Categoría: Historical studies related to the guitar

- Form in Paul Simon’s music

- Improvisation and learning processes in organizations: A metaphor applying the brazilian rhythm choro

- The Impact of Anatolian Music on Classical Guitar Repertoire

- The Confluence of jazz and classical music from 1950 to 1970

- Form in Paul Simon’s music

- Francois Campion’s alternate tunings

- Instrumental Music in Europe: 1520-1640

- Music in the new world

- Melody and accompaniment

- The Alfonsine Encyclopaedia of music

- The rules of musical interpretation in baroque era

- Domenico Scarlatti A contribution to our understanding of his sonatas through performance and research

- Selected Works of Craig H. Russell

- Two-part didactic music in printed Italian collections of the Renaissance and Baroque (1521-1744)

- Musical Style and Performance in California Mission Life

- An Investigation Into Arcangelo Corelli’s Influence On Eighteenth-Century Spain

- Fray Juan Bautista Sancho: Tracing the origins of california first composer

- The “Guerra manuscript” (c1680) and the rise of solo song in Spain

- The “Californios” Historic Culture Preservation

- Emergent harmony in a discordant land: The creolization of music in the eighteenth-century tidewater

- Female guitarrist in modern music

- The african american experiences in Appalachia

- Breaking down bluegrass:The invention of a genre from ballads to banjo to Bill Monroe

- The national-dobro guitar company: how the resonator guitar survived the age of electric amplification

- Music in Quebec 1608-1970

- The scottish contribution to the 18th-century wire-strung guitar

- The decline of improvisation in western art music

- History of Choro

- Music in Spain in the 1670s through the eyes of Sébastien Chièze and Constantijn Huygens

- Brazilian music and social consciousness

- The Airs de cour: The French Ornaments

- Improvisation in sixteenth-century Italy:Lessons from rethoric and jazz

- Ornamentation in spanish renaissance vocal music

- The form of the preludes to bach´s unaccompanied cello suites

- Carlo Milanuzzi’s Quarto Scherzo and the Climate of Venetian Popular Music in the 1620

- House music for recusants in Elizabethan England: performance practice in the music collection of Edward Paston (1550-1630)

- The rise and fall of the hillbilly music: A History, 1922-1939