Scottish Classical Guitar Collection Volume 1 Released By GMI

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Jamie Akers Classical Guitarist

Hot on the heels of the first classical guitar publication release by GMI – Guitar & Music Institute “Italian Theorbo Music” a second classical guitar book has also been created by virtuoso guitarist James Akers and is now available to buy.

The New Works In GMI’s Latest Classical Guitar Book

Scottish Romantic Guitar is a collection of intermediate and advanced pieces for classical guitar by leading composers of the 19th century, inspired by Scotland. While these pieces have previously been available from different sources, they are compiled here for the first time, in corrected editions, in one convenient volume.

A short example from the book


Highlights include, Mauro Giuliani’s beautiful settings of six favourite Scottish songs; Fernando Sor’s masterful ‘Variations on Ye Banks and Braes’ and Johan Kaspar Mertz’s dramatic evocation of the landscape of the Outer Hebrides, ‘Fingal’s Cave.’
This  collection offers the guitarist a unique source of unfamiliar yet accessible repertoire that is both challenging and rewarding to play and which will appeal to any audience.

Scottish Classical Guitar Collection
The Scottish Classical Guitar Collection by James Akers is available in wire bound format as well as non wire bound and Kindle versions from Amazon and all good online retailers.

PURCHASE OPTIONS

  1. You can purchase a low cost review PDF by Fernando Sor which is immediately downloadable on payment from the gmiguitarshop. Click on PREVIEW CLASSICAL GUITAR PIECE.

2. The book can be bought with as a printed flat lie metal spine as shown above by clicking Scottish Classical Guitar Collection Volume 1 Flat Lie version.

3. You can purchase a printed copy or Kindle version direct from Amazon by clicking Classical Guitar Collection Volume 1 on Amazon.

If you do purchase a copy from Amazon and enjoy the works then please, if you can, leave a positive review for others to consider.

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