Digital Back Catalogue Now Available
We are continuing to make our back catalogue available for digital download via PayPal. The aim is to get 6 issues per month (Discount available for buying all 6) digitised and up on the site as PDF's. This is a wonderful opportunity to obtain out of print Classical Guitar Magazine issues to complete your collection.
Classical Guitar Magazine March 2014
The latest issue features:
Tomatito, Soy Flamenco – by Thérèse Wassily Saba
European Festival Review, (Part Two) – by Guy Traviss
Making a Living as a Classical Guitarist, No.29 – Celia Linde – by Lawrence del Casale
Views from Everywhere – Compiled by Thérèse Wassily Saba
36th Guitar Course/Festival, Chateau de Ligoure – by Chris Chilcott
Music Matters, New music, do we really like it? – by Guy Traviss
Obituary – Philip Rosheger (1950–2013)
Music Supplement, Allegro in Re
Momentito – by Graham Wade
Rincon Flamenco No.71: Reviews – by Paul Magnussen
Also featuring the regular articles:
Editorial, Classical Guitar News, Events, Festivals and Competitions, Concert Diary, Gruppetto, Music Supplement, Book Review, Private CD Releases, Music Reviews, CD Reviews, Concert Reviews, DVD Reviews, Letters to the Editor and Classical Guitar Teachers and Societies.
Featured Book: The Complete Works of Agustin Barrios Mangore Volume 2
Volume 2 of this landmark publication includes 65 original compositions in standard notation plus a unique CD featuring Barrios himself playing 21original works including: Danza Paraguaya, La Catedral, Un Sueño en la Floresta, Maxixe, Tarantella, Aire Popular Paraguayo and many more! In addition to the music, 82 pages of exhaustive Critical Notes shed light on the Barrios catalogue making this the definitive anthology of his work. More reliable, comprehensive and articulate than any previously published edition, this new Mel Bay Publications compilation (524 pages in all) will make the entire world of Barrios more accessible.
Author: Agustin Barrios Mangore
Duration: 264 pages
Featured CD: David Russell plays Antonio Lauro
On this outstanding recording, David Russell plays the most famous guitar solo works of Antonio Lauro. This is the definitive recording of Antonio Lauro's delightful music and is a must for any serious classical guitar lover. Titles are: 'La Negra', 'Carora', 'Maria Luisa', 'Angostura', 'El Marabino', 'Suite Venezolana', 'Sonata', 'Vals Venezolano' (Nos. 1-4), 'Pavana', 'Seis por Derecho'.
Author: David Russell
Featured DVD: Classical Guitar and Beyond
In this live studio performance DVD, classical guitar educator, concert artist and founding Los Angeles Guitar Quartet member William Kanengiser offers an in-depth look at two facets of his musical interests through a repertoire of classical and modern masterpieces. Throughout, William demonstrates the effortless technique and thoughtful interpretation that have kept him at the forefront of the classic guitar world for more than two decades. In exclusive bonus tracks, St. Louis radio personality John Clayton provides a thoughtful and informative artist interview, and William Kanengiser makes his debut as an actor and comedian in a hilarious celebrity roast of 20th century guitar icons.
Author: William Kanengiser