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A comprehensive collection of music and music theory for guitar from early to advanced stages of development compiled from my last twenty years of teaching. The collection includes:
Chord forms from basic open chords through advanced jazz harmonic structures.
Easy to intermediate classical, jazz and popular repertory with standard notation and tablature.
Introductory reading material.
Duets for two guitars.
25 Melodious and Progressive Studies Op. 60, M. Carcassi (Complete).
Douze Etudes Op. 6, F. Sor (Complete).
'Cello Suite 1 BWV 1007, J.S. Bach (Complete).
Lute Suite 1 BWV 996, J.S. Bach (Complete).
Intermediate to advanced reading material (unedited).
Analyses of standard classical guitar repertory with links to website discussions.
In all, 312 pages of material. All professionally notated using Finale® music notation software in high quality PDF format. All pages are bookmarked and the document is fully searchable for easy reference. Works on iPad with free Kindle app.
"Thank you for your years of work compiling this wonderful masterpiece of guitar work. I am sure I will be using the book for many years to come. The download went well." - Anthony Jaynes
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My arrangement for solo guitar of this beautifully simple and well known hymn. Two versions included; one with standard notation only and a second with standard notation and tablature. Both versions fully fingered for performance.
A new eBook suite for solo guitar utilizing traditional Baroque dance forms that incorporate contemporary harmonic and melodic material found in American jazz and folk music.
My arrangements of three carols for guitar with standard notation and tablature fully edited for performance:
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Il Est Né, Le Divin Enfant
Quelle Est Cette Odeur Agréable?
An arrangement with variations of this well known tune with standard notation and tablature. Please listen to it and preview the notation by downloading the Greensleeves examples file.
My arrangements of "Silent Night" and a traditional Polish carol "Lulajze, Jezuniu"
A Reharmonization of Three Studies by Sor:
Op. 6 No. 2 in A
Op. 35 No. 22 in B minor
Op. 35 No. 17 in D
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An eBook of arrangements of six traditional American songs for solo guitar with an emphasis on harmonic content. Songs include "My Wild Irish Rose", "Shenandoah", "Billy Boy", "Home on the Range", "Red River Valley" and "Coming 'Round the Mountain".
Listen to "An American Medley": AnAmericanMedley.mp3
View examples of the score: AmericanMedleyExamples.pdf
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My eBook edition of this great work by J.S. Bach originally thought to be for solo lute although research seems to indicate that it was written for a keyboard instrument called the Lautenwerk which sounds very much like a lute. I tried to maintain as much of the original notation as possible using the Neue Bach-Ausgabe as my source. There were a few instances of chords that were not playable on guitar and some of the voices cannot be sustained as the notation indicates. Otherwise I was surprised to find that nearly everything is playable as written; challenging but playable. Preview my edition by viewing the examples below. This suite is also available within Fundamentals of Guitar Technique.
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My arrangement of this great work by J.S. Bach for solo guitar available as an eBook. The complete arrangement is also available within Fundamentals of Guitar Technique.
This is my e-edition of the well known Carcassi studies for guitar. I have honed this through many years of teaching students classical guitar technique. I still think these studies are some of the best ever written for the instrument.
The complete edition is also available within Fundamentals of Guitar Technique.
"I find your collection of etudes musically rewarding as they sound more modern and cool, which differs from Sor's etudes. These are certainly more interesting to play than merely pedagogical etudes beginners often work on." -Yasuhiro Shimizu, Japan.