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Enjoy Playing Guitar: Ensemble Games

34 workouts for guitar ensemble

By Debbie Cracknell

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34 workouts for guitar ensemble. Composed by Debbie Cracknell. Enjoy Playing Guitar. 56 pages. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193367685).

Item Number: OU.9780193367685
ISBN 9780193367685. 12 x 9 inches.

An exciting addition to Debbie Cracknell's popular series Enjoy Playing Guitar, this book provides 34 fun and engaging tunes for beginner to intermediate ensemble groups, arranged in up to five parts. With photocopiable music pages for students' parts, this is the complete ensemble resource for guitar teachers and ensemble groups.

  • Part 1: Variations 
  • Richmond Rag 
  • The Old Galleon 
  • Once A Man Fell In A Well (German Trad.) 
  • Cafe Bonito 
  • Ah! Poor Bird (Trad.) 
  • Rest Awhile 
  • Acapulco Beach 
  • Mood Swings 
  • Steppes 
  • Allegretto (F. Sor, Adap.) 
  • Take Twelve 
  • Caprice (L. Legnani, Adap.) 
  • Part 2: Layers 
  • Legend Of The Lake 
  • March Of The Phantoms 
  • Hurdy Gurdy 
  • Sunshade 
  • Freight Train 
  • Land's End 
  • Pueblo Blanco 
  • promenade 
  • Part 3: Get Creative 
  • Impro Blues 
  • Viva La Musica (Praetorius) 
  • Sangria 
  • Llama Trail 
  • A Round Dance 
  • Tintagel Castle 
  • Part 4: Play It Straight 
  • Tiara Waltz 
  • Waltzing Jacques (French Trad., Adap.) 
  • Summer Tango 
  • Bucks Blues 
  • Lazy Bones 
  • Round Up 
  • Star Gazing 
  • Ripples 
  • Chords 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Location:
    Bethlehem, PA
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • April 27, 2012 Teaching tool

    I bought this book in anticipation of having a group guitar class. This looks like a great beginning book for that purpose. I like that some pieces have accompaniment for the teacher. I wish there were more "games" - only two are mentioned. Most of the pages are reproducible so that...

    you don't have to buy a book for every member of your group.

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  • 4

    Location:
    Holland
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 09, 2012 enjoy guitar

    The book looks very promising indeed. I have not had the chance to use it yet, but it looks like a fun way to understand more about music and lose the rigidity of 'just playing the notes'.

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