Guitar Technique

Guitar Technique : Intermediate to Advanced

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This is a concise guide to the technical principles upon which the best current practice in guitar playing are founded. It deals clearly with all practical aspects of playing, such as posture, tone, position-changing, chord-playing, and co-ordination, and offers advice on interpretation and practising. It includes a selected repertoire list and a most useful appendix on 'Writing for the Guitar' by Stephen Dodgson.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 123.4 x 185.7 x 8.6mm | 139.34g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New.
  • line drawings, music examples
  • 0193223236
  • 9780193223233
  • 1,428,886

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This book is a concise guide to the technical principles upon which the best current practice in guitar-playing is founded. It deals with all practical aspects of playing, such as posture, tone, position-changing, chord-playing, and co-ordination, and offers advice on interpretation and practicing. It includes a selected repertoire list and a most useful appendix on 'Writing for the Guitar' by Stephen Dodgson.show more

Review quote

`the book is thoroughly recommendable to all teachers and students of the classical guitar' British Journal of Musicshow more

Table of contents

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.show more