How To Play Classical Guitar Thursday, March 07, 2013
Sometimes there is just not enough time to do everything you want to do. Taking music lessons can be one of those things. “You Can Teach Yourself Classic Guitar” is a good book to use to help you learn a new style of guitar playing. Fingerpicking in classical style is covered; rhythms, scales, and arpeggios are also covered. The songs and exercises is this book were written for the classical guitar by players and composers such as Fernando Sor, Carulli, and Carcassi. A second book , “Fifty Easy Classical Guitar Pieces” , is a collection of beginning classical guitar pieces that were written by those same composers, plus a few more. A CD is included with this book, which can be helpful in deciding the tempo to play a piece at, or checking what some rhythms should sound like. For more information about these or other classical guitar books, call 1-800-42-MUSIC, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.stantons.com.