Stephen, you have provided a very good lead. Thanks for the reminder! David Tanenbaum has produced excellent written and audio materials covering Carcassi, Sor & Brouwer. I purchased sets ages ago, and they are moving up on my my CG bucket list. I expect they'll keep me busy for quite awhile.
Sorry Rahul I've no idea, if you look up suppliers of the books the listing would say whether CDs were included. Performances of all the pieces will be readily available elsewhere.
PS, there's a really fine analytic edition of the Carcassi Studies op 60, published by Editions Orphee and written by Rey de la Torre. Each piece has a little essay prefacing it. No CD though. On which topic, while I appreciate you are keen on aural guidance, I'd suggest at least in some quarters to try to understand how the notation works and how your own ears analyse and understand how you are reproducing the notation. In the end, that is the big prize.Stephen Kenyon wrote: ↑Wed Aug 23, 2017 6:11 pmSorry Rahul I've no idea, if you look up suppliers of the books the listing would say whether CDs were included. Performances of all the pieces will be readily available elsewhere.
Users browsing this forum: CommonCrawl [Bot] and 1 guest