Flatpicking Medieval Music for Guitar Book/CD

Notation & Tablature Here some Pieces on Soundclick

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In a day and age where the popularity of a tune is often measured in weeks or months, it’s hard to imagine how good music must be to last over six hundred years. If you play steel string guitar and have ever wanted to play early music for performance or simply for pleasure, this is the book for you. The twenty-four pieces in this collection sound both ancient and funky. There is not a bad piece in this book. The music is arranged and meticulously fingered by Allan Alexander, and presented in both notation and tablature for guitar. The pieces are performed on steel string guitar by Ian McConnell. This is one collection you will keep close at hand. The Pieces

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Flatpicking Medieval Music for Guitar

  • Winder wie ist

  • Out in the Meadow
  • Come With Me, My Giselle
  • Medieval Dance
  • Ay, Deus, se sab; ora meu amigo
  • Song of the Ass
  • Ungaresca
  • Medieval Dance
  • Os Sete Does
  • Medieval Dance
  • Ebi beo thu hevene queene
  • When I see Winter Return
  • O Que Diz Que Servir

  • Villanella
  • Bransle
  • Da Que Deus Mamo
  • Lamento
  • La Rotta
  • Adieu mes amours
  • Cantiga 119
  • A Virgen, que de Deus
  • Kalenda Maya
  • Ich han in ainem
  • O Que a Santa Maria

 

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Presented in beautifully scored Music Notation and Tablature for Guitar

The music notation is clear and crisp. The pieces are thoughtfully and meticulously fingered for ease of playing. This book will help you to learn the tunes quickly. This edition includes Tablature for Guitar

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Comes With a Compact Disc of the Pieces Performed by Ian McConnell

The CD, played by Ian McConnell, gives the musician the advantage of being able to hear how these songs can be played and will make the learning process easier. This is a high quality Digital recording (DDD). In addition to helping the player become familiar with the music, it will also be a source of listening pleasure.

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