Media Type : DVDLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : JazzNumber of pages : 175This DVD is compiled from all of the DVDs originally included in the previously published In the Pocket series of jazz guitar chart/DVD sets. These lessons focus on many aspects of rhythm guitar playing. Starting with four-to-the-bar comping (ala Freddie Green/big band rhythm playing) and ending with more modern concepts such as quartal harmony, this series of lessons will take any guitarist to the next level. Please visit: www.melbay.com/inthepocket for a free PDF download of all three charts included in this compilation DVD. Concepts covered are: -Three-note voicings -Four-to-the-bar strumming -Creating interesting bass motion through chord changes -Finding and playing in the groove -Two-note voicings (rootless voicings) -Guide tones -Quartal harmony shapes -Modal comping
Not a method in the traditional sense, this book explains what happens in the finest classical guitar playing and what in turn the student can do to mold his or her playing to that ideal.
DescriptionThe Picture Guide To Playing Guitar If you have ever been left feeling dazed and confused by the sheer volume and variety of guitar methods to choose from, or simply put off by the amount of text to wade through before you even start playing, then this book is SonglistGet BackGet It OnLove Me DoMemphis Tennessee
DescriptionFrederick Noad: Solo Guitar Playing Book 2 Frederick Noad. Instruction, including graded exercises, practise studies and a survey of the guitar repertoire.
DescriptionIf you have ever been left feeling dazed and confused by the sheer volume and variety of guitar methods to choose from, or simply put off by the amount of text to wade through before you even start playing, then this book is exactly what you need. Using pictures and diagrams to show you the essentials, here is the most simple and direct way to start playing the guitar - immediately! Perfect for the absolute beginner, no prior musical knowledge or experience is required as you progress effortlessly from tuning and finger positions to basic chords and strumming. In fact, the Picture Guide To Playing Guitar will have you playing classic songs by the likes of Chuck Berry, The Beatles and T. Rex within minutes! There really is no easier way, without delay, to become a musician - today!SonglistAmerican PieDay TripperEastendersGet BackGet It OnHey JoeImagineLove Me DoLove Me TenderMemphis TennesseeRiverboat SongTicket To Ride
DescriptionExpress 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 techniqueReading music, memorizing, and ear-trainingMastering the fingerboardBuilding dexterity and speedDeveloping tone color and musical phrasingPosition playingInterpretationSince 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.
Media Type : DVD+ChartLevel : IntermediateMusical Genre : JazzSeries : In the PocketNumber of pages : 3One of the roles of a jazz guitarist is providing accompaniment. Economy of rhythm and harmony while comping and grooving with a band will get jazz guitarists further with their fellow bandmates than playing lots of bulky, cluttered rhythms and chords. Playing in the Groove will demonstrate to jazz guitar students how not to overplay in a small jazz group settings but rather play tasty lines and chords that will impress any soloist. In this DVD, emphasis is placed on locking in with a bass player and drummer and using chord voicings that won´t clutter up the harmony. The accompanying chart provides abbreviated but clear and easy to understand musical material that is covered in the 48-minute DVD.
A book of 20 progressive pieces suitable for guitarists in the early grades. It presents original pieces and well-loved tunes in a wide range of styles, from Spanish to Caribbean and Elizabethan to the blues. With short performing and background notes on each piece and attractive illustrations, this collection is an essential repertoire book for all elementary guitarists.Difficulty : Very easy32 pages25 June 1998 Debbie Cracknell studied guitar and piano at Trinity College of Music in London. After graduating with licentiate diplomas in both instruments, she has been teaching as a peripatetic guitar teacher for Buckinghamshire County Council for many years. Her very successful series, Enjoy Playing Guitar, has been followed by many solo and ensemble works aimed mainly at beginners and those in the early grades.
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