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Best Latin Songs
$12.75 - Book - HL699132 (includes TAB)
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17 great songs arranged for fingerstyle guitar: Bésame Mucho · Frenesí · The Girl from Ipanema · Granada · How Insensitive · Inolvidable · Malagueña · Perfidia · Summer Samba (So Nice) · Tico Tico · What a Diff'rence a Day Made · You Belong to My Heart · more. Pages: 64

South American Guitar Solos by Vincent Michael 
$17.50 - Book/CD Set 98093BCD (includes TAB)
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Through the centuries, South American music has developed from a combination of influences of many different cultures. Much of the traditional music has developed outside the cities, being passed from generation to generation by ear, and rarely found in written form. This collection of intermediate to advanced fingerstyle guitar interpretations reflect the author's adaptations of this traditional music from Argentina, Ecuador, and Paraguay, in a style which he describes as "a crossover between classic and flamenco." The solos are uniquely folkloric and employ techniques developed in the interior regions of Argentina and Ecuador, which are explained in the text. The pieces use standard tuning with a few exceptions. The accompanying CD presents performances of all of the pieces by the author. Overall Difficulty: Beginning-Intermediate. Pages: 48
Music of Latin America for Acoustic Guitar by Elias Barreiro 
$24.50 - Book/CD Set 97843BCD (includes TAB)
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This superb collection features 31 solo guitar settings of a colorful spectrum of music from Brazil, Venezuela, Columbia, Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Uruguay. The music is derived largely from 19th and 20th century piano literature. While many anonymously composed selections are included here, most of these tunes were written by professional musicians who happened to be pianists, band directors or arrangers. Typical of the period, some orchestral scores appears as piano reductions, which Professor Barreiro has also used as a source for his guitar transcriptions. All of these selections are presented in standard notation and tablature with historical and performance notes. A companion CD is included featuring 16 selections from the book performed by Barreiro. Overall Difficulty:  Intermediate. Pages: 128

Latin American Jazz for Fingerstyle Guitar by John Zaradin 
$17.50 - Book/CD Set 95556BCD (includes TAB)
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England's John Zaradin is a gifted performer both in jazz and in the field of classic guitar. He is especially knowledgeable in the wide and diverse world of Latin American guitar solo and rhythm styles. This book contains six solos based on the Rumba Rhythm (Mosaico de Rumbas) and six solos in the Bossa-Samba mode (Ambientes Brasileiras). Each solo is scored in both notation and tablature and reflects the vitality, rhythm, and improvisatory nature of this idiom. Overall Difficulty:  Intermediate. Pages: 56

The Complete Laurindo Almeida Anthology of Latin American Guitar Duets
$19.50 - Book 20116
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This collection presents guitar duets by Laurindo Almeida and musical friends plus related photographs of historical interest. Features Radames Gnattali, "Pixinguinho" (Alfredo da Rocha Viana Filho - "Father of the Samba"), Heitor Villa-Lobos, Charlie Byrd, Ernesto Nazareth, and "Garoto" (Anibal Augusto Sardinha). In addition to music from Brazil this collection addresses a variety of Latin American styles with arrangements of melodies from Venezuela, Cuba and Mexico. A piece by the American film composer, Stanley Wilson is introduced here for the first time. The collection ends with captivating duet arrangements of the haunting Intermezzo Melancólico by Manuel Maria Ponce and Tango Español by Isaac Albéniz. Overall Difficulty:  Intermediate-Advanced. Pages: 168.

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