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Pumping Nylon – Classical Guitar Technique – All 3 Volumes

Pumping Nylon - Classical Guitar Technique - All 3 Volumes

 

Pumping Nylon: The Classical Guitarist’s Technique Handbook by Scott Tennant
PDF | © 1995 / 2006 Alfred Publishing | ISBN: 088284721X | 95 pages | 12 Mb

Scott Tennant, world-class classical guitarist and well-respected guitar eduactor, has brought together the most comprehensive technique handbook for the classical guitarist. In addition to technical information not available elsewhere, he has compiled selections from Giuliani’s 120 Right-Hand Studies; musical examples by Bach, Turina, Rodrigo and others; Tarrega arpeggio studies; and original compositions by Andrew York and Brian Head. Essential information and a great sense of humor are effectively combined in this best-selling book.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
How to Read Tablature
Some Do’s and Don’ts
About the Hands
About the Body
About Holding the Guitar-The Triangle
The Left Hand
Finger Placement and Accuracy
Pressure and Release
Pressure/Release Exercise
Finger Exchange
Ascending Slurs (Hammer-ons)
Descending Slurs (Pull-offs)
Finger Independence
#1
#2
#3 – Opposing Motion
#4 – Horizontal Character Builders
#5 – Odair’s Favorite Drill
#6 – “The Spider”
The Barre
Weight vs. Pressure
Being Selective
Summing It All Up
Quadrivial Quandary by Andrew York-A Four-Voice Study for the Left Hand
Fanfare by Brian Head-A Slur Study
The Right Hand
Tone Production
Nail Length and Shape
Nail Length
Nail Types
Shaping the Nails
Angle and Placement
Rest Stroke (Apoyando)
Position
The Movement
Planting
Pressure
Release
Free Stroke (Tirando)
Right-Hand Finger Independence
Walking
Arpeggios from Tarrega’s The Complete Technical Studies
The Thumb
Shaping the Nail
Develop That Thumb!
Flamenco Techniques
What Else Can the Thumb Do?
Soleares Falseta
Alzapua
Alzapua Falseta
Rasgueados
Some Practical Applications
from Turina’s Sevillana
from Turina’s R faga
from Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez, 2nd Movement
Daily Warm-Up Routine
Left-Hand Walking-#1, #2 & #3
Ascending Slurs-#4
Descending Slurs-#5
Triplets-#6
Fixed-Finger Exercises-#7 & #8
Right-Hand Walking-#9
Two-Finger Rasgueados-#10
Tremolo
Psychological Outlook
Exercises
Lopsided Tremolos
Chant by Brian Head: A Tremolo Study
Scales: Control and Velocity
Misconceptions about speed
Right-Hand Velocity
Synchronization
String Crossing
Piecing Things Together
Some Other Speed Aids
Rhythmic Variations
Speed Bursts
Problem Solving in Scales
Marking String Crossings
Evolution of a Scale
Scale Study-Double from the Courante, Partita No.1, BWV 1002, Johann Sebastian Bach
Arpeggios
Full Planting and Sequential Planting
Giuliani’s 120 Right-Hand Studies
Practicing Tips
Didactic Doodle by Andrew York
Afterword
Performance Anxiety
Practice
Inspiration

Pumping Nylon: Easy to Early Intermediate Repertoire
PDF | © 2006 Alfred Publishing | ISBN: 0882849204 | 63 pages | 13 Mb

The pieces in this book are selected and designed around the various techniques addressed in the best-selling book Pumping Nylon. They are offered as an extension of the excercises presented in that book, and to provide attractive and easy peices in which to apply the various techniques discussed.

New compositions by Andrew York and other contemporary composers are included as well as classic etudes by Tarrega, Carcassi, Giuliani and Sor. The pieces are helpful for developing arpeggios, tremolo, scale velocity and more

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Different Strokes (Tennant/Gunod)
Walking (Tennant/Gunod)
Opus 44, #6 (Fernando Sor)
Bit o’ Nostalgia (Scott Tennant)
Balancing Act (Scott Tennant)
Snowflight (Andrew York)
Crispin’s Spin (Omid Zoufonoun)
Estudio #2 (Francisco Tarrega)
Etude #19 (Matteo Carcassi)
Op. 35, #18 (Fernando Sor)
Sore Study (Sor/Tennant)
Opus 60, #18 (Fernando Sor)
Opus 60, #24 (Fernando Sor)
Malague a (arr. Tennant)
Etude #13 (Matteo Carcassi)
Etude #7 (Matteo Carcassi)
Little L ndler (Sk t Tennant)
Etude #2 (Matteo Carcassi)
Two Studies (Francisco Tarrega)
Estudio #12
Estudio #3
Etude #6 (Matteo Carcassi)
Etude #12 (Matteo Carcassi)
Opus 6, Studio 4 (Fernando Sor)
Opus 35, #19 (Fernando Sor)
Studio de Campanelas su unTema della “Folia” di M. de Fossa (Francisco Tarrega)
3 Pavans (Luis Milan)
Pavan #1
Pavan #2
Pavan #3
Opus 44, #8 (Fernando Sor)
Exercises in 3rds and 6ths (Mauro Giuliani)
Exercise in 3rds
Exercise in 6ths
Opus 35, #5 (Fernando Sor)
Slur Study (Mauro Giuliani)
Opus 31, Le on XV (Fernando Sor)
Opus 31, Le on XII (Fernando Sor)
A Pale View (David Pritchard)

Pumping Nylon: Intermediate to Advanced Repertoire
PDF | © 1999 Alfred Publishing | ISBN: 0739000748 | 64 pages | 13 Mb

The pieces in this book are selected and designed around the various techniques addressed in the best-selling book Pumping Nylon. They are offered as an extension of the excercises presented in that book, and to provide concert pieces in which to apply the various techniques discussed.

The emphasis here is technique-building repertoire appropriate for study and concert performance. New compositions included are by Adam del Monte, Joe Diorio, Brian Head and Carlos Rivera. Also included is the cadenza from Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez.

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