Sankie wrote: ↑
Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:53 am
Any books recommend for intermediate student perhaps?
In fact, Martha Masters' "Reaching the Next Level" is aimed at intermediate to advanced and is subtitled "A method for experienced classical guitarists." On the slim side (96pp), it is as much about musicianship as technique--interpretation, approaches to study, performance issues and nuances--the stuff most method books leave to the instructor. Each topic/chapter is focused around a specific piece (included), and there's a list of suggested pieces for further study.
Ryan's "The Natural Classical Guitar" is also for intermediate and beyond, but is focused on approaching guitar playing in a healthy, holistic way, treating musical, physical, spiritual and mental aspects of both playing and living.
If you're looking for athletic challenge, Iznaola's "Kitharologus" very quickly advances beyond beginner level in the early part of the book, IMO.
I'm sure there are more, but I haven't checked out everything... yet!
ETA: IMO, intermediate students are probably ready to benefit from non-guitar-specific books on musicianship as well, like "The Inner Game of Music".