Solo Guitar Playing has ratings and 3 reviews. Lance said: I recommend this one for any student of the instrument, beginning through intermediate, no. also Solo Guitar Playing Books 1 & 2 [FN52 & FN70] repertoire CDs along with Frederick Noad’s Memorial CD [FN 50] is now available in MP3 format and can. Available in: Multimedia Set. (Music Sales America). Express yourself through the beautiful voice of the solo guitar. Solo Guitar Playing can.

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Frank Lopez rated it it was amazing Nov 27, If you keep at it, you will learn it.

This is why I discontinued using it about 15 years ago. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. One thing I don’t like is some of the edits he makes to pieces. Solo Noaf Playing — Book 1, 4th Edition. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Also, I think there is a big void as far as “teach yourself” methods go, as none of them are really good or intended for that.

Instead guitsr set examples that only deal with the position in question, he frdeerick right to shifting positions, this is where supplemental material would be needed if I used it. To ask other readers questions about Solo Guitar Playingplease sign up. So my first comment would be that Noad’s explanations are clear and understandable. Noad gives lots of examples dealing with most of the subject matter in vook book.


You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Are supplementary materials needed and, if so, what are some recommendations? This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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My biggest complaint is that it uses the left-hand 3rd finger approach instead of the 4th finger approach plxying established by Sor. This book is a challenge. If you still want to use the “old” third finger approach, do what Ramsnake says and keep a gap between the 1st and second fingers.

The later pieces, the ‘solo’ pieces are great, and I often substitute from THIS book rather then vise versa. Yunxiao rated it really liked it Jul 23, Jonathan rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Personally, I have used just a portion of it–not enough to make a fair assessment, so I welcome those of you who have more experience to write your evaluation of it.

I also supplement material for developing technique from Richard Provost’s technique series.

Brian Ralph rated it it was amazing Feb 13, You might need to keep the thumb behind the second finger as well, which is contrary to current pedagogical thought see Joseph Urshalmi, “A Concious Approach to Guitar Technique”, Mel Bay, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There should be no added resistance. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.


At least it was for me.

Evaluations: Noad’s &quot -Solo Guitar Playing&quot – Vol 1 – Classical Guitar

Now, as a comparison, try flexing the fingers when the thumb is in its natural position, which is left of the first finger. Any comments on thumb placement vis a vis orientation to the neck and hand. Chester rated it really liked it Nov 25, An edition with accompanying CD came out later, but with internet videos, that’s obsolete.

I recommend this one for any student of the instrument, beginning through intermediate, not just Classical noac.

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I hope I didn’t double-post. Book 1 with CD by Frederick Noad.

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