Thursday, July 24, 2008

60 Progressive Solos for Classical Guitar

60 Progressive

60 Progressive Solos for Classical Guitar: Featuring the Music of the World's Greatest Composers: Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms
By Mark Phillips

Publisher: Cherry Lane Music
Number Of Pages: 120
Publication Date: 2003-08-01
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 1575606283
ISBN-13 / EAN: 9781575606286
Binding: Paperback

Product Description:

Most classical guitar folios feature compositions by the lesser-known guitar composers. This collection, however, exclusively features music by the world's most renowned composers. The works of Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frederick Handel represent the culmination of the Baroque era. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart stands at the summit of the Classical era. Ludwig van Beethoven straddles the Classical and Romantic eras, and Johannes Brahms is the giant of the Romantic era. For educational purposes, the pieces have been organized in order of difficulty within each composer's section. In addition, complete performances of all pieces can be heard on the accompanying CD. Enjoy! Includes: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring The Harmonious Blacksmith Ode to Joy Lullaby and more.



Amadeus said...

Hi, "the file is corrupted and Can´t be open"

Can you please repost it?

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Sameh said...

Yes the file is corrupted, plz repost it.

Addy Ho said...

I don't have problem downloading the file.

The file is ok to be unzip.

So, please re-download.

Sameh said...

Hi Addy,
The file downloads and unzips OK. but the the pdf itself doesn't open and we get "the file is corrupted and Can´t be open" message.
Thank you very much for your effort.
We really appreciate it.

Addy Ho said...

File is repaired and posted to a new link.

Please download again.

FABIANA said...

it is asking for a password
can you tell me so?

FABIANA said...

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Addy Ho said...

Password is

You can find it at the right hand side of the blog, right below the search box.


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