Editora: Hal Leonard out
Autor/Artista: William Leavitt
Formato: Livro / 424 Páginas
PRAZO DA ENCOMENDA: 97 DIA(S)
Método desenvolvido pela Berklee College of Music. Agora os guitarristas podem ter todos os três volumes deste método clássico de guitarra em um livro! Criado por demanda popular, esta nova edição do método usado como texto básico para o renomado programa Berklee College of Music é uma compilação completa dos volumes originais 1, 2 e 3. Solos inovadores, duetos e exercícios progressivos ensinam melodia, harmonia e ritmo.
The William Leavitt guitar method, used as the basic text for the Berklee College of Music guitar program, has stood the test of time and earned a vast and loyal following of dedicated guitar students and instructors. By popular demand, Berklee Press has created a compilation of the original volumes 1, 2, and 3. Now, serious guitar students and instructors, from beginning through advanced, have the convenience of progressing through all three volumes of this classic guitar method in one comprehensive book. Innovative solos, duets, and exercises progressively teach melody, harmony, and rhythm.
Volume 1 - A beginning-level book presenting a comprehensive range of guitar and music fundamentals, including:
.chord and arpeggio studies
.special exercises for both hands
.a unique approach to voice leading using moveable chord forms
Volume 2 - An intermediate level book that continues and builds upon the study of melody, scales, arpeggios, and chords, covering the entire fingerboard. This volume also addresses:
Volume 3 - A continuation and expansion of topics presented in volumes 1 and 2. Includes advanced techniques relating to scales, arpeggios, rhythm-guitar, chord/scale relationships, chord construction, chord voicings, and playing tips.
"These books will always feature in my "all time best" list. All three books should be in every guitarist's bookshelf - in my case they became a musical bible that I will surely use my whole life. To me this is the best overall guitar method I have come across."