Categoría: Methods and pedagogy

- The development and validation of an instrument for measuring the music sight-reading skills of classical guitarists at the college entry level

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

- Adapting Traditional Kentucky Thumbpicking Repertoire for the Classical Guitar

- The relevance of the teaching methods of Dionisio Aguado, Fernando Sor and Andres Segovia for guitara technique in the late 20th century

- Biomechanical modelling of musical performance : a case study of the guitar

- Classical Guitar Method Volume I (Beginner)

- Guitar Performance in the Nineteenth Centuries and Twentieth Centuries

- Paradigm for effective pre-college classical guitar methodology: a case study of two models of effective instruction

- Music Theory For Flamenco

- Toque Flamenco: The Flamenco Guitar

- The Flamenco Guitar lessons

- The How and the Tao of Folk Guitar: Volume One

- 19th Century North American Guitar Music

- Rischel & Birket-Smith´s Collection of guitar music • The hypertext catalog of facsimile sources

- The guitarist´s studio: Performance practique

- New guitar method (1903)

- New melodic school for the guitar. A complete progressive method of systematic instruction in all branches of guitar playing (1901)

- The Case of the Purloined Letter Tablature: The Seventeenth-Century Guitar Books of Foriano Pico and Pietro Millioni

- Learn to play the guitar: A prosthetic´s viewpoint

- Howe´s instructor for the guitar ( Boston 1851)

- Learning every note on the guitar

- Attitudes and perspectives of pre-college guitar students

- A Two-Year Classical Guitar Ensemble for Pre-College Educational Settings

- Guckert’s complete rapid diagram chord book for the guitar : without notes or teacher

- Classical guitar instruction for the pre-college clasroom

- 19th-Century Guitar Methods Anyone?

- The “El estudio de arte guitarristico” of manuel López Ramos

- Give your guitar a rest – a player’s guide to keeping both feet on the ground

- The Teaching of the Guitar in England during the 19th Century

- A new guitar teaching philosophy

- The Significance of Justin Holland’s Modern Method for the Guitar