Early Music for Beginning Guitar

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Mel Bay Publications, 2005 - Music - 48 pages
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A very representative collection of music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, skillfully adapted for solo guitar from lute and piano works. This book contains well-recognized pieces by master composers, many of which have already become essential repertoire for the classical guitar. Compiled with the performance skills of the beginner guitarist in mind, this collection also fulfills repertoire requirements of the student guitarist, as well as providing valuable exercises in sight-reading in standard notation for the more intermediate and advanced performers.

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Michael J. Boyd is a Senior Research Associate at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research at the University of Cambridge. He is assistant director of the Keros Island Survey and coeditor of the Keros publications series. He is coeditor of a volume on funerary archaeology, Staging Death.

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