27 Jan There are so many threads at Delcamp concerning guitar methods and Frederick Noad’s “Solo Guitar Playing” is one of the most (if not the. Since its first printing in , Frederick Noad’s Solo Guitar Playing has been of solo guitar repertoire gleaned from the best-selling Frederick Noad Guitar. 1 Aug Available in: Multimedia Set. (Music Sales America). Express yourself through the beautiful voice of the solo guitar. Solo Guitar Playing can.
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Don Sansone rated it really liked it May 01, playinng To ask other readers questions about Solo Guitar Playingplease sign up. The later pieces, the ‘solo’ pieces are great, and I often substitute from THIS book rather then vise versa. The only short coming of the book is something playihg no book can overcome- having somebody beside you that knows what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong.
This is why I discontinued using it about 15 years ago. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Basic technique; Reading music, memorizing, and ear-training; Mastering the fingerboard; Building dexterity and speed; Developing tone color and musical phrasing; Position playing; Interpretation; and more. Trivia About Solo Guitar Playi This book is not yet featured on Listopia. BTW, this is a big Ramirezso you can see I have big hands and I still use the 4th finger approach.
Max Gaddis freeerick it it was amazing Aug 30, Steve McClure rated it it was amazing Freverick 22, The book is almost an all in one book, but at the same time so much material is introduced way too quickly. Frank Lopez rated it it was amazing Nov 27, Juliusgb rated it really liked it Nov 04, I think what Lare is referring to is using the fourth finger to fret notes even though the third finger could reach.
It was playint understandable explanations and logical progression that did it. Arthur Chang rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Solo Guitar Playing can teach even the person with no previous musical training how to progress from simple single-line melodies to mastery of the guitar as a solo instrument.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Robert Lamb rated it it was amazing Jun 12, Sep 01, Andrew rated it it was amazing Shelves: The pictures in the beginning are so bad with Noad shot at an angle so you can’t clearly see how his sitting position, and the woman in the next picture certainly has a hunched right shoulder, and appears to be leaning to the left Fantastic book for self study.
If you still want to use the “old” third finger approach, do what Ramsnake says and keep a gap between the 1st and second fingers. Ronald A Waldo rated it really liked it Mar 19, The fourth edition features revised and updated exercises and an expanded selection of solo guitar repertoire gleaned from the best-selling Frederick Noad Guitar Anthology.
Evaluations: Noad’s " -Solo Guitar Playing" – Vol 1 – Classical Guitar
Rick rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Johns rated it it was amazing Feb 26, Open Preview See a Problem? If they are working with a teacher or not, there is certainly a great amount of material in that book, and would be a great book if it weren’t for the major faults I find in the sequence and lack of explanations. Now, as a comparison, try flexing the fingers when the thumb is in its natural position, which is left of the first finger.
But then again, I have a feeling my teaching style is quite different from what Noad’s was, thus why I don’t use the book. David rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Stephen rated it really liked it Dec 25, Classical Guitar Skip to content. Personally, I have used just a portion of it–not enough to make a fair assessment, so I welcome those of you who have more experience to write your evaluation of it.
Solo Guitar Playing: Book 1 (with CD)
My biggest complaint is that it uses the left-hand 3rd finger approach instead of the 4th finger approach as established by Sor. What are the strong points? Who is online Users browsing this forum: From that perspective I can honestly say the Noad books represent the best teach-your-self material, in any field, I’ve come across.
Book 1 with CD by Frederick Noad. Ron rated it it was amazing Jul 04, For me the book was perfect, but for absolute beginners it may be a rather steep learning curve Refresh and try again. Paperbackpages. This has made me very guirar now as the book stays open wherever one wishes.
Cheers, geo bestposts method book. It makes the very short list with Parkenings book.
Duncan, Parkening, Waldron, and Sagreras are more my cup of tea. I like how he sequences the arpeggio patterns, working from simplest to complex, and only single direction arpeggios.
There is a refreshing trend away from the third finger approach, at least here in the US, because it encourages left-hand pronation a counter-clockwise guutar away from the neck. It seems my earlier one never made it to the forum. I can honestly say the Noad books represent the best teach-your-self material, in any field, I’ve come across. No registered users and fredrrick guests. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.