Description15 Broadway favourites arranged for solo Guitar (standard notation and tab), but including lyrics so that a sing-along is also possible!These lush arrangements are written for intermediate level players. Each solo combines the melody and harmony in one superb fingerpicking arrangement.Features 15 Broadway classics, plus an intro on basic fingerstyle playing.SonglistBig Spender (Sweet Charity) [Coleman, Cy]Cabaret (Cabaret) [Kander, John] [Ebb, Fred]Falling In Love With Love (The Boys From Syracuse) [Rodgers, Richard]If I Were A Rich Man (Fiddler On The Roof) [Bock, Jerry]I´ll Be Seeing You (Right This Way) [Fain, Sammy] [Kahal, Irving]Manhattan (The Garrick Gaieties) [Rodgers, Richard]My Cup Runneth Over (I Do! I Do!) [Schmidt, Harvey]Oklahoma (Oklahoma!) [Rodgers, Richard]One (A Chorus Line) [Hamlisch, Marvin] [Keblan, Ed]Seasons Of Love (Rent) [Larson, Jonathan]Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Roberta) [Kern, Jerome]Thank Heaven For Little Girls (Gigi) [Loewe, Frederick]What´ll I Do? (Music Box Revue) [Berlin, Irving]Where Is Love? (Oliver) [Bart, Lionel]Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) [Bricusse, Leslie] [Newly, Anthony]
DescriptionClassical Guitar Favorites With Tablature An exceptional collection which brings together twenty-eight beloved and favourite works from the classical repertiore, all in faithful and complete arrangements for solo guitar.
(2015/Cord) 12 tracks digipac. Enjoy favorite Kalikimak melodies played in Ki Ho Alu, Old Style. Light the kerosene lamp, grab your favorite inu and ukulele, and join in!
Media Type : BookLevel : IntermediateMusical Genre : Parlor/SalonNumber of pages : 24This anthology contains nineteen of the most popular Gilbert and Sullivan classics arranged in easily sight-readable versions for beginning to intermediate classical guitarists. All the favorites are here, ranging from sentimental ballads such as â€˜Little Buttercup´, â€˜Willow, Tit-Willow´ and â€˜There Grew a Little Flower´, to more up-tempo â€˜patter´ type pieces such as â€˜Oh! A Private Buffoon´, â€˜Kind Sir You Cannot Have the Heart´ and â€˜A Policeman´s Lot´. The aim has been to provide both a useful teaching resource and a light-hearted alternative to the more â€˜serious´ music of the classical guitar repertoire. All the pieces lend themselves extremely well to the common idiomatic textures of the classical guitar. A variety of melody and accompaniment styles are employed, including block chords, arpeggio patterns and passages of double-stopped thirds and sixths. A number of the pieces are in easy first position format, while others explore the common higher positions. The standard guitar keys are utilized (C, G, D, A, E) but there are occasional more challenging temporary modulations to â€˜difficult´ keys, such as E flat major. There are also instances of drop-D tuning, which is often required in classical guitar playing.
DescriptionThis is a great book for accompanying singing, songs consist of newer and traditional favorites. All songs are arranged for 2 part singing with guitar accompaniment. The guitar back-up parts are scored in notation and tablature and may be played with a flatpick or fingerstyle.
Fifty well-known pieces from the classical repertoire, written in full standard notation with TAB and recorded on the included CD. This collection is invaluable for all guitarists looking to expand their classical guitar repertoire. Pieces range form easy to intermediate levels. Composers include Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Dvorak, Grief, Handel, Mozart, Schubert, Tchaikovsky Verdi and even Scott Joplin.
Scott Joplin´s Ragtime Favorites for Strings as performed by Zinn´s Ragtime String Quartet. Published for first violin, second violin viola, cello, string bass (optional), score and piano accompaniment.
Afternoon Delight Daydream Believer Eleanor Rigby From A Distance The Heart Of Life How Deep Is Your Love Human Nature Just The Way You Are Kodachrome TM Landslide Mr. Tambourine Man Mother Nature´s Son My Cherie Amour Nights In White Satin Ring Of Fire The Sound Of Silence Take Me Home, Country Roads Time After Time Time In A Bottle Yesterday You´ve Got A Friend