"THREE WELSH FOLK DANCES" arranged for Classical Guitar Solo by Steve Metcalfe.
These three settings are lively and tuneful, and though of a level of about Grade 4 to 5, this set will also be enjoyed by players of a more advanced level who will be able to take the tempo up a notch or two!
Contents: 1. Evans' Delight/Evans' Jig, 2. Welsh Morris, 3. Sweet Richard.
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"BASIC BLUES" Six Easy Trios for Classical Guitar by Peter Oram.
"... a most welcome addition to the ever-growing number of publications aimed at the amateur ensemble group. All the pieces are fun to play..." (Classical Guitar Magazine).
Score and individual parts included. The titles are as follows:
1. Swinging the Blues, 2. Lazy Day Blues, 3. Rocking Blues, 4. Riffraff Rag, 5. Bluegrass Bazoo, 6. El Caballo y la Mariposa. (To hear, click on titles)
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A charming and melodious piece for four guitarists with about a year's playing experience (Grade 1 to 2), and also excellent material for players of slightly higher ability (Grade 2 to 3) for practice in sight-reading or first ensemble work. All in first position.
A brand new set of arrangements of the kind of tunes that after only one or two hearings you can't get out of your head! Excellent material for building dexterity in players around Grade 4 or 5.
Contents: 1. Drowsy Maggie, 2. The Red-haired Boy, 3. O'Keefe's Slide, 4. Soldier's Joy, 5. Gilbert's Tipple, 6.Kitty Magee, 7. The Kid on the Mountain,
8. Smash the Windows, 9. Miss Cumberledge's Fancy, 10. Gravel Walks.
To hear all the tunes, in the above sequence and without repeats, click HERE
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A charming and tuneful solo in a romantic style reminiscent of Tárrega, at a level of about Grade Five.
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arranged for Classical Guitar Duet by Peter Oram.
Now collected into one volume, with both score (unfingered) and parts (fingered) provided, this set is a substantial contribution to the duo performance repertoire, for players of Grade 5/6 or above, with strongly contrasted pieces in contemporary settings that nevertheless retain the modal flavour of the original songs.
1. Le Rommelpot, 2. Quand mon père il m'a mariée, 3. On m'envoyait au bois, 4. C'était Anne de Bretagne, 5. La belle au jardin de l'amour, 6. Ah! C'est un jour de Pâques
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Three attractive and atmospheric movement in a contemporary yet accessible style by the gifted Romanian guitarist/composer Adrian Andrei, member of the Trio Constantin Andrei. Well-fingered and not difficult to play, this Suite will be found a welcome addition to your concert reperoire. The movements are:
3. Adiere de Vara
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This is the first - and easiest - in a series of three books of duets for beginners of the instrument, and contains ten pieces that are attractively tuneful yet are playable by children in their first term of lessons. With illustrations by Abbie Hastings.
A second volume of Easy Duets for Classical Guitar
"... an excellent volume of seven straightforward works for beginners, with plenty of musical interest... I will be using all the pieces in this book with pupils around the Grade 1 level, as they all have useful teaching elements, as well as scope for use in performance..." (Classical Guitar Magazine).
Contents: 1. Olé, 2. The Hills of Connemara, 3. Let's get the Blues, 4. Sailing Home, 5. The Weeping Willow, 6. Carnival Time, 7. Tango for Two.
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TUNES FOR TWO Book 3
Ten more duets for Classical Guitar
After the success of Books 1 and 2 of this series comes a new collection of duets for guitar which are sure to prove equally popular. The series is progressive, but the player who has mastered the pieces in the earlier books should find these quite accessible and straightforward to play. Once again there is a wide variety of styles represented as the contents list shows:
4. Something in the plumbing
5. Blues times two
7. Moon on water
8. Swing it
9. Playing polka
Two arpeggiated moto perpetuo studies for developing speed and dexterity, particularly in the right hand. About Grade 5 to 6 level.
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