FJH Music The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method Lesson Book 3

 
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Guitar Lesson Book 3. Edited by Philip Groeber, David Hoge, Rey Sanchez, and Leo Welch. Methods. The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method. Instructional and Method. Instructional book. With standard notation and chord names. 47 pages. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.G1034). The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method is a carefully graded course designed to instruct the modern guitarist to be proficient in solo playing, chord accompaniment, and chord-melody style. The FJH Young Beginner, Lesson Book 3 includes the following features: Complete chords are learned through chord names, guitar frames, and standard notation. The student is encouraged to strum chords as an accompaniment to the soloist.; The student learns several popular guitar techniques (hammer-ons, pull-offs, and palm mute), as well as notation in second position.; Several advanced solo styles are introduced.; This book is equally adaptable to pick-style or classical technique.; The songs and pieces in this book are suitable for public performance. About FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method is a well-conceived, graded guitar method designed especially for the younger beginner. Presenting one concept at a time, the method engages students with lively songs instead of exercises. Both teacher and student will enjoy the arrangements right from the beginning! The FJH Young Beginner Guitar Method addresses the National Standards for Arts Education.Available in three levels./p

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