Yeah, I hear you ... I liked this list too -- and I have quite a few books on it, and I just bought the recommended Fernandes book (thanks for mentioning it: it is unique in some respects, very good) -- but otoh, I wonder if we get too taken by study materials of this sort. You can't really buy it all w/o financial ruin, and even if you could, you'd spend the rest of your life reading this stuff. Maybe just listening and playing is more important, or at least, it becomes so at some point of proficiency. I mean, there's tons and tons of advice literature; some of it good, some of it obviously written half-heartedly, purely in order to earn a couple of bucks (understandably: for most people, performing itself doesn't pay well)...oddtime wrote:I love the list but its a little overwhelming.
They are available from Editions Orphee, Columbus.Blind Lemon wrote:I have been looking, unsucessfully, for Emilio Pujol
Guitar School: Based on the Principles of Francisco Tarrega -Book One, Two and Three
The books come highly recommended, but they do not seem to be readily available.
While the originals are written in Spanish, I am sure there are english translations out there.
Are you aware of any sources for new or used copies of these works?
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