GUITAR BASICS REPERTOIRE

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Guitar Basics Repertoire

Author : James Longworth
ISBN : 0571536875
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Containing over forty pieces, Guitar Basics Repertoire offers a rich and varied mixture of folksongs from around the world, classical tunes and popular film music, alongside evocative originals. Designed both to consolidate the areas of study covered in Guitar Basics and present new topics in the fun but clear style of the popular method book.
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Guitar Basics

Author : Nick Walker
ISBN : 9780571590681
Genre : Music
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The full eBook version of Guitar Basics in fixed-layout format with downloadable audio and additional resources. This landmark method for young guitarists starts at absolute beginner level and progresses to Initial/Preparatory Grade. The method is set out in sixteen stages and contains original pieces and traditional tunes in an array of styles including classical, folk and world music as well as well-known favourite film and TV themes such as James Bond, Batman and The Flintstones. There is a thorough introduction to standard notation, with sections on chords and TAB, whilst ensemble pieces are ideal for group teaching, including 'Wider Opportunities'. The downloadable resources provide accompaniment parts, teachers notes, tips for parents and fun backing tracks!
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Bluegrass Guitar Basics

Author : Dennis Caplinger
ISBN : 0769285392
Genre : Music
File Size : 48.25 MB
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Covers all the basics and will have you playing all the classic bluegrass favorites in no time. You'll learn classic bluegrass guitar techniques in the context of classic bluegrass standards. Beginning with basic left- and right-hand techniques, Dennis guides you through developing great backup parts, playing solos, and working with a bluegrass band. All books and DVDs in the Ultimate Beginner Bluegrass Basics Series are fully correlated to work together, allowing you to use these for putting together your own bluegrass band.
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Acoustic Guitar Styles

Author : Larry Sandberg
ISBN : 9781136804656
Genre : Music
File Size : 54.45 MB
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"Acoustic Guitar Styles" introduces the most popular traditional styles for the acoustic guitar. The step-by-step approach, using a small repertoire of well-known songs, enables the student to explore various styles that can be adapted to play personal favorites. Although a basic knowledge of the guitar is assumed, even the beginner will benefit from this progressive approach.
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Getting Into Fingerstyle Guitar

Author : JONATHAN ADAMS
ISBN : 9781610658249
Genre : Music
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This introductory-level book provides an overview of fingerstyle techniques for the guitarist who may not be familiar with the classical/fingerstyle technique or who just wants to learn more. the first few chapters discuss some basic techniques and how to approach these techniques while developing good habits and correcting or avoiding the development of bad habits. the later sections focus on some basic repertoire from the classical and fingerstyle traditions and will implement the techniques learned in the previous chapters. Written in notation and tablature.
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Teach Yourself Rhythm Jazz Guitar

Author : Al Stevens
ISBN : 0988662388
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teach yourself... Rhythm Jazz Guitar guides you as you learn the basics of playing jazz chords. This book is for student and experienced guitarists who want to move into the realm of jazz accompaniment. You learn a basic repertoire of chord sequences that employ colorful, or hip, voicings. The sequences use chord fingerings that are easy to play, with each chord in comfortable proximity on the fretboard to the previous and next ones. You learn to translate those cryptic chord symbols you see on sheet music and big band charts into easily-fingered chords that involve no extreme hand stretches, sound good, and fit into the harmonic context of the tune you're playing. With the knowledge you learn in this book and a disciplined regimen of practice, you will be equipped with skills and tools that not only allow you to sit in at informal jam sessions but to expand your knowledge into the more advanced realms of jazz guitar playing.
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Classical Guitar For Dummies

Author : Jon Chappell
ISBN : 9780470464700
Genre : Music
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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.
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Guitar Beginners And Improvers Music Book

Author : Al Summers
ISBN : 1905986335
Genre : Music
File Size : 25.81 MB
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Guitar beginners and improvers music book - with over 70 tunes, pieces, exercises and technical tips - provides repertoire to help nurture musical ability, fingerboard knowledge, technical familiarity and reading skills. It is aimed at both beginners and those who wish to improve their skills, giving the player plenty of material with a steady, gently increasing progression. As many beginners often do not know what style or genre they wish to pursue, this book has a wide scope and is anything but purist. A valuable resource for teachers, it builds upon knowledge gained from previous pages, gradually increasing a student guitarist's ability. Cross-references help coherent learning. This book has been developed over many years, using the wisdom of many guitar tutors to test the material in classes, schools, workshops and private lessons. The authors are Registered Guitar Tutors: Ray Bradfield is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist; Al Summers is a composer.
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You Can Teach Yourself Country Guitar

Author : DIX BRUCE
ISBN : 9781610654869
Genre : Music
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This is a step-at-a-time enjoyable method for learning to play great sounding country guitar. Dix Bruce, in his humorous yet musically right-on teaching style, introduces you to country back-up, bass runs, Carter-style bluegrass picking, the Nashville Numbering System for indicating chord changes, use of the capo, transposition, and much more. Work at your own pace and learn to sound like the country greats! Written in standard notation and tablature.
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The Roger Hudson Guitar Method

Author : Hudson
ISBN : 0578425726
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The Roger Hudson Guitar Method is a progressive, dynamic guide to the fundamentals of music and the basics of classical and fingerstyle guitar playing. Each lesson offers attractive exercises and new compositions from the author as well as traditional sources. Areas of emphasis are rhythmic training, note reading, key and time signatures, scales, chords, arpeggios, basic right and left hand techniques, position shifting and repertoire. The method includes numerous solos and duets in classical, blues, jazz, folk and world music genres. The Roger Hudson Guitar Method is a product of over ten years of development seasoned by successful practical use with students in both individual and class instruction. Subjective in-depth technical discussion such as - nail shape, rest/free stroke, sitting position, etc. - was intentionally left out in favor of playable musical material. The method is designed to allow flexibility for instructors with varying perspectives and pedagogical styles.
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