The final volume in Frederick Noad’s Guitar Anthology series brings us up to the Romantic period, with works by Jose Ferrer, Napoleon Coste, Francisco Tarrega . The Romantic Guitar by Frederick M. Noad, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Like the other books in the series, the romantic guitar anthology is an . My first guitar books were Frederick Noad’s “Solo Guitar Playing” (book.
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Refresh and try again. To ask other readers questions about The Romantic Guitarplease sign up. For that reason, I like his “Repertoire” books — even if the pieces aren’t all especially interesting and the notes are sometimes a bit “meh”. Khoakhoa rated it really liked it Aug 23, Ben Jarrett rated it really liked it May 15, Overall I would say that he didn’t really have a great taste in picking out a musically ‘variety’ with the exception of the ‘gems’ and rarely known piecesbut from the educational standpoint he did a great job in creating a good starting point for repertoire, history, as well as techniques for the classical guitar and the respective eras.
The Romantic Guitar by Frederick Noad. He was a prof at Cal State Fullerton, and always added a little something in the way of background and performance notes.
Coffeemachtspass added it Dec 30, I feel a new thread about to emerge lol Forgot your login information? Want to Read saving…. Obregon, for example, is a guitar composer I haven’t fond anywhere, online or in books except in the Noad.
You can only learn so much from simply playing music; when you learn the purpose, structure, and elements found within almost any given piece, it makes it much more enjoyable to play and effective to the listener, especially if you share those bits of history with them. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Forum guitare classique – Forum chitarra classica – Foro guitarra clasica – Free sheet music for classical guitar – Delcamp.
Noad also states that Mertz was a great performer, but as a composer, not so great; Burn! The book contains pages and 99 pages are mostly short, cute and charming salon type music that noxd all self explanitory. Noad throws in personal views of the composers he published in the book saying that Coste was a student of Sor and giged with him.
Though all the pieces in the anthology are in the PD somewhere, some are hard to guiar, like a couple of Broca pieces, some are actually to my knowledge to be found elsewhere except in the Noad Romantic Anthology. Tiago marked it as to-read Nov 14, Any messages offering illegal material or links to sites that provide unauthorized, copyrighted material will be removed by the moderators. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
The music of Coste, Tarrega, Mertz and Madame Pratten who kept the guitar alive in the 19th century in the face of competition from the pianoforte.
BookDB marked it as to-read Nov 21, But if you like those little comments, fingering hints, and performance tips and if you can afford it go with Noad’s compilations. What I remember, before looking at it, was all the same ol’ Tarrega, Coste, Mertz, and Arcas pieces I have seen a million times on every guitar website out there.
Open Preview See a Problem? Description This anthology of solos, duets and songs, covering four centuries of composers for the guitar and lute family, from the first printed works of Luis Milan in to the culmination of the Romantic era, gives an historical and musical insight into each important period, and increases the basic repertory for teachers and amateurs.
Michael marked it as to-read Feb 28, The pieces are graded in difficulty, including pieces for beginners as well as others suitable for the concert stage.
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Of the Noad series it is the one I look at the least. Lists with This Book. Noad’s program notes are within the pages as usual, but noac pieces, IMHO, are not virtuosic concert works from the 19th century. Board index All times are UTC. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Paperbackpages.
If all you want is sheet music, you can get that online. That said I am glad I own it for the insights and info.
Other books in the Anthology: Gretchen marked it as to-read Aug 11, When I got mine the internet did not exist so it was worth it. Books by Frederick Noad.
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In the song list I see that it’s got Albeniz’ “Sevilla”, which could make it worth it all by itself. Vince marked it as to-read Dec 15, I have the other 3 in the anthology and have been “itching” to get the final 4th book “The Romantic Guitar” by Noad. I’m not at home at the moment so I haven’t got my or rather my employer’s copy of the book available but I don’t think there are much music in the book you can’t find cheaper somewhere else.