Solo Guitar Playing has ratings and 3 reviews. Lance said: I recommend this one for any student of the instrument, beginning through intermediate, no. also Solo Guitar Playing Books 1 & 2 [FN52 & FN70] repertoire CDs along with Frederick Noad’s Memorial CD [FN 50] is now available in MP3 format and can. Available in: Multimedia Set. (Music Sales America). Express yourself through the beautiful voice of the solo guitar. Solo Guitar Playing can.
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Duncan, Parkening, Waldron, and Sagreras are more my cup of tea. Board index All times are UTC. One thing I don’t like is some of the edits he makes to pieces.
For me the book was perfect, but for absolute beginners it may be a rather steep learning curve But definitely a challenge worth overcoming. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. If they are working with a teacher or not, there is certainly a great amount of material in that book, and would be a great book if it weren’t for the major faults I find in the sequence and lack of explanations.
Solo Guitar Playing: Book 1 (with CD)
My biggest complaint is that it uses the left-hand 3rd finger approach instead of the 4th finger approach as established by Sor. You’ll notice that when you do this, your left hand will rotate slightly so that the palm is more perpendicular to the neck and the edge of the hand by the fourth finger draws closer to the fingerboard as well.
Thank you Geo for starting this thread. Sep 01, Andrew rated it it noaf amazing Shelves: The only short coming of the book is something that no book can overcome- having somebody beside you that knows what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong.
I like how he sequences the arpeggio patterns, working from simplest to complex, and only single direction arpeggios. I hope this helps in some small way, Larry Guitzr. The development of upper position isn’t the best.
Stephen rated it really liked it Dec 25, There is a refreshing trend away from the third finger approach, at least here in the US, because it encourages left-hand pronation a counter-clockwise turn away from the neck. In particular, I think it would be helpful guihar include: Brian Ralph rated it it was amazing Feb 13, Don’t let this disencourage you though. Personally, I have used just a portion of it–not enough to make a fair assessment, so I welcome those of you who have more experience to write your evaluation of it.
Instead of set examples that only deal with the position in question, he goes right to shifting positions, this is where supplemental material would be needed if I used it.
Noad | Solo Guitar Playing Volume 1 part B – CD only
Lists with This Book. This is why I discontinued using it about 15 years ago. BTW, this is a big Ramirezso you can see I have big hands and Nooad still use the 4th finger approach. This has the advantage of increasing the span of frets you can handle.
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One of the great things is the fact its an ‘anthology’ one book is equal to at least 3 method books of different writers. Hagakure rated it really liked it Aug 08, Johns guitarr it it was amazing Feb 26, Techniques like scale development in both rest and free stroke technique and arpeggio technique aren’t the best explanations.
Mainly focussed on electric guitar.