Peter Wernick. Guide complet des styles de Bluegrass à trois doigts. Sont inclus 45 arrangements en tablature, de niveau élémentaire à niveau avancé. « Hautement recommandé, sans aucune réserve », The Banjo Newsletter.
Inclus ces titres:
All The Good Times Are Past And Gone Armadillo Breakdown (First Break) Armadillo Breakdown (Second Break) Ballad Of Jed Clampett Banks Of The Ohio Barrel Of Fun Buffalo Girls Cedar Hill Chromania Cripple Creek Dark Hollow Devil's Dream Go Tell Aunt Rhody Huckling The Berries In My Mind To Ramble Jesse James John Hardy John Henry Kentucky Bullfight Little Birdie Little Maggie Lonesome Road Blues Mountain Dew November Cotillion Oh! Susanna Old Joe Clark Orange Mountain Special Parson's Duck Pow Wow The Indian Boy Rabbit In The Log Red River Valley Sailor's Hornpipe Salt Creek (Salt River) She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain Six Mile Creek Skip To My Lou Tequila Mockingbird The Banks Of The Ohio Tom Dooley When The Saints Go Marching In Will The Circle Be Unbroken Will The Circle Be Unbroken? Worried Man
Détails sur le produit
Partition: 144 pages
Editeur : Music Sales; Édition : Pap/Dskt (1 janvier 1992)
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Amazon.com:4.0 étoiles sur 5 13 commentaires
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Great to start with.13 août 2001
Par canoekayak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Tried a few books, then started working through Wernick's. Starts simple and builds up with more complex patterns and fingerings. Though originally I tired of the same few songs being repeated using new concepts, I now appreciate it as I get better at accentuating the melody within the picking. The other books I tried progressed too slow, and the Skruggs book was a little too sink or swim for me and just didn't flow well for a beginner. After finishing up through the intermediary section of Wernick's, I'm flying through the Skruggs book. Basically, I use Wernick's for study, and Skrugg's for songs. The CD is great if your not taking lessons at the same time, since you definetly need to pay attention to the timing and sounds of your rolls, pull offs, hammer ons and slides. The songs on the CD are a little too fast for the beginner to play along with, but they give you an idea where your heading.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5Great Book; Useless CD27 mars 2003
Par surfandsand - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a great book but you should be aware of a few issues. First of all, the CD that comes with the book was obviously an afterthought. It only has a few simple lesson excerpts on it along with a few dazzling banjo performances and is basically useless. Second, the tab is written is a non-standard format whereby the numbers are written between the lines not on the lines. This may seem to be a minor point but is quite frustrating for me. That said, the book contains some great tunes to work through. Additionally, there are some really interesting essays in the back which banjo players will find fascinating. This book has stayed in print quite a long time which is testimony to its timeless quality.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Great Place to Start29 juin 2006
Par Gary Popovich - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought my first banjo in a music store in Northampton, MA back in 1976 (a Harmony, complete with plastic resonator!). Given the choice between a Mel Bay primer and this book, I opted for the latter and am glad I did. Pete covers the basic techniques in an easy to understand manner, and takes a very encouraging tone in the way he presents the material. No one book can cover every aspect of playing, but this one gives the aspiring player a good first look at how to play bluegrass banjo. Pay attention to what Pete says about synchopation - it's really important!
Once you get comfortable with the techniques presented in this book, I'd suggest getting the Scruggs book, a copy of "Foggy Mountain Banjo," and really have at it!
5.0 étoiles sur 5Classic17 mai 2014
Par Dr H - Publié sur Amazon.com
One of the classic method books for bluegrass banjo, by one of it's classic players. Easy to follow progressive lessons, interspersed with plenty of tunes from the literature. This is one of the first banjo method books I used, and I had long since lost my original copy of it. I was pleased to be able to find a new copy for nearly the same price I paid originally.
4.0 étoiles sur 5Great book! CD could be better.27 juin 2013
Par Gary Reno - Publié sur Amazon.com
The best thing about this book is it teaches you how to pick out a meledy and build a banjo break around it.