Thanks, I'll check it out!Lovemyguitar wrote:Yes, do an online search for: Eythor Thorlaksson, The Guitar School. When you get there, type in "duets" in its search box, and you will find two free, downloadable volumes of easy guitar duets composed by Eythor Thorlaksson. Some of these are quite nice and musical.
I had never heard of Celso Machado before. I am now a fan. These duets make me want to find a duet partner and play Sambinha. This is very similar to the music I did with my last duo partner before he moved away. This is great, thanks to all of you I found some easy ones for my wife, and some really nice ones for myself, and a partner for a duet, if I can find one in Eugene Oregon.Jim Davidson wrote:I'll +1 Celso Machado. I played his Sambinha when I was first starting and I loved it. Still get it stuck in my head from time to time.
Giuliani's Polonaise Concertante Op. 137/02 is also worth looking at.
Hey, for 9.95 you can't go wrong. I will order this one on payday!Joe de V wrote:Mel Bay Publications have a volume named "Graded Guitar Duos"Volume One by Mark Small. It includes 16 different pieces from various periods.
An ideal volume for beginner students and it won't break your bank at $9.95 First Publication was in 2001.
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