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G. Schirmer First Book for the Guitar - Part 2 Book

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A beginner's manual to the classical guitar. Uses a systematic approach using the interesting solo and duet music written by Noad, one of the world's...Click To Read More About This Product

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A beginner's manual to the classical guitar. Uses a systematic approach using the interesting solo and duet music written by Noad, one of the world's foremost guitar educators. No musical knowledge is necessary. Student can progress by simple stages. Many of the exercises are designed for a teacher to play with the students. Will increase student's enthusiasm, therefore increasing the desire to take lessons. Contents: Air on a Ground; Allegretto (Giuliani); Andantino (Sor); El Vito; Etude (Carulli); Etude in A Minor, Op. 50, No. 13; Greensleeves; The High Trail; Minuet; Minuet (Carcassi); Packington's Pound; Pavane; The Periwig (Noad); Peruvian Dance; The Piper's Tune; Solitude; Sonatina (Attwood); Study in C (Sor); Study in C (Giuliani); Study in D (Sor); Study in D Minor (Noad); Theme by De Visee; Theme by Hook; Theme by Purcell; Victorian Song (Noad); Waltz (Carcassi); Welsh Lullaby; The Willow; Zapateado.

MPN: 50334520
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  • 68 pages
  • Size: 12" x 9"
  • Composer: Frederick Noad
  • ISBN: 793551897

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