Bridges guitar repertoire and studies 1 pdf

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Bridges, Guitar Preparatory Repertoire and Etudes, Edition

This new edition, in my opinion, is very close to being THE definitive word on classical guitar instruction period. Patrick Kearney, international concert artist and professor of classical guitar at Vanier College and Concordia University. Introduction Bridges is the fourth edition of the renowned Guitar Series, originally published in to international acclaim. This edition aims to provide students with a clear, well-paced route for their musical development; to nurture the technique necessary to successfully meet those developmental challenges; and to expose students to the full range of the instruments repertoire. The chosen repertoire and studies at any given level fall within a carefully sequenced range of technical and musical difficulty. From the late elementary to early advanced levels students can be assured that their learning path will be well rounded and complete.
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Lesson & Free PDF: Etude No.7, Op. 60 by Carcassi for Classical Guitar

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The price was very moderate making the series an excellent choice for the average student. Overall Conclusion: The books have better looking notation and design and have been cleaned up as far as cluttered fingering goes. A much improved revision and a joy to see the series moving forward and including some classic repertoire as well as a few new gems. Bridges: Guitar Technique: A cleaner and slightly easier technique book this time. They got rid of the three finger scales which is probably a good thing for most teachers and students looking to focus on foundation skills but still a bit sad since three finger scales are a part of modern playing.

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This new edition, in my opinion, is very close to being THE definitive word on classical guitar instruction period. Patrick Kearney, international concert artist and professor of classical guitar at Vanier College and Concordia University. Bridges is the fourth edition of the renowned Guitar Series, originally published in to international acclaim. This edition aims to provide students with a clear, well-paced route for their musical development; to nurture the technique necessary to successfully meet those developmental challenges; and to expose students to the full range of the instruments repertoire. The chosen repertoire and studies at any given level fall within a carefully sequenced range of technical and musical difficulty.

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