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Easy Baroque Pieces For Classical Guitar
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Easy Baroque Pieces For Classical Guitar

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Desc Bk/Cd Am1000494
Arranger Jerry Willard
Publisher Music Sales Corp
Catalog # 14037634

Price: $17.99

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Product Description

Easy Baroque Pieces For Classical Guitar Arranged by Jerry Willard. For Guitar Folio. Published by Music Sales Corp. (Catalog # 14037634, UPC: 752187004943)

Easy Baroque Pieces for Classical Guitar is an outstanding introduction for the beginner to intermediate guitarist to the music of the Baroque. The Baroque period of music flourished in Europe from 1600 to 1750, and is represented by a singleness of mood and gesture, rhythmic continuity, polyphonic texture, and melodic ornamentation. Jerry Willard explains the intricacies of Baroque ornamentation (including trills, mordents, and notes inégale) in an easy-to-understand way, and performs each piece on the accompanying audio CD. Includes: Aria (from the Anna Magdelena Notebook)(J.S. Bach) · Bourrée in A Minor (theme, from the Second Violin Partita) (J.S. Bach) · Largo (Arcangelo Corelli) · The Harmonious Blacksmith (George Frideric Handel) · Canon (Johann Pachelbel) · Minuet (Henry Purcell) · Gavotte (Giovanni Zamboni) · and more.

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