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Selected Guitar Books in the Allen Library
A history of the instrument from America's late Victorian period to the Jazz Age. Introduces musicians and examines techniques and instruments along the way.
A manual focusing on contemporary music and techniques, for both performers and composers. Includes CD with sound and technique examples.
Covers the performance history, interpretation, and performance issues of lute, guitar and vihuela music from the end of the 15th century to approx. 1850.
Learn classical guitar from a master! Includes slow-motion segments with standard pitch sound, suggested listening, and booklet with music examples.
Places Lonnie Johnson, virtuoso influential guitarist, in the context of American race relations and analyzes the technique and style of his major recordings .
One hundred studies from the works of three major composers : Sor, Giuliani and Carcassi.
A resource book with practically cult status, for experienced players to further develop their guitar technique:
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