Jansch was one of the most influential and unique guitarists to emerge from the British folk music scene of the sixties. Over nearly fifty years, he produced a prodigious body of work, as a member of the seminal "folk-baroque" band Pentangle, as a duo with John Renbourn, more. Explores a selection from the folk, traditional, and blues segment of his guitar arrangements, ranging from simple early folk guitar settings like "Running From Home" to his most iconic, sophisticated, and original accompaniments (e.g., "Reynardine," "Black Waterside"). Rolly pored over available video and recordings, using "slow-down" software to clarify heretofore elusive details in Bert's playing. Along with basic arrangements, Rolly discusses variations, introductions, and endings. Beginning/intermediate. Note/tab included as PDF file. 144 min.