There was a second recommendation for the his particular piece, so I will seek it out. Thanks.
I have actually ordered Noad’s Book 1. I will work through that and look forward to attempting Packington’s Pound. Thank you for the recommendation.
Hi...I tried the link and it just takes me to a search page on Google. I’m curious what you are referring to.JohnW400 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 9:02 pmI bought this book decades ago and it has a lot of well edited pieces that are of varying difficulty. Mostly short pieces and some very well known ones too. It starts off in the baroque and ends with a few 20th century pieces
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Rasputin wrote: ↑Fri Jun 29, 2018 2:16 amWhenever I've bought one of these anthologies I've found there are some pieces in there that I like, some I am not that keen on. Inevitable really. My approach would be to pick up a few of them (they're not that expensive, and if you use a tablet to read music there doesn't have to be a lot of clutter) and use them for sight reading practice. That gives you enough of an idea to know which you like, and you can then single those ones out and work on them. There are recordings out there of pieces that are at an intermediate level, but obviously if you are listening to stuff like La Catedral (and I definitely second that recommendation) playing it yourself is a long way down the guitar journey.