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The complete idiot's guide to playing the guitar, by Frederick Noad

Label
The complete idiot's guide to playing the guitar
Title
The complete idiot's guide to playing the guitar
Statement of responsibility
by Frederick Noad
Title variation
  • Complete idiot's guide
  • Playing the guitar
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Explains how to select a guitar, understand chords and melodies, how to read notes, explore different musical styles, and details how guitar music is written
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
787.87/193
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • MT588
  • Q786.9 M
LC item number
.N585 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • filmographies
Label
The complete idiot's guide to playing the guitar, by Frederick Noad
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0716/98041184-d.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-246) , videography (p. 246-247) , and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preparing to Play -- The Guitar: A Noteworthy History -- The Ancient Roots of the Guitar -- Early Guitar Masters -- The Guitar in America -- The Folk Revival -- The Least You Need to Know -- What Is a Guitar? -- The Parts of the Guitar -- Guitar Styles -- More Guitar Talk -- Selecting a Guitar -- Guitar Variants -- The Least You Need to Know -- Buying a Guitar -- Before Shopping -- How Much to Spend -- Acoustic vs. Electric -- New vs. Used -- Shopping Tips -- Sound Advice -- Fitting an Instrument to You -- Common Guitar Brands -- Japanese/Asian Makers -- American Makers -- Spanish Makers -- What Will a Dealer Do for You? -- Mail Order -- Accessories -- The Least You Need to Know -- Strings and Things -- About the Fingers -- The Playing Action -- Strings -- Changing Strings -- Choosing Strings -- Raising the Dead -- String Brands -- Tuning -- Tuning to the Piano -- Relative Tuning -- Electronic Tuning -- String Stretch -- The Least You Need to Know -- Beginning to Play -- Playing Position -- Sitting Correctly -- The Left Hand -- Chords -- Changing Chords -- Why These Chords? -- Minor Chords -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Right Hand -- Right-Hand Playing Position -- Preparing the Nails -- Right-Hand Chord Technique -- Rhythmic Variety -- Further Practice -- Quick Review -- The Least You Need to Know -- Advanced Right Hand Techniques -- The Rest Stroke -- Alternation -- Practical Work -- The Free Stroke -- Arpeggios -- The Least You Need to Know -- Tunes and Tablature -- How Guitar Music Is Written -- Guitar Tablature -- Rhythm and Counting -- Time Signatures -- How to Count Time -- Ties, Rests, and Damping -- Some Familiar Tunes -- "Au Clair de la Lune" -- "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes" -- The Eighth Note -- Nursery Rhyme -- Counting Beats with Fractions -- "The Ash Grove" -- More about Dotted Notes -- "Greensleeves" -- "Muss I Denn" -- Irish Air: "Endearing Young Charms" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Varied Accompaniments -- Playing Chords and Arpeggios in Tablature -- "Down in the Valley" (Folk Song from Kentucky) -- "The Riddle Song" -- "The Streets of Laredo" (Traditional Cowboy Song) -- "Aura Lee" (George Poulton, Lyrics by W.W. Fosdick) -- Some New Chords -- The Half Bar -- "Waltzing Matilda" (A.B. "Banjo" Patterson) -- A First Solo -- "Andantino" (Ferdinando Carulli) -- The Least You Need to Know -- Rhythm Practice -- Advanced Counting -- Sixteenth Notes -- Smaller Note Values Do Not Always Equal Greater Speed -- Mixed Rhythms -- "William Tell" -- "Leaves So Green" -- "Humoresque" -- Triplets -- The Least You Need to Know -- Slur Techniques -- The Upward Slur (Hammer-On, Ascending Ligado) -- Upward Slur Exercise -- The Downward Slur (Pull-Off, Descending Ligado) -- Slurs on Inside Strings -- Downward Slur Exercise -- Practice for Upward and Downward Slurs -- Rhythm of Soleares -- Exercise for Left-Hand Solo -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Full Bar -- Playing a Full Bar -- Chord Sequences -- 12-bar Blues -- "Dream a Little Dream of Me" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Making Notes -- Why Learn Notation? -- The Music Staff -- Notes Above and Below the Staff -- Tones and Half Tones -- The Octave -- The Notes on the Staff -- The Notes on Each String -- Notes on the First String -- Notes on the Second String -- Notes on the Third String -- Notes on the Fourth String -- Notes on the Fifth String -- Notes on the Sixth String -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Scale -- Sharps and Flats -- Accidentals -- Tunes from Notation -- "Plaisir d'Amour" -- "Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Music in Multiple Voices -- Independent Voices -- "Andante" (Fernando Sor) -- Study Notes -- "Bouree" (J.S. Bach) -- Study Notes -- "Country Dance" (Frederick Noad) -- Study Notes -- The Least You Need to Know -- Regional Styles -- Elements of Travis Picking -- Syncopation -- "Careless Love" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Folk and Country -- Keeping It Steady -- Basic Chord Shapes -- Picking a Country Song -- Playing a Solo: "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Introducing Flamenco -- The Flamenco Forms -- Development of the Solo Art -- Technique -- Right-Hand Techniques -- The Flamenco Downstroke -- Damping -- Flamenco Damping -- The Upstroke -- The Rhythmic Tap (Golpe) -- The Rasgueo -- Downward Rasgueo -- Developing the Fingers -- Four-Finger Rasgueo -- Study Note -- Down and Up Rasgueo -- Rhythm of Soleares -- Study Notes, Soleares -- Farruca -- Study Notes, Farruca -- The Least You Need to Know -- Latin Rhythms -- Tango -- Rumba -- The Beguine -- The Bossa Nova -- Carnavalitos -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Blues -- Taking Measure of the 12-Bar Blues -- Seventh Chords -- Getting Down to the Blues -- The Least You Need to Know -- Rock and Roll -- The Boogie Bass -- A High-Note Solo -- The Least You Need to Know -- Taking Off -- Chord Formation -- Chord Families -- Related Chords -- The Relative Minor -- Other Useful Chords -- The Diminished Seventh -- Sixths, Ninths, and Major and Minor Sevenths -- Transposing with the Chord Clock -- The Least You Need to Know -- Moving up the Fingerboard -- The Positions of the Guitar -- Ways to Change Position -- The Guide Finger -- The Portamento -- The Slide (Arrastre) -- Notes of the Fifth Position -- Equivalent Notes -- Natural Harmonics -- Study in E minor (Francisco Tarrega) -- Study Notes -- Plegaria (Guillermo Gomez) -- Study Notes -- The Least You Need to Know -- Classical Virtuoso Secrets -- Tone Production -- Vibrato -- Tremolo -- Dividing your Practice Time -- Additional Study -- The Least You Need to Know -- Putting It All Together -- Study in B Minor (Fernando Sor) -- Study Note, Study in B Minor -- Romance Anonimo (Anonymous Romance) -- Study Notes, Romance Anonimo -- The Least You Need to Know -- Works by Frederick Noad -- Books -- General Instruction -- Chords and Theory -- Flamenco -- Rock and Blues -- Country, Folk, and Fingerpicking -- Jazz -- Videos -- Basic/Introductory Videos -- Rock -- Classical and Flamenco -- Blues -- Fingerstyle -- Flatpicking -- Guitar Gods -- Guitar Talk
Control code
1192172
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xvi, 266 pages
Isbn
9780028649245
Lccn
98041184
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm39678462
  • (OCoLC)39678462
Label
The complete idiot's guide to playing the guitar, by Frederick Noad
Link
http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0716/98041184-d.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-246) , videography (p. 246-247) , and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preparing to Play -- The Guitar: A Noteworthy History -- The Ancient Roots of the Guitar -- Early Guitar Masters -- The Guitar in America -- The Folk Revival -- The Least You Need to Know -- What Is a Guitar? -- The Parts of the Guitar -- Guitar Styles -- More Guitar Talk -- Selecting a Guitar -- Guitar Variants -- The Least You Need to Know -- Buying a Guitar -- Before Shopping -- How Much to Spend -- Acoustic vs. Electric -- New vs. Used -- Shopping Tips -- Sound Advice -- Fitting an Instrument to You -- Common Guitar Brands -- Japanese/Asian Makers -- American Makers -- Spanish Makers -- What Will a Dealer Do for You? -- Mail Order -- Accessories -- The Least You Need to Know -- Strings and Things -- About the Fingers -- The Playing Action -- Strings -- Changing Strings -- Choosing Strings -- Raising the Dead -- String Brands -- Tuning -- Tuning to the Piano -- Relative Tuning -- Electronic Tuning -- String Stretch -- The Least You Need to Know -- Beginning to Play -- Playing Position -- Sitting Correctly -- The Left Hand -- Chords -- Changing Chords -- Why These Chords? -- Minor Chords -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Right Hand -- Right-Hand Playing Position -- Preparing the Nails -- Right-Hand Chord Technique -- Rhythmic Variety -- Further Practice -- Quick Review -- The Least You Need to Know -- Advanced Right Hand Techniques -- The Rest Stroke -- Alternation -- Practical Work -- The Free Stroke -- Arpeggios -- The Least You Need to Know -- Tunes and Tablature -- How Guitar Music Is Written -- Guitar Tablature -- Rhythm and Counting -- Time Signatures -- How to Count Time -- Ties, Rests, and Damping -- Some Familiar Tunes -- "Au Clair de la Lune" -- "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes" -- The Eighth Note -- Nursery Rhyme -- Counting Beats with Fractions -- "The Ash Grove" -- More about Dotted Notes -- "Greensleeves" -- "Muss I Denn" -- Irish Air: "Endearing Young Charms" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Varied Accompaniments -- Playing Chords and Arpeggios in Tablature -- "Down in the Valley" (Folk Song from Kentucky) -- "The Riddle Song" -- "The Streets of Laredo" (Traditional Cowboy Song) -- "Aura Lee" (George Poulton, Lyrics by W.W. Fosdick) -- Some New Chords -- The Half Bar -- "Waltzing Matilda" (A.B. "Banjo" Patterson) -- A First Solo -- "Andantino" (Ferdinando Carulli) -- The Least You Need to Know -- Rhythm Practice -- Advanced Counting -- Sixteenth Notes -- Smaller Note Values Do Not Always Equal Greater Speed -- Mixed Rhythms -- "William Tell" -- "Leaves So Green" -- "Humoresque" -- Triplets -- The Least You Need to Know -- Slur Techniques -- The Upward Slur (Hammer-On, Ascending Ligado) -- Upward Slur Exercise -- The Downward Slur (Pull-Off, Descending Ligado) -- Slurs on Inside Strings -- Downward Slur Exercise -- Practice for Upward and Downward Slurs -- Rhythm of Soleares -- Exercise for Left-Hand Solo -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Full Bar -- Playing a Full Bar -- Chord Sequences -- 12-bar Blues -- "Dream a Little Dream of Me" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Making Notes -- Why Learn Notation? -- The Music Staff -- Notes Above and Below the Staff -- Tones and Half Tones -- The Octave -- The Notes on the Staff -- The Notes on Each String -- Notes on the First String -- Notes on the Second String -- Notes on the Third String -- Notes on the Fourth String -- Notes on the Fifth String -- Notes on the Sixth String -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Scale -- Sharps and Flats -- Accidentals -- Tunes from Notation -- "Plaisir d'Amour" -- "Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Music in Multiple Voices -- Independent Voices -- "Andante" (Fernando Sor) -- Study Notes -- "Bouree" (J.S. Bach) -- Study Notes -- "Country Dance" (Frederick Noad) -- Study Notes -- The Least You Need to Know -- Regional Styles -- Elements of Travis Picking -- Syncopation -- "Careless Love" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Folk and Country -- Keeping It Steady -- Basic Chord Shapes -- Picking a Country Song -- Playing a Solo: "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" -- The Least You Need to Know -- Introducing Flamenco -- The Flamenco Forms -- Development of the Solo Art -- Technique -- Right-Hand Techniques -- The Flamenco Downstroke -- Damping -- Flamenco Damping -- The Upstroke -- The Rhythmic Tap (Golpe) -- The Rasgueo -- Downward Rasgueo -- Developing the Fingers -- Four-Finger Rasgueo -- Study Note -- Down and Up Rasgueo -- Rhythm of Soleares -- Study Notes, Soleares -- Farruca -- Study Notes, Farruca -- The Least You Need to Know -- Latin Rhythms -- Tango -- Rumba -- The Beguine -- The Bossa Nova -- Carnavalitos -- The Least You Need to Know -- The Blues -- Taking Measure of the 12-Bar Blues -- Seventh Chords -- Getting Down to the Blues -- The Least You Need to Know -- Rock and Roll -- The Boogie Bass -- A High-Note Solo -- The Least You Need to Know -- Taking Off -- Chord Formation -- Chord Families -- Related Chords -- The Relative Minor -- Other Useful Chords -- The Diminished Seventh -- Sixths, Ninths, and Major and Minor Sevenths -- Transposing with the Chord Clock -- The Least You Need to Know -- Moving up the Fingerboard -- The Positions of the Guitar -- Ways to Change Position -- The Guide Finger -- The Portamento -- The Slide (Arrastre) -- Notes of the Fifth Position -- Equivalent Notes -- Natural Harmonics -- Study in E minor (Francisco Tarrega) -- Study Notes -- Plegaria (Guillermo Gomez) -- Study Notes -- The Least You Need to Know -- Classical Virtuoso Secrets -- Tone Production -- Vibrato -- Tremolo -- Dividing your Practice Time -- Additional Study -- The Least You Need to Know -- Putting It All Together -- Study in B Minor (Fernando Sor) -- Study Note, Study in B Minor -- Romance Anonimo (Anonymous Romance) -- Study Notes, Romance Anonimo -- The Least You Need to Know -- Works by Frederick Noad -- Books -- General Instruction -- Chords and Theory -- Flamenco -- Rock and Blues -- Country, Folk, and Fingerpicking -- Jazz -- Videos -- Basic/Introductory Videos -- Rock -- Classical and Flamenco -- Blues -- Fingerstyle -- Flatpicking -- Guitar Gods -- Guitar Talk
Control code
1192172
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xvi, 266 pages
Isbn
9780028649245
Lccn
98041184
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm39678462
  • (OCoLC)39678462

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