Theory and practice of composition and arranging for classical guitar, discussion of works in progress, etc.
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is there a book that explains arranging for classical guitar? in college i took a lot of music theory classes and some arranging course, and i have been playing for 30 years. for example arranging a church hymn
Postby Bernhard Heimann » Thu Aug 04, 2016 1:27 pm
maybe you can learn something from very good transcription examples in Richard Yates' "The Transcriber's Art".
It's not a simple how-to approach, the pieces he takes are upper intermediate to advanced level, but he describes well the
process of transcribing music for the guitar.
Bernhard Heimann wrote:...Richard Yates' "The Transcriber's Art"...
I'll echo that - an excellent book (it's published by Mel Bay). Such a pity that the Guitar Foundation of America's Soundboard no longer publishes his column.
Eric from GuitarLoot
Renaissance and Baroque freak; classical guitars by Paul Fischer (1995) and Lester Backshall (2008)
Yamaha SLG 130NW silent classical guitar (2014), Ramirez Guitarra del Tiempo (2017)