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Voggenreiter Besser Gitarre spielen - 10 Minute...
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Hol das Meiste aus deiner Übungszeit heraus! Wie oft sollte ich üben? Was sollte ich üben? Diese beiden Fragen stellen Gitarrenschüler am häufigsten. Hier findest du die Antwort: kurze und effiziente Übungen, mit denen jeder Gitarrenschüler seine Übungszeit optimal nutzen und in kurzer Zeit erstaunliche Fortschritte erzielen kann. Dieses Buch verdankt die Fülle seiner Übungen der jahrzehntelangen Erfahrung des Autors als Gitarrenlehrer. Den Schwerpunkt bilden Übungen für rechte und linke Hand und flüssiges, müheloses Spiel. Mit Hilfe der einzigartigen "Workout"-Abteilung entwickelst du eigene, perfekt auf dich zugeschnittene Übungen – und passt ihren Schwierigkeitsgrad selbst an deine Fortschritte an! Und mit der praktischen Grifftabelle und der Tonleiter-Übersicht hast du dein komplettes Übungsmaterial immer griffbereit. Ob du ein Anfänger auf der Suche nach weiterführender Lektüre bist oder ein fortgeschrittener Gitarrist, der sein Spiel verbessern möchte: Mit nur 10 Minuten dieser Übungen werden sich die ersten echten Fortschritte innerhalb weniger Wochen einstellen. Über den Autor: Phil Capone (GDLM, LGSM) hat am Newcastle College und an der angesehenen Guildhall School of Music in London studiert. Er ist als Solomusiker und mit seiner Band eine feste Größe der Londoner Musikszene. Neben seiner Lehrtätigkeit am Contemporary Institute of Music Performance in London schreibt er regelmäßig für Total Guitar Magazine und Guitar Techniques. Er ist der Autor der Komplettkurse Gitarre, Bass, Fingerpicking und Ukulele. · ISBN: 978-3802410536 · Instrument: Gitarre · Autor: Phil Capone · Sprache: Deutsch · Schwierigkeitsgrad: leicht · Bindung: Spiralbindung · Format: 190 x 232 mm · Seitenanzahl: 224 · Hardcover · inkl.: Lehrbuch

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Wild Thing: The Short, Spellbinding Life of Jim...
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A shattering new biography of rock music's most outrageous—and tragic—genius. Over fifty years after his death, Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) is celebrated as the greatest rock guitarist of all time. But before he was setting guitars and the world aflame, James Marshall Hendrix was a shy kid in Seattle, plucking at a broken ukulele and in fear of a father who would hit him for playing left-handed. Bringing Jimi's story to vivid life against the backdrop of midcentury rock, and with a wealth of new information, acclaimed music biographer Philip Norman delivers a captivating and definitive portrait of a musical legend. Drawing from unprecedented access to Jimi's brother, Leon Hendrix, who provides disturbing details about their childhood, as well as Kathy Etchingham and Linda Keith, the two women who played vital roles in Jimi's rise to stardom, Norman traces Jimi's life from playing in clubs on the segregated Chitlin' Circuit, where he encountered daily racism, to barely surviving in New York's Greenwich Village, where was taken up by the Animals' bass player Chas Chandler in 1966 and exported to Swinging London and international stardom. For four staggering years, from 1966 to 1970, Jimi totally rewrote the rules of rock stardom, notably at Monterey and Woodstock (where he played his protest-infused rendition of the "Star-Spangled Banner”), while becoming the highest-paid musician of his day. But it all abruptly ended in the shabby basement of a London hotel with Jimi's too-early death. With remarkable detail, Wild Thing finally reveals the truth behind this long-shrouded tragedy. Norman's exhaustive research reveals a young man who was as shy and polite in private as he was outrageous in public, whose insecurity about his singing voice could never be allayed by his instrumental genius, and whose unavailing efforts to please his father left him searching for the family he felt he never truly had. Filled with insights into the greatest moments in rock history, Wild Thing is a mesmerizing account of music's most enduring and endearing figures.

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Wild Thing: The Short, Spellbinding Life of Jim...
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A shattering new biography of rock music's most outrageous—and tragic—genius. Over fifty years after his death, Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) is celebrated as the greatest rock guitarist of all time. But before he was setting guitars and the world aflame, James Marshall Hendrix was a shy kid in Seattle, plucking at a broken ukulele and in fear of a father who would hit him for playing left-handed. Bringing Jimi's story to vivid life against the backdrop of midcentury rock, and with a wealth of new information, acclaimed music biographer Philip Norman delivers a captivating and definitive portrait of a musical legend. Drawing from unprecedented access to Jimi's brother, Leon Hendrix, who provides disturbing details about their childhood, as well as Kathy Etchingham and Linda Keith, the two women who played vital roles in Jimi's rise to stardom, Norman traces Jimi's life from playing in clubs on the segregated Chitlin' Circuit, where he encountered daily racism, to barely surviving in New York's Greenwich Village, where was taken up by the Animals' bass player Chas Chandler in 1966 and exported to Swinging London and international stardom. For four staggering years, from 1966 to 1970, Jimi totally rewrote the rules of rock stardom, notably at Monterey and Woodstock (where he played his protest-infused rendition of the "Star-Spangled Banner”), while becoming the highest-paid musician of his day. But it all abruptly ended in the shabby basement of a London hotel with Jimi's too-early death. With remarkable detail, Wild Thing finally reveals the truth behind this long-shrouded tragedy. Norman's exhaustive research reveals a young man who was as shy and polite in private as he was outrageous in public, whose insecurity about his singing voice could never be allayed by his instrumental genius, and whose unavailing efforts to please his father left him searching for the family he felt he never truly had. Filled with insights into the greatest moments in rock history, Wild Thing is a mesmerizing account of music's most enduring and endearing figures.

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The Talbot Brothers of Bermuda
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Talbot Brothers were a musical group based in Bermuda that were among the most popular calypso performers of the 1950s. They were brothers Archie (lead singer, acoustic guitar, harmonica), Austin (acoustic guitar, harmonica), Bryan, a.k.a. "Dick" (tipple, a large, 10-stringed ukulele), Ross, a.k.a. "Blackie" (electric guitar) and Roy Talbot (bass), and their cousin Cromwell "Mandy" Mandres (accordion).The Talbots were the first of Bermuda''s many notable singing groups. They performed a variation of Trinidadian calypso in a smooth melodic style influenced by popular music. They performed and recorded cover versions of calypso classics in addition to many of their own originals.

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