The Classical Guitar: A Complete History

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John Morrish
Hal Leonard Corporation, 2002 - Music - 126 pages
Offering essays by the world's top experts in a full-color, coffee-table quality book, this is the first work to tell the complete story of the classical guitar and its repertoire, players and makers - from its 19th century European roots to modern international interpretations. This handsome softcover volume features lavish photography of classical guitars made by the best luthiers in the world. Additional essays cover use of the classical guitar in pop music, different playing and teaching techniques, the collectors' market, and the science of the guitar. It also features profiles of legendary artists such as Andres Segovia, Julian Bream and John Williams, plus a full discography, a glossary, an index, a bibliography, and a guitar measurement chart.

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126 pagine di fotografie a colori, con pagine doppie per vedere le dimensioni quasi a grandezza reale 1:1. Tutte le chitarre classiche più famose: Torres, Fleta, Ramirez, Hauser, Kohno, ecc. ecc.
In Europe you can buy this book from Chitarra Lampo, is already in stock !

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I have spent many hours look over this slim book. Its length is deceptive, as there is an incredible amount of information presented here if one is a careful reader.


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