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Music Sales Solo Guitar Playing Book 1 - 4th Edition Book/CD By Noad
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Express yourself through the beautiful voice of the solo guitar. Solo Guitar Playing can teach even the person with no previous musical training how ...Read More
Express yourself through the beautiful voice of the solo guitar. Solo Guitar Playing can teach even the person with no previous musical training how to progress from simple single-line melodies to mastery of the guitar as a solo instrument. Fully illustrated with diagrams, photographs, and over 200 musical exercises and repertoire selections, this book offers thorough instruction in every phase of classical guitar playing. Complete coverage of individual skills includes: Basic technique; Reading music, memorizing, and ear-training; Mastering the fingerboard; Building dexterity and speed; Developing tone color and musical phrasing; Position playing; Interpretation; and more. Since its first printing in 1968, Frederick Noad's Solo Guitar Playing has been used by countless students and teachers of classical guitar. The fourth edition features revised and updated exercises and an expanded selection of solo guitar repertoire gleaned from the best-selling Frederick Noad Guitar Anthology.
- Softcover with CD
- 280 pages
- Size: 11" x 8-1/2"
- Author: Frederick Noad
- ISBN: 825637112
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- Challenges Your Abilities
- Many Songs Included
- Organized well
Comments about Music Sales Solo Guitar Playing Book 1 - 4th Edition Book/CD By Noad:
I picked up the first edition in 1982 after my teen years of playing rock. Classical guitar has opened a whole new world of guitar playing for me. As I play with other "strummers", I can see their envy as I fingered-pick and bring music to life. Do yourself a favor and learn this valuable method of playing, it will give you a life time of satisfaction.
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