Passport To Play Guitar Vol. 1 PELLS TIM / FRANKE JENS
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1 Reggae Moon (Jamaica)
2 New Bossa (Brazil)
3 Push Up Samba (Brazil)
4 Open Folk (England)
5 Open Blues (USA)
6 Open Rock (USA)
7 Open Township (South Africa)
8 Looking at Chords
9 Rollin' River Blues (USA)
G Major (A Good Guitar Key!)
10 Scale Groove in G
11 Open Hi Life (Ghana)
12 Little Donkey (England)
C Major (Another Good Guitar Key!)
13 Scale Groove in C
14 Creole Calypso (Lousiana)
15 The Enchantment (France)
Style Point Blues
16 Dust in Your Eyes Blues (USA)
17 Sharpen Up Boogie (USA)
18 First Flamenco (Spain)
19 Moonlit Blues (USA)
20 In the Hall of the Blue Mountain King (Norway)
Style Point Latin
21 Bluesy Latin in Dm (Costa Rica)
22 Cuba Baby! (Cuba)
Learn the Guitar in a creative new way: Playing music that makes you feel good, right from the outset.
Passport to Play Guitar is a tutor series which is focused on learning to play the guitar through listening, reading and playing together, and is suitable for both classical and acoustic guitarists. The sheet music includes TAB alongside the standard notation.
The books use music drawn from styles and cultures from all around the world, including Blues and Jazz from North America; Folk and Traditional music from Europe, Africa and Latin America; and pieces inspired by the people and places that the authors have encountered on their travels.
Audio files & clear illustrations:
Because musicians everywhere learn by listening and playing together, our authors have also included audio for every piece. This allows you to play along with other musicians, while learning at the same time.
Tim and Jens (the authors) believe in keeping it simple, which is why they have included clear illustrations and kept the explanatory texts to a minimum. The focus will always be on playing music that makes you feel good, right from the outset.
Passport to Play Guitar is great for Beginners, includes TAB alongside the standard notation, and also includes accompaniments for ensemble playing.