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Fingerpicking Styles For Guitar

Fingerpicking Styles For Guitar

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Composer Happy Traum
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 14033954
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Fingerpicking Styles For Guitar Composed by Happy Traum. For Guitar. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 14033954, UPC: 884088328924)

This celebratory collection gathers the very best in music, instruction and kn owledge from two previous titles, Fingerpicking Styles for Guitar and Traditio nal and Contemporary Guitar Fingerpicking Styles to commemorate 40 years since their original publication. Happy Traum's landmark transcriptions represent t he music and art of twenty-two musicians from the mountains of Virginia, the P iedmont of North Carolina, the coal-mining country of Kentucky, as well as pla ces as far-reaching as England, the Bahamas and Africa. Every song is presente d in notation and tab, alongside biographical information about the artist, pl us any hints and tips that will help you achieve a more authentic performance. The book begins with a detailed guide to fingerpicking technique, giving you all the information
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