Guitar - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by Matteo Carcassi. Arranged by Kenneth Pasciak. Classical,Instructional,Jazz,Rock. Guitar Tab. 25 pages. Kenneth Pasciak #4338529. Published by Kenneth Pasciak (A0.820287).
Five Progressive Melodic Studies presents the first five of twenty-five compositions for guitar by Italian guitarist and composer, Matteo Carcassi (1792-1853) from one of his best known works, Venticinque Studi Melodici Progressivi, Opus 60.
Though originally intended for intermediate classical guitarists, any guitarist of any genre, jazz, rock, folk, etc., with any type of instrument-electric, acoustic or classical-will benefit from an in-depth study of these compositions. To this end, this volume includes both sheet music and tablature for those players who have reached a degree of success on the guitar, but whose reading skills are still developing. Also included, a set with guitar sheet music only for additional study and performance notes.
Includes five studies on 15 pages, sheet music and tablature, plus 8 pages, guitar part only. Appropriate for electric, acoustic or classical guitar; fingerstyle or pick.
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