» » Beginning Folk Guitar

Beginning Folk Guitar ePub download

by Jerry Silverman

  • Author: Jerry Silverman
  • ISBN: 0825600154
  • ISBN13: 978-0825600159
  • ePub: 1316 kb | FB2: 1904 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Oak Archives (June 1, 1964)
  • Pages: 96
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 913
  • Format: azw lrf mobi azw
Beginning Folk Guitar ePub download

Beginning the Folk Guitar: A Tutorial - Jerry Silverman. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.

Beginning the Folk Guitar: A Tutorial - Jerry Silverman. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.

Jerry Silverman (born 1931) is an American folksinger, guitar teacher and author of music books. He has had over 200 books published, which have sold in the millions, including folk song collections, anthologies and method books for the guitar, banjo and fiddle. He has taught guitar to hundreds of students. He has presented concerts and lectures at schools, universities and concert halls in the .

Folksinger, author, and guitar instructor Jerry Silverman (b. 1931) recorded this instructional album in 1964. Adapting his book on folk blues for audio record, Silverman, playing acoustical guitar, provides a musical answer to the question What is blues? in the opening track. Several tracks, such as Another Blues Strum and Walking Bass and Boogie Woogie, use samples from blues guitar pioneers such as Josh White and Lead Belly to illustrate different approaches to playing the blues guitar

Beginning Folk Guitar book.

Beginning Folk Guitar book. Details (if other): Cancel.

Chord Diagrams and Chords (D-A7) Hush, Little Baby. Bass-Chord Thumb Strum: Putting on the Style (D-G-A7) Banks of the Ohio, (A-D-E7) Bile them Cabbage Down. Basic Right Hand Finger Strum Exercise, (E minor-A minor) Oh Sinner Man. Three-Quarter Time: I Never Will Marry. Alternating Bass: (Key of G) I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago,(Key of E) The Fox,(Key of C) Billy Barlow. A Fast "Banjo" Strum: Viva La Quince Brigada. Bass Runs : see notes for songs. Arpeggios: The Cruel War; Katinsha, (D minor-C7-B flat) Henry Martin. This is a new, unopened CD in its.

The classic instruction manual for the beginner including chapters on Tablature, Basic Right- and Left-Hand techniques, Alternating Bass, Arpeggios, Bass Runs, Transposition, and much more. Over 45 songs complete with melody, chords, and accompaniment.

Get the guaranteed best price on Guitar Method Books like the Oak Beginning Folk Guitar Music Sales .

Get the guaranteed best price on Guitar Method Books like the Oak Beginning Folk Guitar Music Sales America Series Softcover Written by Jerry Silverman at Music123.

Based on famous blues songs, this is the best beginning blues book in print. Complete lyrics are given to all the songs, and the text is enlivened by photographs throughout.

113 american Folk Blues). You Can Teach Yourself Folk Singing Guitar Guitar Mel Bay. For voice, piano and guitar. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc Textbook Folk. By Jerry Silverman. For Guitar (Fingerpicking).

More By Jerry Silverman. See All. Folksinger's Guitar Guide, Vol. 2: An Instruction Record. The Flat-Picker's Guitar Guide - An Advanced Instruction Record.

The classic instruction manual for the beginner including chapters on Tablature, Basic Right- and Left-Hand techniques, Alternating Bass, Arpeggios, Bass Runs, Transposition, and much more. Over 45 songs complete with melody, chords, and accompaniment. Includes: Banks of the Ohio Oh, Sinner Man Buffalo Girls Erie Canal Frankie and Johnny Careless Love
Steelrunner
I purchased this, admittedly old, book for a friend getting into folk guitar. It came in a quick time and packaged well. The content of the book is wonderful, just a bit dated. It contains many folk songs that I had never even heard of. I does however provide a nice approach to learning the guitar. The tabs are written different than what is widely used today where the number rests on the line, instead, in this book, the number rests above the line which was a bit confusing for even me a seventh year player to read. It comes with an old record that presumably has the tracks on it to practice, I didn't get a chance to listen to it as I don't have a record player.

The approach used in this book is quite good, and it will allow you to play several folk songs just by learning the I, IV, and V chords. It does a very good job at present the material in a linear building way that wont agitate and discourage the beginner.
Phalaken
I lost my own copy somehow and was glad I found a replacement for it. It's a great manual for beginners.
Precious
I rated only average because the book is rather old (1960's or 1970's). Did help to understand a little more about guitar playing but I believe there are better products available.
Thordibandis
I bought my first guitar with my paper-route money in 1968, when I was 11. I bought a couple of instruction books, which were not especially helpful, and I nearly gave up. I was getting nowhere on the guitar. The next Christmas, my mom gave me Jerry Silverman's book, and suddenly I was on my way. The secret was that Silverman immediately started you playing simple folk songs that you probably already knew very well. You didn't have to start with a lot of theory; you were playing actual songs right away, and you could sing them and accompany yourself. It gave me a huge feeling of real accomplishment.

That's not to say he slighted theory, however. For example, his chapter on transposition was clear and easy to understand. I picked up the concept immediately.

I moved on pretty quickly to electric guitar and to other styles, but it was this book that gave me the grounding to do everything I've done since on the guitar. So thanks Jerry. I've been playing for over 45 years, and it's fair to say I owe it to you (and to my mom). It's no exaggeration to say that this book changed my life.
E-Books Related to Beginning Folk Guitar: