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The Evolution of Fingerstyle Guitar

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Laurence Juber
The Evolution of Fingerstyle Guitar

by Laurence Juber

Book with online audio. Wings guitarist and acclaimed fingerstyle hero Laurence Juber brings you an exclusive book and audio experience, featuring his full-length solo guitar album Touchstones. With matching transcriptions of all 20 album tracks by master composers such as Josquin, Dowland, Bach and Sor, you'll trace the origins of solo guitar from the Renaissance to the Romantic era and beyond. This beautiful collection is illustrated throughout and includes guitar history and lineage, and more. Features Playback+, an audio player that lets you slow down without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right. Note/tab. 127 pp.

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The Renaissance (1450-1600)
  • La Bernardina - Francesco Spinacino/Josquin Des Pres (1507)
  • Pavana - Luis de Milan (1536)
  • Guardame Las Vacas - Luis de Narvaez (1538)
  • Romanesca - Alonso Mudarra (1543)
  • Recercata - Diego Ortiz (1553)
  • Queen Elizabeth's Galliard - John Dowland (1601)

The Baroque Era (1600-1750)
  • Prelude in D Minor - Robert de Visee (1686)
  • Folias - Gaspar Sanz (1674)
  • E Minor Bourée - Johann Sebastian Bach (c. 1708-1717)
  • Divertimento - An Anonymous Gentleman (1763)

The Classical Era (1730-1820)
  • Sonata Op. 15, 1st Movement - Mauro Giuliani (c. 1810)
  • March from "Cendrillon" - Fernando Sor (c. 1824)

The Romantic Era (1780-1910)
  • Caprice No. 7 - Luigi Legnani (c. 1822)
  • An Malvina - Johann Kaspar Mertz (1847)
  • Bolero - Julian Arcas (c. 1860)
  • Prelude No. 1 - Francisco Tarrega (c. 1890)
  • Spanish Fandango - Henry Worrall (1866)
  • Mazurka - Charles de Janon (1889)
  • Under the Greenwood Tree - Vahdah Olcott-Bickford (1921)
  • The Capitol March - William Foden (1920)

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