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Product NameClassical Etudes (The Masters Of Classical Music Volume 2)
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
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Price New23.00 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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AuthorJeff Bernal
Page Count129
BindingSpiral-Bound
Published05/29/2016
Long DescriptionClassical Etudes- The Masters of Classical Music Vol. 2 continues to challenge the neo-classical guitarist to the techniques found in baroque and classical music such as "string skipping", "sweep picking", "pedal points", "tapping" and "Major and Minor key". This volume not only contains the main instrumental melody but adds the harmony melody in tablature form. The harpsichord is added as an accompanying instrument. All musical excerpts contain the main audio and practice audio with metronome. This allows the guitarist to play the main melody along with the harpsichord and harmonized melody while keeping timing. This volume contains 43 pieces ranging from Albinoni, Avison, J.S. Bach, Brenda, Brecianello, Facco, Fasch, Gaun, Galuppi, Handel, Haydn, Hurlesbusch, Alessandro Marcello, Benedetto Marcello, Mozart, Pisendel, Telemann, Torelli, Valentini and Vivaldi. Includes Vivaldi's recently discovered RV 723. Comes with Audio CD. Please visit site to hear additional audio samples! http://classicaletudes.wix.com/classicaletudes#!books/cnec
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