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Classical Fingerstyle for Guitar - Simon Salz

Fingerstyle guitarists draw from a vast world of rich traditions spanning many centuries and cultures. This book is intended for those guitarists who have broad interests. Based mainly on the traditional classical guitar style exemplified by Andres Segovia, this books also explores a variety of other genres, from the syncopated Brazilian rhythms of bossa nova to American blues, ragtime, and jazz. This volume gives the student a systematically presented technical foundation while also building an enjoyable repertoire in a variety of traditional and contemporary styles. All 40+ pieces are contained on the included CD. Includes Leyenda, Simple Gifts, Ode to Joy, and many many more. This book also covers fingerstyle techniques used by classical, blues, flamenco, and jazz guitarists, in the styles of classical, ragtime, bossa nova, blues, jazz, and nuevo flamenco.

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Winter,Danny Boy,Cherish The Ladies,William Tell Overture,Lullaby,Pomp and Circumstance,Leyenda (Main Theme),Habanera,Bridal Chorus,Ode To Joy,Prelude To A New Millenium,Can-Can,Simple Gifts,Sor Etude,Lightnin's Boogie,Arpeggio Study in A Major,Etude in A Major,Carcassi Nova,Romance of the Roses,About Strange Lands and People,Currant,Trumpet Voluntary,The Prince Of Denmark's March

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Format: Play-Along (Book+Accompaniment CD)
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