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15 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar

By Various

Guitar Solo Guitar
15 Songs Arranged for Solo Guitar. Composed by Various. Guitar Solo. Broadway, Fingerstyle. Softcover. With guitar tablature. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.699843).

Item Number: HL.699843

ISBN 9781423416562. 9.0x12.0x0.185 inches.

These lush arrangements are written for intermediate-level players. Each solo combines the melody and harmony in one superb fingerpicking arrangement. Features 15 Broadway classics, plus an intro on basic fingerstyle playing: Big Spender * Cabaret * I'll Be Seeing You * If I Were a Rich Man * Manhattan * Oklahoma * One * Seasons of Love * Thank Heaven for Little Girls * Where Is Love? * and more.

  • Manhattan 
  • Seasons Of Love 
  • One 
  • Cabaret 
  • Falling in Love With Love 
  • I'll Be Seeing You 
  • If I Were A Rich Man 
  • My Cup Runneth Over 
  • Oklahoma 
  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 
  • Thank Heaven for Little Girls 
  • What'll I Do? 
  • Where Is Love? 
  • Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) 
  • Big Spender 

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  • 4

    Milton, FL
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  • July 24, 2011 Very easy to play but notation semi correct

    If you are a soloist, you need to be able to read 2 ledgers at once. The book has 15 tunes, 9 of which I would say are popular and ready to go for your next acoustic wedding reception or dinner near the theater. I'm an advanced intermediate player...

    and was able to play through the book sight reading. I didn't have to arrange these songs so I don't want to complain too much, but it would be better "fingerpicking" if the solo line had the up notes and accompaniament had the down notes... as it is, you have to look at both ledgers, or the guitarist plays the accompaniament and a flute or violin does the melody. I think the simplicity of "What'll I Do" makes it the best arrangement in the book, and if you've been putting off learning "I'll Be Seeing You"... it's ready to go. Well worth 10 bucks and even if you get frustrated reading two ledgers at once, you'll be a better player in no time. I already use the book in my repetoire after 1 month.

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