Fiddle Tunes For Fingerstyle Guitar

Fiddle Tunes For Fingerstyle Guitar

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Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Guitar (GTR)
Skill Level: Intermediate - Explain this
Series: Grossman Audio
Catalogue #: MLB99460BCD
ISBN: 9780786659173


It is a challenge to arrange and play American fiddle tunes and Celtic melodies on the guitar. This set of lessons presents several approaches for the intermediate guitarist with 3 CDs containing 3 full hours of instruction. Written in notation and tablature. LESSON ONE: Dave Laibman's arrangement of Colored Aristocracy features a Chet Atkins approach. Midnight on the Water, a beautiful Texas waltz, was arranged by Duck Baker and features counterpoint lines and variations on the theme. The West Wind is an evocative Irish air played with a classical feel. LESSON TWO: American fiddle tunes: Boys, My Money's All Gone played in a Nashville style and Last of Callahan, an arrangement using a counterpoint bass line played against the melody. LESSON THREE: Fiddle tunes from Ireland and America: Rights of Man and Drunken Wagoner both played in a dropped D tuning (D A D G B E).

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 16/03/2013
Format: Instrumental Album
Length: 24 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop
Author: Stefan Grossman

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