Oxford University Press Enjoy Playing Guitar: Going Solo - Cracknell - Guitar - Book

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25 progressive pieces for the early grades

Author: Debbie Cracknell
Format: Book
Instrumentation: Guitar

Enjoy Playing Guitar: Going Solo is an outstanding repertoire book for all aspiring classical guitarists. A refreshed and enlarged edition of Enjoy Playing Guitar Solos, this collection provides an excellent range of practice and concert material. It is the ideal companion to Tutor Books 1 and 2 in the same series, or can equally be used as a stand-alone repertoire resource. The carefully selected pieces cover a wide variety of styles, and all fall within the technical levels of the early grades, avoiding large stretches for smaller hands. With short background notes and performance tips for each piece, this volume is an essential addition to any guitarist's collection.

  • 25 fun and engaging repertoire pieces (approx. Grades 1 to 3)
  • range of styles, including Spanish, Caribbean, folk, Classical, blues, and Christmas carols
  • pieces arranged in order of difficulty to allow progression throughout the book
  • includes techniques such as harmonics, tambora, and the half barr
  • background and performance notes on each piece
  • Ole Jose
  • Musette
  • Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho
  • Sussex Carol
  • Landler
  • Lullaby
  • Pepe's Sombrero
  • Ding dong! merrily on high
  • The Celtic Cross
  • Robin's Revel
  • Coconut Corn
  • A Strange Dream
  • Carnival in the Rain
  • The Foggy Dew
  • The Willow Tree
  • Downtown Doodle
  • Apache Dance
  • Skye Boat Song
  • Athena's Dance
  • On the High Plateau
  • ValsFacil
  • Daffodil Waltz
  • Nashville Nick
  • Moondust
  • Those Homework Blues!
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