Arranging from piano to guitar?

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Re: Arranging from piano to guitar?

Postby a human » Tue Sep 02, 2014 2:56 pm

Thanks, everyone for all this good info. Appreciate it.
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Re: Arranging from piano to guitar?

Postby twang » Wed Sep 03, 2014 2:48 pm

Non Tabius wrote:Fernando Sor's Method obtainable on this site also has some useful tips regarding piano to guitar arrangements .
He adresses the attitude to adopt when transcribing from one medium to the other.


I did some looking around on the site for this but didn't find it. Any hints?
"An amateur is he who takes up the study of an instrument as a relaxation from his serious occupations." -- Sor

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Re: Arranging from piano to guitar?

Postby a human » Wed Sep 03, 2014 4:15 pm

I flummoxed around searching and found a link from the delcamp site to this, in the public domain:

http://boije.statensmusikverk.se/ebibli ... 201140.pdf
1965 Krempel Classical (660ish mm)
Martin Sigma DM-1 Dreadnaught (std)
2011 Cordoba Cadete Classical (615 mm)
2014 Martin DX1AE (std)

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Re: Arranging from piano to guitar?

Postby twang » Wed Sep 03, 2014 8:16 pm

Looks like a fun read. I can't wait to start. Thanks.
"An amateur is he who takes up the study of an instrument as a relaxation from his serious occupations." -- Sor


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