Classic Guitar Collection, Vol. 2

by Harvey Vinson

Amsco

Description Short pieces for solo guitar from the 14th to 20th centuries
Posted By Alan Green (1053)
Directory Books/Tab: Classical
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On 2/16/2003, Jason Vickers (1415) posted:
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This book goes into pieces with more key variations than the first book. By that alone, it offers a challenge when compared to volume 1. Not being an advanced, this book offers enough challenge to purchace. It's a good book to practice sight-reading with. As mentioned, there's no tab. Actually, there's no tab in any of the 3 volumes.
Suitable for intermediate guitarists
On 9/4/2002, Alan Green (1053) posted:
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Volume two of a three volume set, and it's more of the same - which is a great pity. Lots of Preludes and short Studies and some not too complicated dances. There's no Tab - so you have to be able to read the dots. Advanced players will find Bach's Em Bourree here along with the famous Gavotte en Rondeau, and Tarrega's Recuerdos de la Alhambra makes a surprise appearance, but apart from those three there's not a lot here.
Suitable for intermediate guitarists