The Best Guitar Duet Book Ever!

Books | Guitar (Duet)

Publisher: Chester Music
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
A superb new collection of guitar duets in a wide variety of styles. Titles include Greensleeves, Scarborough Fair, Tears In Heaven and more.

A native New Yorker, Michael McCartney began studying the guitar at the age of seven, going on to study with David Starobin at the State University of New York at Purchase where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1988. He has also studied 19th century guitar with Patrick O'Brien, and composition with Anthony Korf and Dennis Riley. Mr McCartney has performed throughout the New York area, in Europe, on BBC and RTE radio, and has premiered many new works for guitar. He has also conducted extensive research into the guitar repertoire of the nineteenth century, and has catalogued the Hudleston collection at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin. Mr McCartney also works as a music editor and his clients include Novello & Co., Chester Music in London, and Wilhelm Hansen in Copenhagen.
ISBN: 9781844490486
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 45
Language: English
Catalogue No: CH66759

          Musicroom Reviews

          It might just be quite a good book for beginners of classical music but for the rest forget it. Most of it is very simple stuff. The only nice piece is the Clapton towards the end and basically that has had a simple second part added and half way through the guitars swap places - so really very little work has been done. Having said it was simple it is notation not tab, which would put off a lot of players. Cheap - but not worth the money and I certainly hope this is not the best duet book ever. Dont waste your money!
          Anonymous - (Bromley, United Kingdom)
          There are not that many books for Guitar Duets and this is quite a good one. I like a lot of the songs listed but I find some quite annoying, (this is a matter of taste I'm sure) The songs are listed from easy to tricky and I find some of the arrangements are very nice to play.
          Anonymous - (Bedford, United Kingdom)

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