If you're new to guitar, you're probably eager to learn some songs. The First 50 Series guitar titles feature a combo of standard notation, chords, and lyrics for the most important and popular songs within a genre. This one-of-a-kind collection of accessible, must-know worship songs includes 50 favorites: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) Build My Life Everlasting God God of Wonders Here I Am to Worship (Light of the World) How Great Is Our God In Christ Alone Living Hope Oceans (Where ...
A comprehensive collection of 172 guitar solos for the flatpick or plectrum guitarist. All solos are written in standard notation with accompanying online recordings by the author. The solos include beautiful American, British and Celtic airs and ballads, Celtic dance tunes, lute and early music, popular classical repertoire and contemporary etudes. Includes access to online audio. - the publisher
Category: Guitar Solos - Unaccompanied Item: 135888 Grade: Advanced Price: $34.99 Availability: Usually Ships in 24 Hours
Introduction by Frederick Noade. The music in this collection has probably been more studied, performed and recorded than any other guitar compositions of the twentieth century. This collection gathers Villa-Lobos' most famous works in their original forms and complete with Andrs Segovia's original introduction to the Twelve Etudes. Includes: Choros No. 1 Suite Populaire Brsilienne Douze tudes Cinq Prludes.
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20th Century (1996). The three witty movements were inspired by the composer's observations of guitar students at the University of Georgia. Late Afternoon on the Steps depicts a guitarist warming up and practicing for a lesson. Midnight Variations represents a late-night improvisation, and Monday Morning alternates between the frantic panic of oversleeping and calm daydreaming. --the publisher
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Silvius Leopold Weiss (1687 1750) is known to guitarists as the greatest baroque composer for the lute, yet most are only familiar with the earlier portion of Weiss's prolific output found in the British Library in London. Inspired by a forty-year friendship with the late Douglas Alton Smith - a major figure in the scholarly study of the history of the lute - guitarist, composer, and head of the guitar program at Temple University in Philadelphia, Allen Krantz explored the Weiss manuscripts foun...