Classical Guitar & Spanish Flamenco

Essential Technical Exercises is the next level of advancement from the Essential Practical Exercises' series which is designed for the intermediate student. These exercises contain several more complex finger exercises aimed at developing the art of finger independence as well as good finger dexterity. The exercises are formulated to teach the student a new level of difficulty where each exercise moves across two octaves of the guitar in both ascending and descending mode. All exercises concentrate on the further strengthening of both the left hand and right hand fingers as well as help the guitarist to acheive higher speeds. This book is ideal for the intermediate guitar student who wishes to achieve further articulation and speed to coincide with the difficulties often encountered with more advanced music pieces.

Copyright © 2007 as per author's name on front cover, first edition - Reprinted 2013.

10 Original Pieces are a series of five books written to assist the classical guitarist in increasing his/her musical repertoire. These books are loaded with beautiful and elegant Spanish Flamenco dances including Seguidiala, Farrucca, Estilizacion and more. Written by Vincent Difesa.

Grades 1/2/3/4/5

Copyright © 2007 as per author's name on front cover, first edition - Reprinted 2013.

A series of original classical guitar compositions titled 'preludes' by Vincent Difesa. These preludes are written in Andalusian & Romani styles, otherwise known as Spanish flamenco. These books come in a five part series and are designed to teach the guitar student how to play a leading melody to a kompas using both free stroke, rest stroke as well as finger styling and broken chords. This album of preludes features many different styles of music including traditional dances such as Seguidillas, Farruca, Cancion as well as classical compositions and many many more. Ideal for the intermediate student.

Grades 1/2/3/4/5

Copyright © 2007 as per author's name on front cover, first edition - Reprinted 2013.