other books about the 5-string banjo, and no tablature is used. No plastic or metal picks are used on the right-hand fingers, nor are the fingernails used, but rather the bare fingertips. The hand positions recommended by Mr. Bradbury are not unlike those of a classical guitarist. All in all, this is an uncommon, but valid approach to solo banjo technique. Online audio of select pieces and exercises featuring Rob MacKillop now available.
$17.49

Instruments: Guitar, Classical Guitar, Other
Complete in three volumes, this widely used method series presents classical guitar instruction in a logical and clear manner. The student is thoroughly grounded in left and right hand technical studies and is acquainted with the works of the masters. In this volume, the student will be introduced to the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh and Ninth Positions. There is complete treatment for the development of these positions including etudes, solos, duets, and chord studies. This book gives much attention to keys seldom presented in detail in other methods, namely the keys of E flat, C Minor, A flat, F Minor, D flat, B flat Minor, G flat, E flat Minor, F sharp, and D sharp Minor. This volume will be a valuable asset to the student desiring to master these more difficult positions and keys. Notation only. The companion CD demonstrates most of the exercises and solos in the book at performance tempo.
$15.64

Instruments: Guitar, Harp, Classical Guitar, Other, Strings
Complete in three volumes, this widely used text presents classical guitar instruction in a logical and clear manner. The student is thoroughly grounded in left and right hand technical studies and is acquainted with the works of the masters. In notation only.
$14.07

Instruments: Guitar, Classical Guitar