Titolo: Mel Bay's Complete Book of Guitar ...
Casa editrice: Mel Bay Publications, Inc.
Data di pubblicazione: 1993
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: New
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This is an incredibly comprehensive book dealing with every harmonic and technical aspect of guitar improvising. Included are analyses of scales, arpeggios, picking technique, chord progressions, cadences and modulations. In addition, numerous studies and exercises are contained to help you play through the concepts of being taught. The goal is technical and mental mastery of the guitar fingerboard. Tablature is included.
L'autore: Vincent Bredice received his music education at Hartt College of Music in Hartford, Connecticut, earning a Bachelor of Music Theory in 1951 and a Master's in 1953. For seven years he was a student of Arnold Franchetti, who was himself a student of Richard Strauss.
Bredice is an associate professor and guitar instructor at Miami-Dade Junior College, Miami, Florida, and has taught guitar privately since 1946 from Maine to Florida. He has also taught at the Philadelphia Academy of Music and the Hartt College of Music of the University of Hartford, where he was awarded a Master's degree in theory and taught theory and guitar for ten years. He has played on radio, T.V., night clubs and recorded for Columbia Records.
Bredice's publications include several titles on improvisation and jazz playing. His "Sonata a Tre" for classic guitar, flute, and viola won first prize at the Internation Competition for Guitar in Modena, Italy, in 1953. He has also organized several seminars and lectures.
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