Master Anthology of Fingerstyle Guitar Solos Volume 1
Master Anthology of Fingerstyle Guitar Solos Volume 1 PDF. This anthology includes both new pieces and outstanding previously published fingerstyle tunes. Veteran performers and talented young upstarts are given a forum for their best work. Includes 3 CD's! Intermediate to advanced in difficulty with nearly all pieces appearing in standard notation with tablature.
This book is perfect for people who earn a full or part-time living playing instrumental guitar music. While not all the material here is usable, you will get finished and fingered arrangements by Muriel Anderson, Michael Chapledaine, Duck Baker, Marcel Dadi, Chris Proctor and Don Ross to name a few. Buster B. Jones is in there, so is Stephan Grossman. It's well worth it, because even with the many songs you won't want to practice or play, you will be getting at the very least a handful of professional level solos that can be put into use. There is an arrangement of "Claire de Lune" that is absolutely stunning. Peter Finger makes a submission that is well worth the practice required, and Don Ross - well, even if you never learn to play like this you can study the arrangement and see how he does it.
This is truly an intermediate-advanced collection. Songs are mostly original compositions and a bio is provided of every artist that has songs included in the collection. Songs are mostly 3 - 5 minutes in length, at the tempo originally recorded. There are various styles of music, and many different techniques are used.
There is no instruction (other than tabs), just the sheet music. If you are not at a solid intermediate level, if you have difficulty reading music, or if you are not interested in a very broad range of techniques, this book is probably not for you (yet). If you finished this book you can proceed to practice with Master Anthology of Fingerstyle Guitar Solos Vol 2 and then Master Anthology Of Fingerstyle Guitar Solos Vol 3
Format: PDF + Audio tracks (Mp3). 408 pages