GITARRA | Collect two-voice tracks

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di Dario Lapenna

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Guitar collection of two voices, the first part is based on a guitar adaptation of the harmonic concert of the 9 families of chords taught by Dick Grove.

VOLUME ONE

Guitar collection of two voices, as regards the modal aspect I try to highlight the horizontal melodic approach on single strings often unjustly neglected in the study of the guitar.

  • The second part of the method concerns what I think is the most fascinating aspect of the guitar: the polyphonic improvisation.
  • The material collected here comes directly from the school of George van Eps, the great little known genius of the guitar, as someone has called it.
  • It is a collection of polyphonic mechanisms to be developed on all grades of major and minor scales, whose practice leads to a development of the independence of fingers and counterpointing abilities.
  • The guitar thus becomes a small orchestra, a small piano in our hands and can thus express its full potential.

I would like to make it clear that this method is not a “do it yourself” but a teaching aid which should be assisted by a good teacher.

VOLUME DUE

Guitar collection songs to two voices, this is a collection of music for classical guitar somewhat unusual.
Generally, anthologies for classical guitar assemble tracks of various genres, shared by the same level of executive and interpretative difficulty.

In this case, however, what unites the tracks that I have chosen is the feature of having a two-vote counterpoint structure.
In fact, I think it is very useful, for those who want to undertake the study of polyphonic improvisation, to have at their disposal a large number of examples of counterpoint to two entries taken from classical literature.

The songs are organized in chronological order, crossing all musical periods: This second volume deals with the classical, romantic and modern period. Even those who do not have “polyphonic age” will be able to use this material to develop, in a pleasant way, reading at first sight, because the dictionaries of the two voices are quite easy and instinctive.

I greet you and I wish you so much joy and love in studying and playing this wonderful instrument that is the guitar.

Dario Lapenna

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