books for beginners

Carulli

books for beginners

Message par Carulli » lun. 07 juillet 2008, 14:22

I have (and want) no teacher. Do you know good books for selftaught?
Maybe with some easy and nice playing stuff.

Fanny

Re: books for beginners

Message par Fanny » lun. 07 juillet 2008, 19:50

Hello,

For what level are you looking for ? First Year ?

Carulli

Re: books for beginners

Message par Carulli » lun. 07 juillet 2008, 20:02

Fanny a écrit :Hello,

For what level are you looking for ? First Year ?
I'm playing since 2007 about an half hour per day.
The peaces should`nt be harder then lets say Greensleaves.

Fanny

Re: books for beginners

Message par Fanny » lun. 07 juillet 2008, 20:18

Have you tried to work with the book-pdf made by J.F Delcamp ?
There is one for each level. You can listen the mp3 made by the members of the Forums.

LanceFortune

Re: books for beginners

Message par LanceFortune » mar. 08 juillet 2008, 20:27

Fanny a écrit :Have you tried to work with the book-pdf made by J.F Delcamp ?
There is one for each level. You can listen the mp3 made by the members of the Forums.
I can only second that suggestion, Fanny ! :ouioui:

Maglor

Re: books for beginners

Message par Maglor » ven. 18 juillet 2008, 06:02

Hi! you can try with Julio Sagreras "Primeras Lecciones" and some studies by Sor, Carulli and Giuliani.

Greetings!

Maglor.

Comtessedebergerac

Re: books for beginners

Message par Comtessedebergerac » ven. 18 juillet 2008, 13:48

If I were you, I would look for Aaron Shearer's Learning the classical guitar vol 1 & 2

good luck

Count

Re: books for beginners

Message par Count » ven. 18 juillet 2008, 17:12

I suggested the Noad series in your post in the Italian forum.

lapdog

Re: books for beginners

Message par lapdog » mar. 25 novembre 2008, 13:11

Charles Duncan also has a useful method for beginners (3 volumes).

palon

Re: books for beginners

Message par palon » sam. 29 novembre 2008, 22:50

I suggest Carulli 14 sonatine facili :bye:

nickcooperoakham

Re: books for beginners

Message par nickcooperoakham » mer. 22 avril 2009, 22:50

I've started with Noad's First Book of the Guitar (will move on to his other books after that). I'm well impressed so far but I wish it had an accompanying video to make some of the information clearer. If I need something clarifying I've found my own videos/photos with google to study. I'm considering getting a teacher but not sure if I can afford that regularly at the moment. Perhaps a lesson now and then just to see if I'm making any major mistakes?

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