Complete Sor Studies for Guitar
Acoustic Guitar - Sheet Music

Item Number: 1721867
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Complete Sor Studies for Guitar
Acoustic Guitar - Sheet Music

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Guitar (classical) - Beginning; Intermediate; Advanced

SKU: MB.95110

Composed by David Grimes. Solos, Style, Technique, Theory and Reference, Perfect binding. Editiones Classicae. Classic. Book. 160 pages. Mel Bay Publications, Inc #95110. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.95110).

ISBN 9781562229474. UPC: 796279018739. 8.75 x 11.75 inches.

The guitar studies of Fernando Sor 1778-1839 have long been valued highly among the indispensable elements of a guitarists training. A number of prominent virtuosi attribute a large portion of their development to the diligent study of these works. Sors studies address an impressive array of technical and musical topics, including proper left-hand fingering, training of the right hand, interval and chord formations, scales, arpeggios, repeated notes, ligados, barring, natural harmonics, control of note duration, balance of melody versus accompaniment, and the handling of contrapuntal voices. A careful study of these pieces will lay the groundwork for a solid technique and allow the guitarist to build the control necessary for the expression of his or her musical concepts. In preparing this edition David Grimes worked with Sors original publications, but incorporated some alterations that appear in those studies that Napoleon Coste chose to include in his Methode complete pour la Guitarre par Ferdinand Sor. Furthermore, Mr. Grimes has corrected misprints, modernized the notation and rectified some inconsistencies. Finally, some developments in technique since Sors day have been incorporated in this edition.

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