This book is a concise guide to the technical principles upon which the best current practice in guitar playing is founded. It deals clearly with all practical aspects of playing--posture, tone production, position changing, chord playing, and coordination--and offers advice on interpretation and practicing. It includes a selected repertoire list and a most useful appendix, "Writing for the Guitar," by the composer Stephen Dodgson.
`the book is thoroughly recommendable to all teachers and students of the classical guitar'
British Journal of Music
The physiology of technique; posture; right arm and hand; co-ordination; techniques of interpretation; practising; Appendices; writing for the guitar - comments of a non-guitarist composer, Stephen Dodgson; repertoire.
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 28th June 1990
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 18.57 x 12.34
Weight (kg): 0.13