Categoría: Jazz / Blues guitar

- Creating an improviser ‘s system for jazz standards on the classical guitar

- Identification and analysis of Wes Montgomery’s solo phrases used in ‘West Coast Blues’

- Strategies in jazz guitar improvisation

- Melodic improvisation on a twelve bar blues model : an investigation of physical and historical aspects and their contribution to performance

- The Role of the Jazz Guitarist in Adapting to the Jazz Trio , the Jazz Quartet, and the Jazz Quintet

- The assimilation of jazz aesthetics in the work of post 1970′s electric guitarist composers

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

- Strategies in jazz guitar improvisation

- The assimilation of jazz aesthetics in the work of post 1970′s electric guitarist composers

- Strategies in jazz guitar improvisation

- The Role of the Jazz Guitarist in Adapting to the Jazz Trio , the Jazz Quartet, and the Jazz Quintet

- Imitation, assimilation and innovation : Charlie Christian’s influence on Wes Montgomery’s improvisational style in his early recordings (1957-1960)

- Blues improvisation recources. Analysis and applications in clinical improvisation

- Modeling Embellishment, Duration and Energy Expressive Transformations in Jazz Guitar

- The art of picking

- Blues Origins: Spanish Fandango and Sebastopol

- Sylvester Weaver: The First Blues Guitarist on Record

- Jazz guitar improvisation:Beguining with guide-notes

- Wes Montgomery-Round midnight: Expressions and interpretations

- Little Dots:A study of melodies of the guitarist Frank Zappa

- Jazz guitar, the history, the players

- Pat Metheny:Composing to exploit the sound of guitar

- Intuition and fretboard intimacy:approaching improvisation on the guitar (jazz,blues,rock)

- Aspects of interpretation and improvisation in the performance of brazilian guitar music

- The genius of Joe Pass (1929-1994)